The Perfect Holiday Book?
Eddie Cleveland’s Shared by the Lumberjacks was released on Christmas day. It’s the holiday remedy if regular, lukewarm holiday romances bore you to tears.
Cleveland isn’t playing around when his book mentions “quick” and “steamy” in the title. You’ll get 100% of what the author promises. You’re taken to straight to the hot stuff! No 400-page epic love story here.
One Writer, Two Lumberjacks
Mary is a Christmas romance novel. She appears to be a conservative person until you read more about her. She has her dirty secrets and forbidden fantasies.
Mary tries to keep it under wraps, but it goes all out of the window when she meets lumberjacks, Owen and Hardy. These guys are quite a pair.
Owen is more on the sweet side, while Hardy is rougher. I mean, he says things like:
“Men aren’t Ken dolls, princess. They have wants, needs, they see a beautiful woman and they imagine stripping her bare. They want to protect her. Fuck her. Fill her belly with his kids and then do it all again.”
Yeah, Hardy’s that guy. He’s a foul-mouthed fellow who pushes Mary to the edge, in a good way though. Hardy encourages Mary to unleash her true sexuality.
Back to Owen, he’s a sweetie pie. Yet, he’s no innocent bloke either. Don’t want to spoil it too much for you.
You can’t take Shared by the Lumberjacks seriously. This book’s hilarious! There were many laughable moments, especially when Hardy says something over the top.
You know what you’re expecting when you read Cleveland’s title and notice the sensual cover. You can’t get mad unless you’re expecting a sweet, innocent Debbie Macomber story. The book does have a Happily-Ever-After (HEA). It has an ending that’ll make you smile.
I’m surprised I liked this book. When I first found it on Amazon, I thought, “Are you serious?”, but I was lured to reading it anyway. Besides, I love any type of romances set in the woods.
I might read more of Eddie Cleveland’s stories. Who knows? We all need a laugh and some spice sometimes.
Comment below if you read any of Eddie Cleveland’s MFM stories!
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