A Touch Of Frost

Posted 31 December 2015 by Emma @ SCR in 2015 TBR, Christmas 2015, GR 2015, Netgalley 2015, Reviews / 0 Comments

I received this book for free From Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

A Touch Of FrostA Touch Of Frost by Rhian Cahill
Also by this author: A Kiss From Kringle
Series: Frosty's Snowmen #1
Also in this series: A Kiss From Kringle
Published by Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd on 1st December 2014
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Humour, Love & Romance
Pages: 62
Source: From Netgalley
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Jack had a great reason to be over Christmas: it’s not seasonal blues, it’s his family business, and there’s only so much tinsel you can have in your life without feeling bah humbug about it.

But this year is different. He’s home after a long absence, with fences to mend, bridges to build and a commitment to change he intends to keep.

Elle loves Christmas, and she is not about to let an arrogant Scrooge like Jack Frost ruin it for her. He might have her libido flashing like fairy lights, but she’s been burned by a guy on the rebound before and she doesn’t need a Boxing Day-bargain boyfriend.

But there’s more than a little magic in mistletoe, and it may just see Elle and Jack ringing in a very happy new year.

I requested this on Netgalley last December and when I was trying to decide on my last few books of the year this one stuck out to me.

Jack has just split from his wife and he’s not quite got into the festive spirit yet. That is until he meets Elle. Elle catches his eye straight away with her angel routine for the children.

Elle doesn’t want to be Jack’s rebound girl. She’s been there, done that, got the tshirt and she’s not going back. However Jack and his sexy ways tempt her to his bedroom.

I enjoyed this sexy, steamy little festive read so much that I immediately read the next book in the series.

About Rhian Cahill

Rhian Cahill is the alter ego of a stay-at-home mother of four. With motherly duties rapidly dwindling Rhian is able to make use of the fertile imagination she used to keep herself sane for all those years of slavery. Having spent some years living overseas and visiting tropical climates has helped inspire some steamy stories. Multi-published in erotic romance, Rhian, with the help of Mr. Muse, spends her days and nights writing.
When not glued to the keyboard you’ll find her book in hand avoiding any and all housework as much as possible.

Emma @ SCR

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