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Dylan the Bad Boy Reindeer & His Virtuous Mate (Willy the Kinky Elf & His Bad-Ass Reindeer Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Dylan's story is sad but then he meets Cole, his mate,at the previous years christmas party.
The mystery was interesting, although it's not meant to be a full-on mystery book, it's first and foremost a Christmas paranormal romance.
Dylan and Cole are good together. They pretty happily slip into their mate bond and Dylan's backstory adds depth to the overall tale. Dylan and Cole get their happy ending and I'm all for it - make love not war. While they'll add nicely to the ever developing family I've adopted in the North Pole, Willy, with Randy's help, steals the show and I wouldn't have it any other way. - Kazza, On Top Down Under Book Reviews
I'll cut to the chase. I love a bad boy. Dylan is a bad boy. He's hot, he drives a Harley, and he only cares about how many bucks he can have in one night. Then he meets Cole and only has eyes (and I'll just say it... his c*ck) for his new mate. Or should I say that elf Willy forces him to meet Cole. I like Cole but he's such a good guy. Not a bad thing but this girl loves her a bad boy.
Then there's the rest of the NP gang. What I really love about this series is how the author weaves past characters into each new book. Willy the elf. Need I say more? He's crazy. Crazy as all f*ck but I love him. There's a scene in the jewelry store with Willy that I read during a meeting. I still have a job after giggling out loud so that's something I suppose.
Seriously. Don't read that scene unless you're in a place where you can laugh out loud. I can't even type this without laughing. That elf is nuts. I work in sales. I want to hire the little f*cker. I'd be set and never have to do another day of work.
Mrs Claus takes evil to a new level in this book. I don't know how she can come back from what was revealed here. It was nice to see Santa finally grow a pair with her. I'm curious to see what happens with him in upcoming books. I don't care about her. I used to love to hate her. Now I just hate her.
Dylan has to find out what happened to his mother before he can give his all to his new mate. All our fave players from past books are right there to help him, including Blake Simpson who Dylan knew from his using days and hated.
I admit to being surprised over how things came together. Not at all what I was expecting.I'm still having fun with this series when i'm normally bored to tears by book three of a series. I want more. And Willy? I wanna see his butt too. Honey, there ain't nothin' wrong with wanting to look at nice things. :) - Author Kelsy Kasey
- ASIN : B07HYGSQTX
- Publication date : November 1, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 741 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 165 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,872,686 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I've enjoyed this series since its inception. It's one of the very few Christmassy reads I do. I'm not a happy holidays kind of reader so this appeals. It's crazy and corny and cheeky and silly and I'm hooked. I look forward to Willy and his bad-ass reindeer, Randy, every year. I'm so glad they're integral to each series book.
In this instalment -
Dylan meets his man, or is that reindeer?
Mistletoe Hill gets some page time.
Santa's being unusually kind, do we trust him or not?
Mrs Claus is cattier than ever before - that's saying something because she really is a piece or work.
Willy is his usual goofy, pervy self, and always the matchmaker.
The gang's pretty much all here, helping Dylan and Cole.
A rift is mended.
I really enjoy that this truly is one big family of friends as well as some caring biological family members.