A case of mistaken identity landed Devon McShay on the receiving end of a mind-blowing kiss--from her new client! CEO Cal Logan was an undeniably handsome man, and despite their business relationship, Devon couldn't help thinking about kissing him again.When a crippling ice storm traps them in Salzburg for Christmas, sharing a room is their only option. And sharing a bed bA case of mistaken identity landed Devon McShay on the receiving end of a mind-blowing kiss--from her new client! CEO Cal Logan was an undeniably handsome man, and despite their business relationship, Devon couldn't help thinking about kissing him again.When a crippling ice storm traps them in Salzburg for Christmas, sharing a room is their only option. And sharing a bed becomes their pleasure. Could this passionate encounter evolve into anything more than a holiday affair?...
|Title||:||The CEO's Christmas Proposition|
|Number of Pages||:||186 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The CEO's Christmas Proposition Reviews
This was a very enjoyable Christmas romance. The setting was in Germany and the author did such a wonderful job with details and descriptions (describing foods, sights, etc.) I felt like I was there!
Devon McShay is a travel consultant meeting her client in Germany over the Christmas holidays, just in time for major snowstorm. She and Cal Logan, superhot CEO, get trapped together in a hotel suite in Dresden for 2 days. And the sparks fly. Until Devon begins doubting what she and Cal have shared and Cal's attitude towards it as well. Cal doesn't doubt at all - he knows he's started something special with Devon. But getting her to overcome her past hurts and trust him is his challenge over the Christmas holidays. This was really short and decidedly lacking in angst and conflict. There wasn't much happening really. Cal was okay, but he's the typical HQN professional who spots a co-worker and immediately starts plotting to get her into bed. But he doesn't really approach it casually. So I liked that about him. He was thinking long term faster than the heroine was. She'd been burned once before by a player, so was hesitant to trust Cal. There was one incident where she thought he was being a playboy and most of her reluctance had to do with wanting to slow things down and get to know each other (understandable). But Cal was pretty much a dream guy really. And I did like the difference with the ending, but it was also a lost opportunity for angst and I don't know which I appreciate more. (view spoiler)[ For once, we get a heroine who initially jumps to conclusions about a scene she saw, but then realizes that the man she knows and loves wouldn't do it, so she chose to trust him.(hide spoiler)] Which was actually a really good ending. I just wish she'd shown him or discussed it with him, because it would have been a greater ending (view spoiler)[ if he'd ended up knowing exactly how much she trusted him.(hide spoiler)].
Complete brain candy; a perfect indulgence for the holiday.
This was a so/so read for me. I have no real emotion regarding this read... ;-/
really enjoyed it. almost lost me at the end. would read this author again.