The 10 Sexiest Christmas Ebooks

1. “Stewart and Leah: Home for Christmas,” by Ruth Madison

The Plot: “Stewart brings his sexy new girlfriend home for Christmas, but his family doesn’t approve.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “Just about sex.”

2. “A Very Naughty Christmas,” by Olivia Cunning, Cherrie Lynn, Stephanie Julian, Cari Quinn, and Raven Morris

The Plot(s): “This spicy holiday anthology features five separate stories from some of the biggest names in erotic romance. Please enjoy, but sensitive readers beware, some of the content is so HOT you might get singed.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “Some of the stories in this book were a lot more sex and less story. I really preferred the stories with more character build up and the sex as apposed [sic] to the stories that were simply straight up, in your face sex.”

3. “Christmas At Shadow Creek (Harlequin Super Romance),” by Roxanne Rustand

The Plot: “Pediatrician Joanna Weston’s looking forward to caring for the infants at The Birth Place. But one of her first patients is a baby girl — not born at the birth center, but abandoned on the porch of the ranch next door. Joanna is outraged when she finds out her handsome neighbor is the child’s deadbeat dad. Until she sees the tender concern he shows the daughter he didn’t know he had.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “First of all, this is not really a Christmas book. Yes, they have a Christmas tree, presents, and Swedish cookies in the last chapter. (Ok, the tree does show up a little earlier.)”

4. “Second Chance Christmas (The Perfect Gift),” by Mackenzie McKade

The Plot: “After four years, Lori Dayton is returning to Safford, Arizona to spend Christmas with her family and face her past. She has reservations about seeing Dean Wilcox again. But time hasn’t changed her. She still loves Dean more than ever. Time heals all things… Yeah right! Lori still heats Dean’s blood like no other woman. Even after all she’s done, he can’t resist the urge to take her in his arms, feel her body pressed to his. He wants her naked against him, just like before.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “I purchased this book based on a glowing review on Amazon but after reading it I am once again discouraged by the way many authors insist on using vulgar language to describe lovemaking.”

5. “Look What Santa Brought (The Perfect Gift),” by Annmarie McKenna

The Plot: “Scott Wyatt knows what he wants for Christmas and it comes in a beautiful-voiced, make-his-heart-race, more than tempting package. If only he could see her.” (He’s blind.)

The Dismayed Reviewer: “A crude story that just so happened to take place at Christmastime. I was immediately turned off by the constant and mostly totally unnecessary use of bad language.”

6. “Christmas With A Stranger,” by Candy Caine

The Plot: “In the wee hours, two days before Christmas, graphic artist Allie Benson-a young African-American living contently with her boyfriend-is awakened by a distress call from her boss. Knowing she possesses a pilot’s license, he asks her to fly to Maine to pick up Roy Colby, a stranded potential client, and bring him back to Manhattan.” (Etc.)

The Dismayed Reviewer: “This article was less than 26 pages long and within that small amount of time the female slept with two men without any qualms.”

7. “Holiday Spice,” by Abbie Duncan

The Plot: Holiday Spice has four stories, but the best-sounding one, “Simon’s Letter,” is described like this: “A mysterious holiday invitation from a dead man threatens to turn Elizabeth’s life upside down…”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “I should have guessed by the title that it was pure filth. If you’re into erotica, this one’s for you. I read the first installment and prompty deleted from my Kindle.”

8. “Christmas Tradition,” by Kathleen Hayes

The Plot: “Liam and Alex have been together for ten years. In order to keep the spark in their relationship, every Christmas season they plan a night just for themselves, where they can let their fantasies come out and play.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “Books like this should be burn!!! Need a [rating] for books so we [won’t] be suprise[d]!”

9. “Christmas Elf,” by Tielle St. Clare

The Plot: “After being kicked out of Santa’s Workshop for being a little cranky, Marlie is sent on a mission in the Outside World: teach Jacob Triumph-the real-life role model for Scrooge-the true meaning of Christmas. He’s a tough case but she’s determined to succeed and earn her place back in the Workshop. Unfortunately, it’s very easy to get distracted. Jacob is so handsome and she has the strangest urge to run her hands and her lips and oh, maybe her tongue, across his whole body.”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “Whats up whith [sic] the licking? I mean, seriously?!?!?”

10. “The Wild Side of Christmas,” by Jack Brighton

The Plot: “Three seasonal scenes from The Wild Side, Londons Raunchiest gay BDSM club… It’s Christmas Eve, and the boys from The Wild Side are seriously partying – and trust me, these lads know how to play!”

The Dismayed Reviewer: “Here, what smut. I thought this was supposed to be a Christmas story, instead it was just pure smut. I’m all for occasional sex in a story, but this was just too much.”

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