Review: Four For Christmas (Three for Me #2) by R.G. Alexander

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Review: Four For Christmas (Three for Me #2) by R.G. Alexander three-stars
Four For Christmas by R.G. Alexander
Series: Three for Me #2
Published by Self-Published on December 17, 2011
Pages: 164
Format: eBook
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Dreaming of a White Christmas led her straight into their arms...

In this holiday spin off of the bestselling novella Three For Me?, saving a man in a snowstorm leads Georgia Bale to an isolated cabin, where three men have an important promise to keep. A promise Georgia soon becomes caught up in herself.

She just wanted to survive Christmas, and her bad holiday karma. She had no idea that accepting a friend's invitation to Colorado would lead her to her perfect man. Times three.

What does an eccentric writer do when a compassionate doctor, a dominant police officer, and a handsome adrenaline junkie only have eyes for her?

Use her imagination.

But when the storm clears, she'll have to decide which path to take. The way back home, or the road less traveled.

Warning: A bit of heart tugging, excessive use of imagination, role playing (the dirty kind), foursomes, magic, a guardian angel or two... and the kinky use of holiday themed beverages.

I received my free copy of Four For Christmas from Amazon on 17-Dec-2012. This means that at 3 years and 7 months that Four For Christmas qualifies for both my Kindle Freebie Freakout! Challenge and my 2016 Mt. TBR Struggle is Real Challenge! WOOT!

SO. Four For Christmas happened and it was enjoyable for the most part.

While the romance didn’t hit me very hard, I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED the sections with Nicholas’s letters to his brothers. I even loved the connection that Nicholas had with Grandpa Bale. Normally, something like that would have me rolling my eyes…but this is a Christmas story (yeah, yeah. I know it’s summer right now) and miracles like that can happen at Christmas.

I didn’t really care for the way the guys and Georgia got into a menage relationship. It was such a quick jump from being single to dating three men at the same time. What made it even less believable was that the brothers had no previous conversation about sharing a woman. That I know of. So it felt as if this rather complicated – menage is complicated IMO – relationship just started with little to no discussion. But it was still a fun read.

All in all, a cute menage Christmas novella. I haven’t decided if I will try any of the other stories in this series.

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