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Part I is all about Ethan and Cassie and getting a glimpse into their relationship dynamic. Even though I knew how their story ultimately ended, it made me giddy to see how much Ethan endured just to make Cassie happy. I must say that Have Yourself a Sexy Little Christmas brought the characters further to life for me, especially with their playful banter. Getting that inside look of the Christmas before they got married reminded me why they are two of my favorite literary characters.
I really loved that Christmas took on a whole new look for the second novella in the anthology, The Naughty List. Elissa and Holt’s short story was ridiculously hot and fun in an entirely different way from Ethan and Cassie’s. Rayven did an amazing job at staying true to her characters and making them shine in their own way. Furthermore, I liked that it was relatively drama free, but not without something driving their storyline forward. Not to mention that ending…gah! Such perfection!
Finally, Happy, Horny New Year centered around Josh and Angel, and given how vastly different Josh is from the rest of the crew, it really took on a life of its own. I appreciated seeing Josh’s insecurities, yet seeing what Angel saw before he could. This New Year’s Eve novella was sexy, adorable, and certainly had me laughing out loud at times. My only complaint is that now I want more from this couple!
Overall, Bad Romeo Christmas was the perfect read to get me in the mood for some holiday spirit. There was everything I could want from these characters that I have come to love. The Anthology had steam and humor; it contained a little bit of angst and drama, but with the perfect ending to each couple’s novella. Leisa Rayven has granted the wishes of so many of her readers with this release, and I promise you that she most certainly delivers.
Have Yourself a Sexy Little Christmas.
Sexy times a plenty for newly engaged Ethan and Cassie! This was hilarious! So sexy and full of hilarious banter with just a pinch of drama for flair. The past meets the present in part one of this Christmas novella.
The Naughty List.
Good lord above! Oh the things I'd do to get on Liam's naughty list *wink* Part two had all the swizzle and swoon with a side of suspense that would make anyone chew off their nails. BUT when you're in love with a sexy beast of a man like Liam, you can brush all the worry aside.
Happy Horny New Year.
Happy Horny New Year indeed!!! Loveeeed part three! It's full of swoon, innuendo and lessons learned as this gang meets up at a New Year's Eve party; a reunion of sorts. SQUEEEEEE!! I fell hard for Josh! Now I'll be dreaming and wishing that he gets his own full length novel.
I didn't realize how much I missed this crew and their swoony, croony banter and antics until I dove into Bad Romeo Christmas. The perfect addition to the Starcrossed series. Leisa Rayven strikes yet again with another 5 Stars read!
Revisiting my favorite characters as they live out their HEA with family, friend and even a few foes was just what I needed this holiday season. I loved each and every story but I do have to admit that Josh's story was my favorite. Getting some time in his mind was priceless and I'll never be able to forget the dance-off to end all dance-offs.
Now I just have to live with the idea that this could be the last I hear of these characters, except of course when I reread the series again and again because that's inevitable.