Release Date-18th December 2017
I’ve been a bad girl, but I still want a Daddy for Christmas…
Mr Hart is my big, bad new boss and my biggest Christmas wish of all.
He’s everything I ever wanted. Gorgeous, stern, powerful.
Totally off limits for a silly young office trainee like me.
He’s asked me to house sit his empty home for the holidays, and it’s a sneak peek into his private life I can’t resist.
I’m just begging you, please Santa. Please make sure Mr Hart is waiting under the tree this Christmas morning.
Preferably naked, if you’re feeling particularly generous.
Love from your very bad little good girl,
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
As usual Jade Delivers a sexy smutty, while still, heartwarming read.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again Jade West has a unique talent in this department.
Christmas Daddies brought a smile to my face with its sweetness.
while also brewing tingles elsewhere.
Christmas daddies is an age gap romance of novella length.
And just what the doctor ordered for some fab holiday reading,
So Jenny has it bad for her boss Mr Hart, so bad she has a bunch of steamy short stories involving the two of them all stored on her work laptop.
Jackson Hart, Jenny’s boss is intrigued upon discovering her naughty ramblings.
And upon realising Jenny is alone for the holiday season decides to invite her round with the offer of house sitting a fake cat called “Dick” bloody hilarious.
Well, I don’t think I need to expand on the rest if you’re familiar with Jade’s books, no more need be said.
Let’s just say this comes with some much need festive filth.
So this was a really enjoyable holiday read, I love age gap relationships, especially since I’m in one myself so can very much relate.
This was as usual fabulously written its only down slightly in the ratings as Jades longer works are much dearer to my heart.
But This is still an excellent solid read that I can’t recommend enough.
I was kindly gifted a copy of this story of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm