Bad Romeo Christmas: A Starcrossed Anthology

Posted in Chick Lit/ Contemporary Romance/ New Adult/ Reviews 22nd November 2016
Bad Romeo Christmas: A Starcrossed AnthologyBad Romeo Christmas: A Starcrossed Anthology by Leisa Rayven
Series: Starcrossed, #4
Published by Amazon Digital Services on November 21st 2016
Pages: 252
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four-stars

Ethan and Cassie’s first Christmas with the Holt family should be nothing but jolly. Sure, Cassie’s a mess trying to impress her future in-laws with the perfect casserole, but when an unexpected blast from Ethan’s past shows up beneath the tree, the season gets a whole lot more serious—and sexy.

After being apart for months, Liam and Elissa are making up for lost time on a secluded island, where they think they’re free to explore each other’s bodies in peace. But when it turns out their Christmas sanctuary isn’t as deserted as it first seemed, their Christmas dreams turn into a nightmare.

When the gang from the Grove gets together at a lavish New Year’s Eve party, it’s like no time has passed. Except Elissa and Josh are dating Hollywood royalty, Jack and Zoe have been hooking up in secret, Connor’s new girlfriend wants to murder Cassie, and Erika’s mystery man has everyone talking. Before midnight, shocking revelations are made, industry tongues are wagging, and the poor mistletoe is ready to pass out from overuse.
No matter how you're spending the holidays, BAD ROMEO CHRISTMAS is sure to heat up your festive season this winter.

Leisa Rayven rains Christmas down in style with a superb end to the Bad Romeo series and I’d be lying if I didn’t say I wished I could have had more time with Liam and Elissa after I finished ‘Wicked Heart’.

‘Bad Romeo Christmas’ delivers it all and more. It’s smart, swanky with so many hilarious scenes interspersed with solemn drama-queen moments, all of which emphasise the depth of love each couple has after earning their HEA in their respective books. The humour and the angst (that comes as a side serving) are all on point and I loved how Rayven simply cycled through every part with such panache, confidence and swagger that you do start believing in these miracle-laden world where celebrities wander the halls decked with ‘normal’ people and where love really conquers all…despite naughty naked moments that the entire world sees.

Doesn’t Rayven know by now, that by offering this ending, all I want is more?

four-stars

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