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I told my daughter about it and she swiped my kindle to read it when I wasn't looking before I could get to the end. Needless to say I was NOT pleased. When I (finally) got there, I was very satisfied by the resolution and I was glad it didn't end in a cliffhanger. Personally, I am sick of waiting years for sequels.
My daughter and I both loved David. The romance between him and Rosalie was very sweet, and it was something I felt comfortable about her reading... As a customer of Wild Rose Press, that is sometimes a rarity in my library, if you know what I mean. My favorite part of the book was probably how Stephanie's story ends. I was expecting something terrible to happen to her since she was a villain throughout the book. Without spoiling, let's just say it was very touching.
If I had any criticism, it would be that I wish I knew more about the secret world of living mythical figures (like Santa and Odin) featured in this book. I was curious about other what this organization would be like in countries besides the States. There were also one or two kindle formatting errors, but it was not enough to take me out of the story.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by this cute story and will keep an eye on this new author.
The Naughty List by L.A. Kelley is a cute, rollicking Christmas story that will get you into the holiday mood.
Rosalie Thatcher is a loyal employee of Penrose’s Department Store, but things are going from bad to worse at work. A new manager imposes silly rules, fires employees, and makes the others wear stupid elf hats. Rosalie’s boyfriend left her months ago and she’s a tad lonely. Even though Christmas is her favorite time, this holiday is turning into a bummer. Enter David, an E.L.F. (Elemental Life Form), who comes into Penrose’s looking for The Book, which contains Santa’s Naughty and Nice List. Seems The Book was stolen and it’s David’s job to find it.
Merriment ensues as Rosalie attempts to help David find The Book. We meet a cast of quirky characters out of mythology, some humorous, some scary, all fun.
I connected with Rosalie from the beginning because she’s feisty with a good sense of humor and a good heart. David wasn’t as strong a character at first, but he becomes stronger and more heroic as the story progresses. I liked him and Rosalie and found them to be an engaging couple, but I wasn’t sure what they looked like. There’s very little physical description of any of the characters.
The Naughty List is part romantic comedy, part paranormal romance, with a few wild fight scenes thrown in. The romance between Rosalie and David is very sweet and doesn’t progress beyond kisses. However, there is the promise of happily-ever-after, always a good thing.
Despite the hellhounds and assorted mythological creatures, it’s an uplifting story guaranteed to delight. Let your imagination take flight and enjoy the always entertaining The Naughty List.
The story was acquired during a free day on Amazon.