Review: Snow and Mistletoe by Alexa Riley

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Review: Snow and Mistletoe by Alexa Riley two-half-stars
Snow and Mistletoe by Alexa Riley
Published by Alexa Riley on December 10th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 63
Format: eBook
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Noelle's voice has captivated Alex, and she's become his greatest obsession. Since he hired her to read audiobooks, listening to her is the only thing that makes his lonely world bearable. Thank God she's never seen him. His scars would only scare her away.

Alex has starred in every fantasy Noelle's had since she first heard his voice over the phone, and reading erotica samples to him only fuels her desire. Listening to him on the other end of the phone is the best part of her day, and she's willing to do anything to please him.

On Christmas Eve a storm comes through, sending Noelle in search of her reclusive boss. Once she's at his cabin with no place to go, there's only one way to keep warm.

Warning: This is the sweetest, cheesiest, most Christmassy book ever! It's filled with late-night confessions, dirty deeds, and a lifetime of love. If you love this time of year, I've got some cheer for you!

Snow and Mistletoe is a bonus book received with purchase of PS… You’re Mine.

Snow and Mistletoe…reminded me a bit of some Harlequin Romances I’ve read in the past…and a lot of Owning the Beast by Ms Riley. I enjoyed Snow and Mistletoe for what it was but it was extra implausible following so close on the heels of PS… You’re Mine.

The hero in Snow and Mistletoe, Alex, produces audio books and the heroine, Noelle, is one of his narrators. Once Alex hears Noelle’s voice, he falls in love with her. He then proceeds to pay her to make audio after audio after audio…just to listen to her voice as he spanks it. Creepy and cute at the same time.

Of course, the rest is expected: they fall in love and live happily ever after. The end.

Meh.

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