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A feast she wasn't expecting! Clover Greene would sooner crawl into her oven than host family for Thanksgiving dinner. Yet another annual ritual of too much food, served with a side of criticism over "Clover's Bad Life Choices." This year, she needs to distract them all—with a handsome fake boyfriend. And she has the perfect guy in mind. Contractor Erick Fields is the post A feast she wasn't expecting! Clover Greene would sooner crawl into her oven than host family for Thanksgiving dinner. Yet another annual ritual of too much food, served with a side of criticism over "Clover's Bad Life Choices." This year, she needs to distract them all—with a handsome fake boyfriend. And she has the perfect guy in mind. Contractor Erick Fields is the poster boy for sexy single dads, and Clover has been secretly crushing on him for ages. She certainly wasn't expecting Erick to agree to her insane charade…or to add lots of hot, wicked sex to the deal. If they can pull it off, the worst Thanksgiving ever might give them something to be really thankful for!


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A feast she wasn't expecting! Clover Greene would sooner crawl into her oven than host family for Thanksgiving dinner. Yet another annual ritual of too much food, served with a side of criticism over "Clover's Bad Life Choices." This year, she needs to distract them all—with a handsome fake boyfriend. And she has the perfect guy in mind. Contractor Erick Fields is the post A feast she wasn't expecting! Clover Greene would sooner crawl into her oven than host family for Thanksgiving dinner. Yet another annual ritual of too much food, served with a side of criticism over "Clover's Bad Life Choices." This year, she needs to distract them all—with a handsome fake boyfriend. And she has the perfect guy in mind. Contractor Erick Fields is the poster boy for sexy single dads, and Clover has been secretly crushing on him for ages. She certainly wasn't expecting Erick to agree to her insane charade…or to add lots of hot, wicked sex to the deal. If they can pull it off, the worst Thanksgiving ever might give them something to be really thankful for!

30 review for Her Naughty Holiday

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carol [Goodreads Addict]

    Her Naughty Holiday is book two in the Men At Work series by Tiffany Reisz. Where I loved the first book in this series, I have to say that I adored this one. It was sexy as heck but it was also sweet and funny and just amazing. I could not put it down. Clover Greene is thirty years old, lives in Oregon and owns her own very successful business. Her assistant is seventeen year old Ruthie Fields who pretty much stole the show in this book. With all that Clover had accomplished you would think her Her Naughty Holiday is book two in the Men At Work series by Tiffany Reisz. Where I loved the first book in this series, I have to say that I adored this one. It was sexy as heck but it was also sweet and funny and just amazing. I could not put it down. Clover Greene is thirty years old, lives in Oregon and owns her own very successful business. Her assistant is seventeen year old Ruthie Fields who pretty much stole the show in this book. With all that Clover had accomplished you would think her family would be so proud of her. But all they saw and never failed to remind her of is that she was still single, childless, had dropped out of college, and countless other short comings. So needless to say, Clover was very distressed to learn that she was to host Thanksgiving this year. Clover had a long running crush on Ruthie’s father, the oh so sexy contractor, Erick Fields. But her boss/friend relationship with Ruthie kept her from acting on it. Ruthie is going to spend Thanksgiving with her mother this year. With Ruthie gone, Clover hatches a plan with Erick that he pose as her fake boyfriend for Thanksgiving so her family will leave her alone. Erick has also had a crush on his daughter’s boss for over a year now. But since she was his daughter’s boss, he never felt comfortable acting on it. With Ruthie gone for a week, he and Clover start to flirt a little bit. So when Clover comes up with the idea of him posing as her fake boyfriend, he’s all in. Except that he wants to ‘practice’ being her boyfriend for the days before her family arrives. Erick and Clover were fantastic together. First, the hotness factor was through the roof. Their sexy times were off the charts! But what made their chemistry so hot was how they were with each other. They made each other laugh, and they talked constantly. I don’t think I have ever read about a couple that talked so much. They talked before sex, during sex, after sex. Their banter was so cute. Erick was able to give Clover the support and self confidence she lacked from her own family. He made her feel beautiful and sexy and wanted. It doesn’t take long for fake to turn real. But can it last after Thanksgiving is over? What will happen when Ruthie comes back? And the biggest question of all, what will happen when Erick meets her family? “He was the most erotic, sexy, sensual, dirty-mouthed man she’d ever known.” I was looking for sexy romances to fit the season and I have to tell you that this book is perfect. You just can’t help but to love Erick and Clover and most of all, Ruthie. If you enjoy steamy, fun romance, then this book is for you. I am so glad I found this series and can’t wait to read the final book in the Men At Work trilogy, One Hot December.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    This book actually started off okay and the characters seemed likable, but once the fake boyfriend scenario started, this book became an endless sexfest. It was bogged down with one sex scene after another and when it wasn't that, it was sex talk. I got tired of "hero" Erick's dirty talk really fast and I didn't find him sexy at all. I also didn't like how he was always bringing up everywhere he had sex before to "heroine" Clover. Talk about a total turn-off. Clover was a 30-year-old virgin who This book actually started off okay and the characters seemed likable, but once the fake boyfriend scenario started, this book became an endless sexfest. It was bogged down with one sex scene after another and when it wasn't that, it was sex talk. I got tired of "hero" Erick's dirty talk really fast and I didn't find him sexy at all. I also didn't like how he was always bringing up everywhere he had sex before to "heroine" Clover. Talk about a total turn-off. Clover was a 30-year-old virgin who had sex for the first time with Erick. After that she was suddenly a nymphomaniac. She started off as independent and smart running her own business, but after she had sex with Erick she came off as empty-headed and wimpy. I didn't like Erick and Clover at all and they irritated the hell out of me. The only part of the story that was bearable was the too-short section where Clover's horrible family came over for Thanksgiving, but by then it was way too late to save this book for me. I know that Blaze books are supposed to be sexy and steamy, but they are also romance novels, and there was no romance here at all...just sex.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    This gave me slight Hating Game vibes except with a hot dad as the love interest and I AM ABOUT IT

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wendy'sThoughts

    3.5 Snarky, Sarcastic, Very Smexy, Truth Seeking Stars * * * 1/2 Sometimes while reading, I can imagine the author having an ulterior motive for writing the book I am reading. The idea isn't really that far fetched because when putting together these books we read, the muse or creative notion has to spring from somewhere, right...And in this 2nd entry of Tiffany Reisz's Men at Work series, she tackled a topic which has been front and center for women forever...How families regard and discount an u 3.5 Snarky, Sarcastic, Very Smexy, Truth Seeking Stars * * * 1/2 Sometimes while reading, I can imagine the author having an ulterior motive for writing the book I am reading. The idea isn't really that far fetched because when putting together these books we read, the muse or creative notion has to spring from somewhere, right...And in this 2nd entry of Tiffany Reisz's Men at Work series, she tackled a topic which has been front and center for women forever...How families regard and discount an unmarried woman's life choices and success. Leave it to Ms. Reisz to put all of this into a Toosie Pop style of sexy, snarky banter and adult coupling. She took the attraction of a pure romantic, fun read and gave it an incredible chewy center to think about for a long time after consuming. The story uses the idea of a "pretend boyfriend" to get the family off our gal's back during a forced Thanksgiving at her home instead of the usual ones at theirs. We learn how she has "that" family... the type that never thinks what she is doing is enough or equal to what the other kids in the family do... mainly because she isn't either a wife and mother or an academic like the parents...Those are the only things her family thinks makes a successful woman..... Right... Clover Greene is hugely successful. She grew up in this "loving" family of brothers and sisters which over the years morphed into a constant stream of Passive Aggressive BS every time she received a family email or saw them. She would receive these emails from her sister which would say to her how lucky she was she dealt in plants and not raising children because no one cares if a plant dies...Or asking how much fun she much be having doing her business... as it seems like such a kick and easy thing to do...Or from her parents discounting she was a major employer of a community with two locations because it wasn't science... it was Retail, after all.... And the joke was Clover loved her family. She even understood they had no idea how cutting all of their comments were... clueless. So she would be the terrific Aunt, loving up the nieces and nephews and hoping each holiday to get out unscathed. Which brings us to Clover in her nursery having this conversation with Ruthie, the teenager she took a chance on by hiring. Ruthie's dad came to Clover because his daughter was convicted of eco-terrorism. She and others as a protest burned a barn being built by an abuser of the environment. She needed to pay her fine and no one would hire her. Clover agreed to an interview and after talking with Ruthie, she took her on. This was the best thing that had happened for both Ruthie and Clover. Ruthie learned from Clover there were a couple of ways to go in life...the Negative or Positive...and Ruthie changed course. They became more then employer and employee. They became friends. Over these last months, Ruthie has seen how her dad looks at Clover...and it hasn't hurt that Clover sneaks peaks at him, too. As these two talk about what needs to be done about the dreaded family coming, Ruthie says Clover should hire a guy to be her pretend boyfriend. Ruthie casually suggests her dad. Clover laughs and Ruthie knows the seed has been planted. Her dad will be coming to take her to the airport. Ruthie is going to Los Angeles to see her mom for the holiday. Both of these two grow-ups will be on their own for a week... Maybe Clover will take Ruthie's suggestion. This tale had a certain flair....Ruthie's character gave the driving rhythm or tone of how the communication happened from the beginning. There was a snark, fast comeback -not mean or cutting...smart and teenage confident. Clover's relationship with this 17 year old going on 45 was the groundwork for all of it. It foretold the way the entire story was structured.... lots of quick comebacks, lots of dialogue. The relationship the father had with his daughter was very special. Erick was a single dad who raised her mainly by himself since he was 20. He was talented in handling construction and specialized in Cedar. Over the years his business developed and it gave him the flexibility to be there for Ruthie. Erick had this ability to talk with her, accept her, listen to her but not indulge her. Ruthie was extremely bright and with that comes all the push back teenagers give parents. These two had mutual respect and love. They also did this snark and banter as a way of talking. It became the way all of the dialogue was done with Clover and Erick. Much of it was funny, sweet and sexy...yet sometimes it was a lot. It was Erick's personality and we loved him...but it also took some getting use to. What didn't need getting use to was how fantastic he was...I was in his corner from the start. Clover's character was a woman who knew how to run her business and be a wonderful friend, hard worker and overall gem of a person. Her issue was she hated confrontation with her family of any kind. For years they treated her horribly and because she had tried to tell them to stop their behavior kindly... they ignored her words. Frustration led to just letting it go. They were family after all. She also had no luck with men causing a huge vacuum in that department. She devoted all of her passion to growing her business working 12 hour a day 7 days a week . She loved what she did but it also left her alone at night. When Clover and Erick embark on this "pretend boyfriend" deal...all things are approached and when I say all things...I am telling you, Clover experiences everything she miss out on over the years. The agreement may have started a bit awkwardly but once these two kiss.....We are set to have a grand ole time with them. Erick is the best in how he thinks about Clover. He takes everything into consideration...and is truly smitten with her...has been since the first time he met her about Ruthie. These fit perfectly and before the main event of Thanksgiving, you know they will be going strong after the week. This gives all the smexy goodness Reisz is known for plus a huge Thanksgiving Gift of a woman coming into her own. This reminded me of those Russian Dolls where you take them apart until you got to the very essence and core. Just like that Toosie Pop...it has a surprising yummy goodness. One Hot December (Men at Work #3) will be the last of the series coming in November. Her Halloween Treat (Men at Work, #1) https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... A gifted copy was provided by Harlequin (US & Canada) via NetGalley for an honest review. For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Re-read: November 2017 It's almost Thanksgiving so you know what that means... a re-read of Tiffany Reisz's Thanksgiving-themed sexiness: Her Naughty Holiday. I'm ready for turkey and all the fixin's now. And by fixin's I mean... Yeah. Original Review: October 2016 Her Naughty Holiday is the second installment in Tiffany Reisz’s adult romance series titled Men at Work. Like with the first book, this story is very contemporary and does not push the envelope in ways that Ms. Reisz's fans are accustom Re-read: November 2017 It's almost Thanksgiving so you know what that means... a re-read of Tiffany Reisz's Thanksgiving-themed sexiness: Her Naughty Holiday. I'm ready for turkey and all the fixin's now. And by fixin's I mean... Yeah. Original Review: October 2016 Her Naughty Holiday is the second installment in Tiffany Reisz’s adult romance series titled Men at Work. Like with the first book, this story is very contemporary and does not push the envelope in ways that Ms. Reisz's fans are accustomed to. But that's OK. Ms. Reisz is showing her readers that Plain-Jane can be sexy as hell. Her Naughty Holiday is a pretend-to-be-my-boyfriend plot which is one of my favorites in the romance genre. One way Ms. Reisz put her spin on this familiar theme was by creating characters who care so much about the credibility of their fake relationship - they want to ensure it is so believable that they have to work on their chemistry right away. And by chemistry, I mean... Yeah. Overall, I found this book likable and fun. The fact that the heroine was a (view spoiler)[30-year-old virgin and she didn't tell her pretend boyfriend until after their first time in the sack (hide spoiler)] and the fact that they had to have lots of sex in order to pull off a fake relationship in the first place was a bit of odd cheese I could have done without. But I enjoyed how the family dynamics written into this story influenced the characters in both good ways and bad. This element added a surprising complexity that I didn't expect. If you enjoy brief contemporary romances that are heavy on the adult component, then check out this series. My favorite quote: "Your shampoo smells good," he said. "Lemons?" "That's not my hair, that's my office," she said pointing up at the tree. "But you smell good." "That's hard to believe." "You smell like sweat and cedar, it's nice." "We're like a couple of dogs sniffing each other," he said. "If this continues, my nose is going to end up in your crotch." Tiffany Reisz’s holiday-themed Men at Work series includes the following installments as of October 2016: #1-Her Halloween Treat (September 2016) #2-Her Naughty Holiday (October 2016) #3-One Hot December (November 2016)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ⓐlleskelle - teamSøren♗ ⊲I like big b00ks⊳

    LOVED IT. Pure sexy romance bliss. (review to come) Arc received in exchange for review. More reviews and book talk at : You can find me here too ☞ LOVED IT. Pure sexy romance bliss. (review to come) Arc received in exchange for review. More reviews and book talk at : You can find me here too ☞

  7. 5 out of 5

    Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️

    Quick, sexy, sassy......this story didn't waste anytime getting to the action. I enjoyed this read but I felt like I was running a race. Everything seemed to be on fast forward. Not sure that makes sense but it just felt that way. These are older characters. Clover is 30 yrs old and never been married and a workaholic. Erick is a 38 yr old single dad who has a seventeen year old daughter, Ruthie, that seems like she was 30, who works for Clover. Ruthie sets up Clover and Erick for Thanksgiving an Quick, sexy, sassy......this story didn't waste anytime getting to the action. I enjoyed this read but I felt like I was running a race. Everything seemed to be on fast forward. Not sure that makes sense but it just felt that way. These are older characters. Clover is 30 yrs old and never been married and a workaholic. Erick is a 38 yr old single dad who has a seventeen year old daughter, Ruthie, that seems like she was 30, who works for Clover. Ruthie sets up Clover and Erick for Thanksgiving and we are off to the races. Harlequin novels are all about romance and love and happy endings and this story was exactly that with just a whole lot of sex too!!! Of course there is some major angst, her family is rude and condescending and it all comes to a head at a Thanksgiving. Clover and Erick have good banter but their relationship went from 0-90 in 5 seconds. While they have known each other and both have secretly crushed on one another, it just all felt too fast and rushed for me. I love Tiffany Reisz and her writing so I think this book is a "just me" issue!! I will say..... if you are one that likes a fast, quick action, sassy and sexy read, Her Naughty Holiday will fit the bill. Just because it wasn't for me doesn't mean it won't be a perfect sexy read for you!! *arc received by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

  8. 5 out of 5

    Elle

    3* the hottest single dad STARS! Another holiday series from Tiffany Reisz. I know I'm not a big fans of this Harlequin but, well it's Tiffany. I don't care. LOL! Surprisingly, this story was better than the previous. How do you feel when your family keep nagging about your 'happiness' with marriage and children? Yeah, the struggle is real. I know a few people who feel this way. What a nightmare! Clover Greene never expect to host Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family. The thing she hates when 3* the hottest single dad STARS! Another holiday series from Tiffany Reisz. I know I'm not a big fans of this Harlequin but, well it's Tiffany. I don't care. LOL! Surprisingly, this story was better than the previous. How do you feel when your family keep nagging about your 'happiness' with marriage and children? Yeah, the struggle is real. I know a few people who feel this way. What a nightmare! Clover Greene never expect to host Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family. The thing she hates when they couldn't stop asking about her life. Clover never think about hire a fake boyfriend when her teenage assistant suggested it. Erick Fields kinda volunteered to be her arm candy for Thanksgiving. For the sake of their plan, they need to lose the awkwardness especially when Erick is her assistant's father. “And if it’s just through Thanksgiving, no big deal, right? Fake boyfriend, not real boyfriend.” “I could make you a very good fake boyfriend. I can be fake nice, fake sweet, fake romantic. I can really fake it.” “I don’t know if you could fake anything. You seem very genuine to me,” she said. Clover was doing good but she didn't interest me. She's hard-working and independent but too mousy. She dedicated her life for the job. Boyfriend/husband isn't really in her mind. I know how hard it is since Clover has love-hate relationship with her family, but she didn't brave enough to stand up for herself. Erick really has positive vibe. Yeah, Clover's assistant, Ruthie is her daughter. He's so perfect to be a handsome single dad. I also enjoyed Erick's naughty side. Yum! “I have a very dirty mouth. You don’t know how dirty.” “Can I find out how dirty? Now you’ve got me curious.” “Okay, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.” The whole story was mundane and too dragging for my taste. Both Clover and Erick already attracted to each other. If it wasn't because Ruthie, none of them will be together until now. I enjoyed their bonding time at first, but it was became too repetitive with no sparks. After all, the Thanksgiving drama finally exploded. Clover's family was really rude and nasty for intellectual people. Yikes! So bitter! I must say, Erick is the best thing happened to Clover. Erick really did good job with Clover and building her confidence. He also romantic and good cook. Both he and Ruthie really has interesting personality especially with their banter. All thanks to Ruthie. Overall, it was a decent read with no flame.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Al George

    Yet another book that helped me through the stomach virus of Christmas 2017 Series: Um maybe? It's got a #2 by it, so I guess I need to chase down #1. Sexy times: Delicious. Funny. Really funny. Plan on reading more by the author: Guess I need to Synopsis Clover's family has decided to descend upon her haven for the holidays. Now for some, this would be a joy. For Clover, not so much. Her family screams passive aggressive and they all deserve a throat punch or seven! The only way she is going to s Yet another book that helped me through the stomach virus of Christmas 2017 Series: Um maybe? It's got a #2 by it, so I guess I need to chase down #1. Sexy times: Delicious. Funny. Really funny. Plan on reading more by the author: Guess I need to Synopsis Clover's family has decided to descend upon her haven for the holidays. Now for some, this would be a joy. For Clover, not so much. Her family screams passive aggressive and they all deserve a throat punch or seven! The only way she is going to shut them up is to have a man in her life. Her assistant convinces her to use Erick, said assistant's father, as that man. She has ulterior motives as she knows the two of them have been eye trucking each other for a year. So, she sets up the situation and cue the dad coming to the rescue. Erick agrees but determines he and Clover need to spend some sheet time getting used to each other if they plan on pulling this off. Thus begins a hysterical banter and dirty talk night of debauchery. So flipping well done and entertaining. These two together? Loved it. Erick and Clover take on the family and are winning in the process. Heroine: Clover. She's done it, she's proved she can run her own extremely successful business, she's nurturing, she's honest and she's just damn funny. Oh and when she powers up, look out people, she will kick your verbal ass. Hero: Erick. He's a standout. He's a beta alpha. Um, that's my kind of catnip right there. And he listens to Clover. When she says get out, he happily gets out. I just wanted to pack him in a doggy bag and take him home. Why it did or didn't work for me: This book was all about equity between the sexes. Respect for each other. Discovery and truth and goodness, it was so flipping fun. It won't knock your sox off, but you will enjoy it! Signed, I alternated between rofl and ralphing (see previous stomach virus issues)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Geri Reads

    Quick, dirty, and endearing. Tiffany Reisz can write anything. Her Naughty Holiday as well as the other books in the series is probably the most conventional romance that I've read from this author. It's so different from her other books and yet, the same. The same witty banter between the characters, the same depth and care given to their characterizations--it's all there. I had a lot of fun reading this book, and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series. ARC provided by the publis Quick, dirty, and endearing. Tiffany Reisz can write anything. Her Naughty Holiday as well as the other books in the series is probably the most conventional romance that I've read from this author. It's so different from her other books and yet, the same. The same witty banter between the characters, the same depth and care given to their characterizations--it's all there. I had a lot of fun reading this book, and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series. ARC provided by the publisher for review purposes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ♥Rachel♥

    Clover is dreading Thanksgiving where her family have inviting themselves to her house for dinner. She’s the only one of the Greene children unmarried and without kids, a fact that her whole family count as a failure. Never mind that Clover’s started her own successful business, a garden nursery, doing something she loves, working with plants and nature. The passive aggressive comments or digs wrapped in weak compliments make family time almost unbearable. To help get her family to back off, her Clover is dreading Thanksgiving where her family have inviting themselves to her house for dinner. She’s the only one of the Greene children unmarried and without kids, a fact that her whole family count as a failure. Never mind that Clover’s started her own successful business, a garden nursery, doing something she loves, working with plants and nature. The passive aggressive comments or digs wrapped in weak compliments make family time almost unbearable. To help get her family to back off, her assistant, seventeen year old Ruthie suggest she get a fake boyfriend for the week. Ruthie has just the man in mind, her father Erick, and with a little luck Ruthie’s hoping it will turn out to be the real deal. She loves Clover and couldn’t imagine a cooler stepmother or a better woman for her dad. Erick has harbored a crush on Clover ever since she took a chance on his daughter and hired her, but he didn’t want to make things awkward for Ruthie, until she obviously sets them up. So when Clover asks for his help by pretending to be her boyfriend for the week, he jumps at the chance. Erick makes it clear offering up his body for delicious hot sex is part of the package when you get a “fake” boyfriend for the week! I adored both Erick and Clover! Erick was a complete sweetheart, raising a wonderful and spirited daughter, mostly on his own. The way he bolstered Clover’s confidence, acknowledging and appreciating her accomplishments, and then standing up for her to her family just made me swoon! Clover was a hard working woman with a lot of heart. She took a chance on Ruthie hiring her, and channeled all Ruthie’s energy into good instead of anarchy (even if it was for a good reason). Once again the setting of Lost Lake in Oregon had me itching to rent my very own woodsy cabin for a peaceful, secluded retreat. I want to cozy up by the fire as it quietly drizzles out in the woods or maybe watch the sunrise over the lake with my hubby! I actually started looking through some rentals on VRBO after I finished! I love how Tiffany Reisz manages to make a romance feel realistic with the normal insecurities that creep in, and yet oh-so-hot! Erick was very good at making Clover realize that she was sexy, accomplished and sweet. This romance was sizzling, playful and so much fun! I can’t wait for the final installment, One Hot December, in the Men at Work series! A copy was kindly provided by Harlequin via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jx PinkLady Reviews ♡ @bookwormthoughts

    Advance copy provided for my honest review thoughts

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bj

    4.5 "Spankgiving" Stars! I bet that headline got your curiosity going. Since this is a review of a Tiffany Reisz title, the queen of BDSM (ah Soren and Nora, how I miss you so), I thought I should clarify that while this book is definitely sexy, it has nothing to do with BDSM like her extremely popular Original Sinners series. It will nonetheless feature quite the Thanksgiving spanking. Let your minds run wild with what that could possibly mean. This is a Tiffany Reisz title after all, one of the 4.5 "Spankgiving" Stars! I bet that headline got your curiosity going. Since this is a review of a Tiffany Reisz title, the queen of BDSM (ah Soren and Nora, how I miss you so), I thought I should clarify that while this book is definitely sexy, it has nothing to do with BDSM like her extremely popular Original Sinners series. It will nonetheless feature quite the Thanksgiving spanking. Let your minds run wild with what that could possibly mean. This is a Tiffany Reisz title after all, one of the most clever and gifted writers, I have ever read. HER NAUGHTY HOLIDAY is the 2nd book in Tiffany Reisz's Men At Work series. While there are some reoccurring themes in the books in this series, primarily the setting in a remote part of Oregon, and the fact that the heroes in both of the first two books are contractors (thus the Men At Work series title), each could easily be read as a standalone. Nonetheless if you haven't yet had a chance to read book 1 (Her Halloween Treat), I highly recommend that you do. See the full review at The Romance Reviews.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    HNH, features a 'fake' turned real relationship, when Clover needs to silence her family's outrage over her being a single, successful business owner. Erick agrees to play the part as long as they can really get into the roles. Which includes having the sex. I loved the banter between Clover and Erick! I realized while reading this book, that it isn't the erotic stories that have made me into a huge fan of this author, but her wit. The dialogue between her characters, whether in a BDSM club, or HNH, features a 'fake' turned real relationship, when Clover needs to silence her family's outrage over her being a single, successful business owner. Erick agrees to play the part as long as they can really get into the roles. Which includes having the sex. I loved the banter between Clover and Erick! I realized while reading this book, that it isn't the erotic stories that have made me into a huge fan of this author, but her wit. The dialogue between her characters, whether in a BDSM club, or a cabin - is top-notch.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lacey (laceybooklovers)

    How is Tiffany Reisz so good at making me laugh and swoon!? I love this series so much - review to come! Thanks to the publisher for generously providing me an ARC to review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Sharon (iScream Books Blog)

    "Nothing and everything." The Men at Work series is like a min-vacation in my mind. I can't tell you how much fun I've had with these crazy characters that Tiffany Reisz thought up. She's a word wizard and I'm a willing participant in the spells that she casts. These little nuggets that she's written for Harlequin Blaze are amazing, and so entertaining. Who knew that they published erotic romance? I sure didn't, but let me tell you, these stories are most definitely blazing hot! Clover had "Nothing and everything." The Men at Work series is like a min-vacation in my mind. I can't tell you how much fun I've had with these crazy characters that Tiffany Reisz thought up. She's a word wizard and I'm a willing participant in the spells that she casts. These little nuggets that she's written for Harlequin Blaze are amazing, and so entertaining. Who knew that they published erotic romance? I sure didn't, but let me tell you, these stories are most definitely blazing hot! Clover had my respect and admiration for taking on a teenage employee that nobody else would hire. I was proud of her for seeing past the bold statement of her appearance and actions to the heart hidden beneath the purple hair. I just wish she would take some of that determination to fly in the face of public opinion and apply it to her own life. The fact that her teenage assistant suggested she hire a male escort to pretend to be her fake boyfriend to appease her judgmental family should have been a wake-up call that she needed to make some changes. It broke my heart to see the damage her family was doing to her self esteem. Apparently her assertive behavior only applied to her business and her employees, but not to herself. I have to admit that I got pretty worked up over the situation and may have been guilty of offering up some unsolicited advice throughout as she prepared to host Thanksgiving for her cruel and opinionated family. Thankfully Erick stepped up and agreed to become her 'fake boyfriend' to help her out during the holidays. He was so grateful that she was willing to hire his daughter, Ruthie, that he wanted to show his appreciation by returning the favor. Her positive influence on his daughter was something that was priceless to him so it was the least he could do, right? He'd keep to himself that he'd had a crush on her for the last year but chose not to act on it because she was his daughter's boss. But hey, she was asking, so who was he to refuse? Surely they could convince her family that he wanted her... he did. Erick decided that if he could survive raising an opinionated teenage daughter, he could handle Clover's family. Even though he had been warned, he was still surprised when he experienced it first hand. Clover was hoping that her 'fake boyfriend' would turn into her 'real boyfriend', but didn't have much hope that he wouldn't run for the hills once he was confronted by the crazy that was her family. "He was the most erotic, sexy, sensual, dirtymouthed man she'd ever known." She wanted to keep him. If she could just survive Thanksgiving dinner without any casualties, maybe they could turn what was left of it into Her Naughty Holiday.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)

    In the second installment to Reisz’ Men at Work series, HER NAUGHTY HOLIDAY has Clove Greene freaking out about hosting this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. With her overly judgmental family, she’s finding it difficult to tell them to all shove it and leave her alone, but at thirty years old and still single, she knows she’s going to need all the help she can get. So she asks her young assistant’s father, Erick Fields to be her pretend boyfriend for the week while his daughter is visiting her mo In the second installment to Reisz’ Men at Work series, HER NAUGHTY HOLIDAY has Clove Greene freaking out about hosting this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. With her overly judgmental family, she’s finding it difficult to tell them to all shove it and leave her alone, but at thirty years old and still single, she knows she’s going to need all the help she can get. So she asks her young assistant’s father, Erick Fields to be her pretend boyfriend for the week while his daughter is visiting her mother in L.A. Erick is completely up for the challenge because he’s always liked Clove but never made his move because of his daughter. Now that he knows that she’s interested, he’s not going to let go. Once again Tiffany Reisz pens a whip smart book filled with fun banter and sexy times. I loved the holiday touch to this book and her take on the single father trope. She doesn’t do anything really different in terms of the plot that we haven’t seen before, yet I found myself glued to the pages of this book because I loved the characters so much. If I had to list a complaint I would say that the author has the tendency to have her characters talk around in circles. I’ve read every single one of Reisz’s books and I know her tricks now. Her flirting involves a lot of answering questions with another question to keep the ball in the air, so to speak. The worst thing is to have a character drop the ball because it would be the end of the banter so she does all that she can to keep it going. That being said, it becomes an almost roundabout way to reach the point where you actually want to get to. It’s not a terrible trick to employ because it has worked countless times, but sometimes I do think she relies on this trick a bit too much and if you’ve read all her books like me, you can probably pick up on it too. Still, I have been enjoying this series so much that I’ve read the books back to back. I cannot wait to see what the next book has in store next!

  18. 4 out of 5

    TeriLyn

    **Her Naughty Holiday generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.** 3 "It's not that." Stars Tiffany Reisz pens another entertaining holiday story. I loved the dynamic of the characters in this second installment to the Men at Work novella series. Ericke and Clover's banter and individual quick wit is what kept me reading. With the added element of a teenage girl in their lives the book has an added element of snark coupled with direct and honest feelings. **Her Naughty Holiday generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.** 3 "It's not that." Stars Tiffany Reisz pens another entertaining holiday story. I loved the dynamic of the characters in this second installment to the Men at Work novella series. Ericke and Clover's banter and individual quick wit is what kept me reading. With the added element of a teenage girl in their lives the book has an added element of snark coupled with direct and honest feelings. I felt a little differently with this book than the first in the series. There were more details I found a bit mundane and the parts of the book I found myself a bit disengaged. However, Reisz's erotic writing stands out and allows the reader to live in a peaceful, beautiful setting while engaging in the lives of two ordinary yet complex characters. Her Naughty Holiday is a comfy and pleasurable story and is easily read in afternoon's time while you're wrapped up in a blanket on your couch. Reisz's writing is always in a class of it's own and her words incite a good reading experience.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews My second book by Tiffany Reisz proves that my love of her writing was not a fluke. Her Naughty Holiday was every bit as funny, flirty and raunchy sexy as Her Halloween Treat and I loved every last minute of it. A bearded, sexy single dad contractor and an overworked, intelligent, nerdy but beautiful garden nursery owner are thrust together by his teenage daughter and her need to survive Thanksgiving with her family. I loved the fact that Eri Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews My second book by Tiffany Reisz proves that my love of her writing was not a fluke. Her Naughty Holiday was every bit as funny, flirty and raunchy sexy as Her Halloween Treat and I loved every last minute of it. A bearded, sexy single dad contractor and an overworked, intelligent, nerdy but beautiful garden nursery owner are thrust together by his teenage daughter and her need to survive Thanksgiving with her family. I loved the fact that Erick and Clover had been crushing on each other for the last year, but neither one wanted to admit it or ruin the relationship they each had with Erick's daughter, Ruthie, who by the way is a total trip and quite the little matchmaker. With Ruthie out of town for the week of Thanksgiving to visit her Mom and Clover's family coming for the Thanksgiving holiday she asks Erick to be her fake boyfriend, but their evening of getting to know one another turns into a night of passion followed by a week of so much more. There was something so refreshing about this couple's approach to a relationship and the fact they didn't question their fast as lighting feelings for one another. I appreciated how Erick quickly understood Clover's reluctance to spend time with her family and already didn't have a great opinion of them before he met them. I loved that they were both able to open up to each other so fully about their pasts, but what really impressed me was how much they valued each other's work ethic and business sense. Erick loved to tease about his jailbird daughter, it was obvious he had raised a highly intelligent and passionate young woman and he loved her dearly and Clover deeply valued her friendship and respected Ruthie completely. Their fun and flirty banter coupled with Erick's penance of dirty talk and Clover's love of it, their immediate connection from the first kiss and their smoking hot sexy times all made this an excellent romance, but better yet was the way Erick had Clover's back when she needed it most and together they made a very formidable pair. Her Holiday Treat is contemporary romance at its best; characters you feel you can be friends with, an engaging plot and fun, sexy times. Most of all it left me with a smile on my face and wanting to go back and re-read it again immediately; a true winner in my book! Review copy provided for an honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Elle's Book Blog

    Release Date: November 1, 2016 Series: Men at Work #2 (standalone) He’s a single dad. She’s his daughter’s employer. And thanksgiving is about to get HEATED. WOW! I really loved this book. It’s lighthearted, completely sexy (like 5/5 heat stars), totally sweet, and HILARIOUS! This is the fake-lationship type of book, the kind of book I always have a good time reading, and Reisz did not disappoint! This is a fantastic book to read just before thanksgiving, so if you’re looking for a book for th Release Date: November 1, 2016 Series: Men at Work #2 (standalone) He’s a single dad. She’s his daughter’s employer. And thanksgiving is about to get HEATED. WOW! I really loved this book. It’s lighthearted, completely sexy (like 5/5 heat stars), totally sweet, and HILARIOUS! This is the fake-lationship type of book, the kind of book I always have a good time reading, and Reisz did not disappoint! This is a fantastic book to read just before thanksgiving, so if you’re looking for a book for this holiday, this would be a good one to choose! Clover Green is the owner of Clover Greenery- a business that her parents don’t seem to support despite its success because they wanted her to finish college. So when her 17 year old employer suggests that she use her father Erick to pose as her fake boyfriend during Thanksgiving, she gives it a try. After all, she has had her eyes on him for quite some time and he is very easy to look at. Erick Fields has had a thing for Clover since his daughter started working with her. But he has never made a move. So when Clover asks him to play the part of her fake boyfriend for Thanksgiving he readily agrees. But nothing prepares him for falling in love with her… Enter some serious family drama, a lot of great sex, and a relationship that would make anyone jealous and you have yourself a winning book! Fans of the author and those who enjoy sweet AND naughty romances will have a good time reading this one. Erick is swoon worthy and has a great personality making it very easy to fall in love with him. The plot and overall message of the story is just as good so I certainly recommend this one to fellow readers!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Renégade ♥

    4 to 4 1/2 stars Loved hanging out with Clover, Erick ('Pops') and his daughter, Ruthie ('Ruthless'), and have to admit that I spent most of that time laughing! (For some reason, I kept picturing a younger April Ludgate (played by Aubrey Plaza) from the television show, Parks and Rec, as Ruthie. Ruthie's sweeter than April in a number of ways, but there are some similarities there that I just couldn't shake and also couldn't help but get a kick out of...) I listened to the audiobook on Hoopla which 4 to 4 1/2 stars Loved hanging out with Clover, Erick ('Pops') and his daughter, Ruthie ('Ruthless'), and have to admit that I spent most of that time laughing! (For some reason, I kept picturing a younger April Ludgate (played by Aubrey Plaza) from the television show, Parks and Rec, as Ruthie. Ruthie's sweeter than April in a number of ways, but there are some similarities there that I just couldn't shake and also couldn't help but get a kick out of...) I listened to the audiobook on Hoopla which was a part of the Christmas with the Marine & Her Naughty Holiday collection. It was narrated by Gabrielle Cendese who did a good job. This was my first book by Tiffany Reisz, but it definitely won't be my last... *** For an enjoyable review that gives you more info about Clover and Erick's relationship/romance dynamics than I have, please go here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  22. 4 out of 5

    G.

    3.5/5 Oh, this is Tiffany Reisz alright—sexytimes and laughs all over the place. Still a bit too short for me, but definitely stronger than the first one. There's zero conflict between the hero and the heroine, they're basically gone for each other since before page one, but there's one explosive Thanksgiving dinner that'll satisfy those who crave some drama with their reading. I'll admit, Thanksgiving according to Reisz was right up my alley.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lisazj1

    3.5 stars. Another enjoyable, entertaining read from one of my favorite authors. Funny, snarky and sexy with a secondary I loved *Ruthie* and a tiny bit of GTFO *Clover's FAMILY, ugh*. I look forward to the next in the series!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    I liked the romance in this, don't get me wrong, but you know why it's getting five stars? THE HEROINE GETS TO TELL OFF EVERY SINGLE ONE OF HER AWFUL FAMILY MEMBERS AND IT IS GLORIOUS. I have wanted this in a book for so long and it was every bit as great as I always hoped it would be.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Giselle Bradley

    My first read for #contemporaryathon is complete! This one was cute, funny, very smutty and had instalove. Somethings I really liked and somethings I didn't but in general I enjoyed it a lot!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kiki

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.5 stars. Rounded down. Why? Heroine was a 30 year old virgin. Hero may not have been a manwhore but he overly enjoyed sex before and he is extremely experienced with extremely passionate memories of sex with his ex. Heroine claimed she’s a 30 year old experienced single woman just haven’t gone all the way. I WOULD have respected that IF she WAS indeed experienced and has satisfying history. She never performed a proper BJ, she never received a satisfactory oral, she haven’t had proper orgasms. So 2.5 stars. Rounded down. Why? Heroine was a 30 year old virgin. Hero may not have been a manwhore but he overly enjoyed sex before and he is extremely experienced with extremely passionate memories of sex with his ex. Heroine claimed she’s a 30 year old experienced single woman just haven’t gone all the way. I WOULD have respected that IF she WAS indeed experienced and has satisfying history. She never performed a proper BJ, she never received a satisfactory oral, she haven’t had proper orgasms. So no. That statement was dishonest. I hate dishonesty specially when you’re dishonest to yourself. I absolutely did not enjoy hero’s chat about how he’s experienced and how he has performed certain sex act before. I am not naive. I KNOW in real life it isn’t really off putting EVEN during sex, but it IS off putting when you’re reading romance. However it was still an ok read. Hero was celibate for over a year and he has known heroine for a year. He was an amazing dad. His ex was less than perfect but apart from stating the fact their was no bashing of her character and by the sound of it they had amicable divorce. He was an extremely respectful character who DID listen to his daughter’s feminist banter and paid attention because he understood he’d want everyone else to treat his daughter with respect so it starts with him. So he started with paying respect to heroine and by truly treating her equally. When she says no, it is NO. NO MEANS NO. He’ll come back to her later and see if they can work things out, but right now she said no, and get the fuck out, which means it’s her house and he gets the fuck out, pronto. Heroine was not mad at him for silly shit like not loving her back. Her family insulted him and his daughter. He failed his daughter by not telling them where to stuff it (because he was honouring heroine’s wish of not picking up a fight with them is besides the point) so now she’s mad and she doesn’t want him near her. Fair enough. She thinks between honouring her wish and defending his daughter he should’ve picked the later, that’s how a good human being and a good parent thinks. Heroine was a good human being and would be a great mother. I loved how hero hated being called Mr Mom, and stressed the point that a guy should know how to be a parent as a basic requirement. There is nothing heroic about it. He was a good human being and I definitely didn’t get a manwhore vibe.

  27. 4 out of 5

    MelissaB

    I tried, I really did but I gave up at 30% because the book just wasn’t for me. There was no chemistry between the leads, they kept saying how awkward things were when they kissed - how is that romantic? The book was trying too hard to have the characters talk in witty conversations all the time, it came off as cheesy and fake. And his daughter was kind of annoying. Soooo DNF.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mandi Schreiner

    I enjoyed these two. Lots of talking, dirty talking.. whirlwind romance ghat worked for me. Review coming I really enjoyed Her Halloween Treat last month, so was eager to head into a Thanksgiving holiday romance with, Her Naughty Holiday. This book presents a fake boyfriend trope, which usually annoys me but it ended up working very well for me. Clover asks Erik to be her fake boyfriend to get her family off her back, but they pretty much fall in love before the fake-scene has to happen, so they I enjoyed these two. Lots of talking, dirty talking.. whirlwind romance ghat worked for me. Review coming I really enjoyed Her Halloween Treat last month, so was eager to head into a Thanksgiving holiday romance with, Her Naughty Holiday. This book presents a fake boyfriend trope, which usually annoys me but it ended up working very well for me. Clover asks Erik to be her fake boyfriend to get her family off her back, but they pretty much fall in love before the fake-scene has to happen, so they are truly in love and don’t really have to pretend. Clover started her own plant nursery business from scratch, and now has two locations and a five million dollar sale offer she is contemplating. She loves her work so much, and isn’t sure if she is ready to sell her baby, but all of that money would be really nice too. Her assistant is a seventeen year old girl named Ruthie. Ruthie is very outspoken, one with nature, and has a hot dad. “I have lived all my life under the cuse of the Sexy Single Dad. My own friends check him out. It’s so gross.” Clover has spent the past year checking out Erik, but since she is so close with Ruthie, she would never jeopardize that friendship. But when Ruthie leaves to visit her mom for Thanksgiving, it leaves one-on-one time with Erik. Clover’s family is disappointed that at the age of thirty, she is still single and childless. Instead of being proud of her business accomplishments, they nag her constantly on her personal life. When she learns Erik will be alone for Thanksgiving, she asks him if he would be her fake boyfriend, just to survive dinner with her parents and siblings. Erik is thirty-eight and owns his own cedar decking company. He finds Clover hot, even if she wears turtlenecks and long pants, all year round. “You’re a little reserved.” “Reserved? Me?” She sat up straighter, prim as a schoolmarm. “Your lowest cut shirt is a turtleneck.” “Is there something wrong with having a warm neck?” “Not a damn thing.” He definitely wants to be her fake boyfriend – but he also suggests the week leading up to Thanksgiving they should spend time together to get to know one another better – preferable naked. Now that Erik knows Clover is attracted to him, he has no qualms about coming out and saying he really wants to get to know her. They end up sleeping together on night one, and fall in love by night four. Their whirlwind romance worked for me. Also, he looks like Indiana Jones. “Harrison Ford.” “What? Where?” Erik glanced around the room. “No, you. I was trying to figure out earlier who you reminded me of. You look like a young Harrison Ford. But with a beard.” He lowered his head so that their lips were barely an inch apart and whispered two words to her. “I know.” Erik and Clover are very talkative. That might sound weird to say, but that was the first thing that came to my mind as I was reading. They talk a lot to each other. They don’t keep anything in – which is refreshing. Clover is somewhat shy, especially when it comes to sex. But they talk about it. Erik allows her to go at her own pace, but politely challenges her too, to try things that might take her out of her comfort zone. Erik is a very dirty talker in bed and Clover starts to look at him as a sexy beast, rather than just Ruthie’s dad. A lot of time is spent with them getting to know one another physically, and I liked that. Erik is also there to support her when her ridiculously horrible family comes over. I felt Clover and Erick’s relationship to be quite genuine, given the short time-frame. Grade: B

  29. 4 out of 5

    ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    Poignant, satisfying and sexy - another winner from talented Tiffany Reisz. This story, I held off reading for some unknown reason. That is clearly a mistake. This is a read it now book. Whilst this is part of a trilogy, this story can be read as a standalone. For those who are hankering for Ms. Reisz's incredible BDSM series, this sweet romance will tide a reader over for a bit longer. Clover Greene is a successful entrepreneur. She runs a flower shop. Full disclosure, this story hit me a bit mo Poignant, satisfying and sexy - another winner from talented Tiffany Reisz. This story, I held off reading for some unknown reason. That is clearly a mistake. This is a read it now book. Whilst this is part of a trilogy, this story can be read as a standalone. For those who are hankering for Ms. Reisz's incredible BDSM series, this sweet romance will tide a reader over for a bit longer. Clover Greene is a successful entrepreneur. She runs a flower shop. Full disclosure, this story hit me a bit more because I have a cousin who has a life similar to Clover's. Both my cousin and Clover did not finish college and they started their own flower shop. Both became very successful despite the lack of support from their immediate family. I remember my mother sharing with me how horrible my cousin was being treated and that my cousin is a survivor. My mother commended my cousin on how she ignored the nay-sayers and followed her dream. Because of this personal experience, this story meant much more to me. Because I can see how Clover's family treated her affected her just as it did my cousin. I am much more engaged in this story and wanted to cheer Clover on. Because in real life, as a six year old, I could not be as supportive as Clover's "fake" boyfriend Erick. I loved Erick. He is a man who can be any man. He's not rich. He's not poor. He's a representative of working America complete with a teenage daughter. I liked how he handled the curveballs in his life and risen to the challenge. I especially loved how much he supported his wayward daughter. This is what it means to be a parent with unconditional love. I found this book to be an excellent story of how to be non-judgmental and ignore those who want to drag you down. This story is reassuring in that it shows people don't get to choose their families, but they can work to make it better. Even when someone loves you, sometimes they don't show it right. This story is a feel good because the end result is how we hope real life would turn out. Sometimes, it does. For my cousin and Clover, it appears to have a happily ever after. The sex in this story is erotic, spicy and delicious. This is the kind of romance novels I wanted to read when I was in my teens. It is descriptive, full on carnal pleasure. The way these two adults revel in their sexuality is fabulous. Ms. Reisz is one of the few authors I can always rely on for excellent sex scenes that turn me on. This holiday trilogy featuring handymen is hands down a must read. *provided by NetGalley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms

    This review was originally posted on (un)Conventional Bookviews Her Naughty Holiday is awesome sauce yumminess galore! Well written, funny, hot, steamy, naughty, hilarious and with really good characters, too! Simply perfect. Delightful, and so much fun - those are just some adjectives that come to mind when trying to describe Her Naughty Holiday! And hiding in plain sight of the fluffy romance and steamy sexiness of this story, there is also a strong message concerning women. Or more importan This review was originally posted on (un)Conventional Bookviews Her Naughty Holiday is awesome sauce yumminess galore! Well written, funny, hot, steamy, naughty, hilarious and with really good characters, too! Simply perfect. Delightful, and so much fun - those are just some adjectives that come to mind when trying to describe Her Naughty Holiday! And hiding in plain sight of the fluffy romance and steamy sexiness of this story, there is also a strong message concerning women. Or more importantly, outside expectations when it comes to women, and how they should live their lives. You know, what women need in their lives to be happy. Because it's really as if we all share one consciousness, like those little green aliens in Toy Story. And we all need to be married and have children. Plus we need to continue listen to our parents until we have a husband who can tell us what to do instead. /sarcasm I loved the way Reisz elegantly brought overbearing parents and other seemingly well-meaning people into the plot of Her Naughty Holiday, and eve more so because while I knew Clover hated the way her family treated her, she had a very hard time saying anything about it to them. Erick on the other hand, having been raised by his 17-year-old goddess of a daughter knew that Clover didn't need anyone to tell her what to do, only someone who would stand by her and show her they were proud of her. So yeah, I got all that, and I also got so much hotness and sexy kinkiness and fun banter I'm still feeling hot myself. And I finished reading Her Naughty Holiday a full day before writing my review. And just thinking of Clover and Erick now makes my toes curl, and I want to grab my kindle and read through one of several favorite quotes I highlighted on it. Because it was the perfect romance, really. Reisz always surprises me in some ways when I read her books, and I am always in awe of her words. The writing is beautiful, and I love that there was more than romance going on. And that Clover managed to feel that confidence she needed to have to make sure she got what she wanted and neede in every aspect of her life. Her Naughty Holiday is part of a series, but it can be read as a stand alone. Written in third person point of view, past tense, and mostly from Clover's perspective, it's a fast read, but it has a lot of substance. Erick was irresistible, the single dad who talked dirty when he was close to coming made so many iffy situations funny, and so many steamy ones even hotter. Run, run, run to get your own copy!! "Fruit trees are fertility symbols. If we pray under that one you might get pregnant. Or worse, I might get pregnant." "Okay, we'll skip the lemon tree, then. Although if I got pregnant that would shut my family up." "Your family wants you to get pregnant?" "They want me to be happy. It's awful." "Yeah, sounds absolutely horrible," Ruthie said in her glorious teenage deadpan. "Screw them." "You're very... sweet? Okay, no, but it's nice of you to defend me. My family wants the best for me, but it's always their version of 'the best,' not my version. I know exactly what Mom will say when I tell her about the buyout offer. She'll say, 'Oh Clo, honey, that's wonderful. now you can quit work and finally focus on your personal life.' I'd bet money on those exact words." "Weird. I'd say, 'Oh, Clo, that's wonderful. Five million dollars buys, like, five years of male escort services." "Are you offering to pay me to sleep with you?" He asked. "I hope so. That's been a fantasy all my life. I can go to a bar and you can come in and pick me up. We don't have to use real money. I'll accept Monopoly-" "That's not what I'm asking." "Bummer," headsail. It was. He'd been nursing a crush on his daughter's boss for a good year now, ever since he met Clover the day Ruthie started working at the nursery.  

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