Friday, November 30, 2018

Book Release Blitz for Eggnog Makes Her Easy by Erin Nicholas (REVIEW)

Just in time for the holidays comes this sensual and charming novella focusing on a wife keeping the home fires burning, and having an unforgettable visit with Santa, while awaiting the return of her soldier husband.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Eggnog Makes Her Easy by Erin Nicholas, along with my impressions of this quick read, then add this next installment in the Boys of the Big Easy series to your bookshelf too!

Lindsey is expecting silent nights this holiday. Just her and her boys while her husband serves overseas. But her blue Christmas turns merry when things start rockin’ under the mistletoe thanks to a surprise gift from her naughty Santa.
Which is fine. The nice list is overrated anyway.




With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, readers will find this a decadently delightful novella full of heart and soul that provides a few hours of escape from the hustle and bustle.  With the topic of military sacrifices fueling this tale, it makes it a timely and heart-wrenching topic that reminds us of what to be truly grateful for.  It’s a tale that pulls at the heartstrings and puts readers on a roller coaster ride of emotions that will leave you satisfied by The End.

Matt and Lindsey met at Christmastime ten years ago and have made a life for themselves despite Matt’s many absences due to his devotion to the military. From the very beginning they knew the hardships the separations would cause and still stood solidly together in their love for each other and their love for the country.  Theirs is an inspirational connection as they take pride in keeping the country safe, take pride in making it a better place through his work and her teaching, and their heartfelt discussions about why they live the way they do warmed my heart.  Those rare times when they’re together they live life to the fullest, they embrace every word and deed to pull out when they need to be uplifted, and their unwavering love is the epitome of romance.  Along with these heavy discussions came moments of lightheartedness that utterly charmed me. This was a playful couple with enjoyable scenes of naughty talk teeming with sensuality that scorched up the pages and left me with a blush a time or two and made for a nice balance between matters of the heart and being duty bound.

In every way this couple showed how much in love they are and each reunion just solidifies their deep connection in a story that was a perfect addition to the Boys of the Big Easy series.  Readers were introduced to Matt, who’s the epitome of hero, a soldier who’s sexy in body as well as in mind and soul.  His strong-willed wife Lindsey is just as heroic in sacrificing time with her husband in support of the country.  They’re a loving couple, wholeheartedly supportive of each other, and their marriage is the picture-perfect kind that belongs on the front of a Christmas card.  Surrounding them are the other members of the support group that has brought together other couples in this series.  They’re an group that was fun with witty and flirty banter that showed them to be an unconventional family of their own making.  Their scenes also hint at more romance to come between two friends who clearly should be more and it has me jumping up and down in anticipation.  On a whole readers looking for a feel good holiday romance will get all that and more courtesy of this early Christmas gift from Ms. Nicholas!

My rating for this is an A-

*I got this book from the author for review in exchange for my honest opinion.



New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Erin Nicholas has been writing romances almost as long as she’s been reading them. To date, she’s written over thirty sexy, contemporary novels that have been described as “toe-curling,” “enchanting,” “steamy,” and “fun.” She adores reluctant heroes, imperfect heroines, and happily ever afters.
Erin lives in the Midwest, where she enjoys spending time with her husband (who only wants to read the sex scenes in her books), her kids (who will never read the sex scenes in her books), and her family and friends (who claim to be “shocked” by the sex scenes in her books).

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