Series: Reindeer Falls
Published by Rutherford Press on 11/7/19
Genres: Holiday Romance
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Also in this series: If You Give A Jerk A Gingerbread
Please bring me a new boss for Christmas. Mine is the worst. The worst, hidden in a six foot tall package of male perfection. It’d be easier if he looked like an old Scrooge, wouldn’t it?
Nick Saint-Croix doesn’t look like an old scrooge. He’s hot as-
Um, never mind. Just bring me a new boss. Please.
The Boss Who Stole Christmas (Reindeer Falls #1)
Release Date: November 7th
The Boss Who Stole Christmas by Jana Aston, the first of her three Christmas novellas in the Reindeer Falls series, is the perfect holiday treat! This story was naughty and nice and everything in between and I loved it!
Holly Winter has lived in Reindeer Fall her entire life and has no plans to leave. She loves working at local toy company and celebrates everything Christmas related. Then her boss retires and his nephew takes over. His very sexy nephew with the permanent scowl. There is no way she is attracted to him in any way. Nope. None. But when they head on a business trip to the most Christmas place on earth, will they see each other in a different light?
I love anything Jana writes. This woman does romcom likes nobodies business and she just keeps getting better and better. Holly and Nick had me laughing, swooning and fanning myself. Holly is fun, quirky and sweet. Though Nick is all business at work, what is hiding under all that perfection? He may just surprise Holly! This story was sweet, charming and steamy and just what Santa ordered! A must-read for sure!
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“What on earth are you doing?”
I’ve got an assortment of cardboard pieces, tape, glue, markers, pictures cut from magazines along with a pile of individually wrapped chocolates spread across the table. “Remaking my Advent calendar because Nick is stealing an entire week of Christmas from me.”
“You get that Christmas is just the one day, right?” Noel asks.
“I’m gonna tell Mom you said that. Someone’s getting coal in her stocking this year,” I tease while tossing an empty candy wrapper at her head.
“Anyway,” Noel says slowly, staring at my calendar as if I’m unhinged. “Are you coming down with the flu? Running a fever?” Noel is the oldest. She’s not real impressed with baking or homemade craft projects.
“I wish, then I wouldn’t have to go on this trip with Nick,” I grumble as Noel continues to stare at the mess on the table while Ginger has a conversation with herself about the temperature of butter. “It’s a custom Advent calendar,” I explain. “For every day in December that I have to see Nick I get a treat.”
“Uh-huh,” Noel murmurs, her face unimpressed.
“As you can see” – I gesture toward my hodgepodge of a calendar – “doors nine through thirteen don’t exist because I was supposed to have a glorious Nick-free week, but now that I’m stuck going to Germany with him I’ve got to add those dates back to the calendar.” This Nick reward system is really nice. I’d consider expanding it to the rest of the year but I don’t think eating a chocolate for every day he annoys me would be good for my waistline.
“I think you should just sleep with him and get it over with,” Ginger announces from her place at the kitchen counter. I turn red and Noel smirks.
“You’re my new favorite sister,” Noel tells Ginger grinning from ear to ear.
“Hey!” I hate it when they gang up on me, which they always do. I’m the middle sister, it comes with the territory.
“Let’s fill doors nine through thirteen with condoms,” Noel suggests.
“Yeah! Get a room with your hot boss already.”
“It’s not like that!” I protest. “It’s strictly professional. I don’t like him. he doesn’t like me. There’s no liking!”