Review: Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust by Lily Harlem

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Review: Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust by Lily Harlem

Bridget's always been a good girl hoping for the perfect Christmas present, but it's not until her dirty desires are exposed in a very public dream that she gets the ultimate dirty treat to rock her festive season.

A Finnish skiing holiday is the perfect winter wonderland for Bridget to escape her ex at Christmas time - beautifully decked trees, roaring log fires and plenty of mulled wine. What she doesn't count on, however, is a very erotic, very dirty dream on the plane from London to Levi - three perfect lovers all indulging her every whim and desire, how could she not moan and groan and beg for more?

But every dream must end, and as Bridget wakes, with toe curling embarrassment, she realises every passenger on the plane has heard her frantic orgasm...including the gorgeous Irish guy sitting to her left!

Title: Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Author: Lily Harlem
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Good Cop Bad Cop
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Author
Published: December 7, 2009
Genres: Erotic Romance
Pages: 36
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames
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Bridget wakes up on the airplane after having a rather loud, rather embarrassing orgasm. Little does she know, this is only her first adventure on her Christmas holiday. Soon she runs into James, Sean and Colin who make it their mission to give Bridget exactly what she wants for Christmas.

This was the perfect book to curl up with in front of a fireplace. It was such a steamy, eye popping read. It was so surprisingly easy to connect with Bridget as a character that I found myself cheering her on. Encouraging her to take the leaps and meet the challenges. Ms Harlem weaved a fantastic web of fantasies, reality and self discovery.

Her ability to describe the characters and their surroundings made it amazingly easy to follow the scene without any confusion. The ménage a quatro is normally awkward and difficult to imagine. This was not the case.

This was my first Lily Harlem and I look forward to future reads.

Reviewed by Angelique

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