Review: Merry Sexy Christmas by Beverly Jenkins, Kayla Perrin and Maureen Smith

Merry Sexy Christmas: Overtime Love\EX-mas Reunion\A Holiday Affair

Title: Merry Sexy Christmas
Author: Beverly Jenkins, Kayla Perrin and Maureen Smith
Publisher:  Harlequin Kimani Arabesque
Format: ebook
ISBN: 0373534876
Genre: Romance, Anthology, Christmas
Release date: October 16th 2012
Number of pages: 288



Overtime Love by Beverly Jenkins

Drew Davis’s goal is to buy the semipro football team where he is general manager. But the owner’s grandaughter, Tasha Bloom, unexpectedly inherits it first. Still, Drew’s not brokenhearted, since their mutual passion for football runs second only to their attraction to each other. But can the team and their budding romance make it to the New Year’s Day championship?

I loved this novella. This was fun and I fell in love with Drew and Tasha. This is such a cute little couple and both of them knows exactly what works and they work hard to succeed. It was really nice to see a successful business woman fall in love, but still hold to her independence. She worked really hard to prove in the begin to prove how good she could make the time and it was great on the outcome.

Ex-mas Reunion by Kayla Perrin

Kendra Harris and Damien Monroe had a summer fling years ago. Now fate has left them stranded together at the airport during a winter snowstorm. Sharing a rental car makes sense if they want to get home for Christmas. And so does sharing a hotel room…and a bed. Because sometimes the one that got away is the only one you ever wanted.…

Not my favorite novella, but it had a cute reunion. It was a little boring and things took forever to actually happen, but I liked Damien and his struggles to understand and accept Kendra. But Kendra was not my favorite character because it felt like she was pushing everyone away in her hole life.

A Holiday Affair by Maureen Smith

Over the holidays, Atlanta attorney Ava Cameron is dumped, depressed…and primed for a one-night stand with sexy stranger Colby Austin. How is she to know he will end up being opposing counsel on a major case—and the best mistake she has ever made?

I liked this story, because it showed this both really great character working to find a way to actually be together. These are opposing sides, but they were really hot together and deserved to be happy, because their life story was so sad, especially Colby. It was nice to see him working on his problems from the past and trying to find closure for some of his darkest nightmares.