The Naughty List by Jodi Redford

Summary: Perpetual good girl Lacey McGuire has two Christmas wish lists. One suitable for public consumption…and a private one that’s too hot to handle. Right at the top: wild, wicked fantasies about her best buddies and business partners Ryan Hollister and Bram Colton.

Besides the fact they’re both poster boys for Hunks ’R’ Us, they’ve been there for her through thick, thin and the heartbreak of a cheating fiancé. So what if her boys will never know they star in her sexiest daydreams? In her fantasy world, her heart will never get trampled again.

Ry and Bram are pretty sure Lacey never meant to email a list of some of her raunchiest wants. Particularly the one that tightens their shorts—she wants a threesome. With them. Although they’ve loved her for years, they made a pact to keep Lacey off limits in order to protect their friendship. Now all bets are off. And the quest to give her all she wants—and more—is on.

Warning: This book contains a wickedly hot M/F/M ménage that will heat up the holidays. Friends steaming things up in a hot tub. Bondage and blindfolds. Sexy shenanigans at a Christmas tree lot. And maybe even a glimpse of Santa…in a Speedo.

Review: First, before I get into The Naughty List, I'd like to mention a couple things. One, this is my first threesome book. Yep. I was a bit scared to be quite honest, but it sounded good and I had a chance to win it in a contest so, why not? Second, I tried to read a contemporary erotica book a while before this one and I couldn't stand it. I didn't like the way it was put together so I've been putting off reading more of this genre. That being said, I really enjoyed The Naughty List. I liked Lacey, Bram, and Ryan all as characters. I liked their scenes together the most. I'm not talking about the sex, but the way their characters interacted with each other. I am tired of the "best friends falling in love" idea, but I think it worked very well for this book. My favorite scenes were the one in Lacey's office in Chapter 1, and the one when they were looking for a Christmas tree. Those were pretty hilarious, and I thought it showed the relationships between the 3 quite well. Something that bothered me a bit was the last chapter. Lacey decided one thing and then all of a page later she changed her mind. Maybe another chapter where Lacey really things about what she's doing would have been nice. Other than that, I thought this was a great book and I will definitely be reading more from Jodi in the future.

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