Santa Wore Leathers by Vonnie Davis
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Take one man-shy
reporter, a gorgeous ex-Navy SEAL turned firefighter, add in a
thong-stealing dog… and Christmas will never be the same again!
only one thing on Becca Sinclair’s Christmas list this holiday season –
her very own column in the local paper. And if she can build a huge
blog following, her wish just might come true.
Enter Dan ‘Wolf’
Wolford aka the man-whore next door and the new star of Becca’s popular,
post-divorce blog about men. A Navy SEAL turned commander of the
Florida Marine Rescue Unit, Wolf’s the very definition of the word alpha
– and with an endless rotation of women on his doorstep, this hunk on a
Harley has Becca and her female followers all hot and bothered!
Becca wants for Christmas is her newspaper column, right? But when she
finds herself the target of Wolf’s irresistible attentions, her snarky
comebacks become less and less convincing and, suddenly, she’s not so
This book started out awesome. It was funny with snarky characters that had amazing animosity to start out with. Well, animosity on Becca's part. Wolf was all hot and muscled and hot and dimples...um...what was I saying? Oh, right...He was attracted to Becca and not afraid to show it.
So, they bickered and I loved it. He was going to have to work for her. But, something happened. I felt like I changed the channel for two seconds and when I came back, I'd missed something huge. Because one minute Becca wanted nothing to do with him and the next, she's all for jumping into bed with him. Now, I'm not really complaining since she did admit (to herself) that he was hot, but admitting it to yourself and changing your whole attitude toward someone is something different.
Actually, the whole book was expectorated. Because once they were together, within two weeks, something happens to cause a misunderstanding and they break up. And I would have been ok with that, honestly, I was expecting it. But the rebound to them getting back together was to quick. He came over, said sweet things, flashed his perfect dimpled grin and she melted into his arms. It was just to soon for me.
Overall, I did enjoy this, there were great parts (Einstein and thongs being a couple of them) and it was a quick read. I can't say this will make my favorite books list, but I would definitely read more from the author.
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