Naughty, Naughty

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Aphrodisia, 2007 - Fiction - 309 pages
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It's not just the good girls who get their Christmas wishes; the naughty ones get something "X"tra special in their stocking this year. These three steamy novellas, as red hot as Christmas candy and just as spicy, are guaranteed to keep fires burning all winter long.

Hot For Christmas
P.J. Mellor

Boutique owner Allison Conroe just found her perfect Christmas gift, all gorgeously wrapped in well-worn denim. Rugged Texas loner Chris MacNeal is a sexy Scrooge determined to rattle Allison's chains--but the merry vixen has more satisfying games in mind. . .

Triple Xmas
Valerie Martinez

All Deb wants for Christmas is a threesome with her boyfriend and hunky lumberjack Dale Lix. Unfortunately, her environmentalist lover considers Dale the "enemy." But with a little steamy persuasion--and some help from Mother Nature--Deb is ready to kindle her own kind of forest fire. . .

Cabin Fever
Melissa MacNeal

Washing away his holiday heartbreak in whisky and solitude, ranch owner Danny Black thinks he's hallucinating when he sees a Christmas angel, wings and all, through a blizzard. It's cold outside, but soon things are heating up in his cozy cabin as angel costume and cowboy boots are tossed aside for some sinfully sweet holiday cheer. . .

WARNING! This is a REALLY HOT book. (Sexually Explicit)

Valerie Martinez is a proud San Franciscan native. She moved to New York to attend Barnard College where she graduated with a Creative Writing degree. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

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About the author (2007)

P.J. Mellor lives in Houston and made her erotic fiction debut with Pleasure Beach. Visit her at

Melissa MacNeal lives in the Midwest with her husband. Her novels include All Night Long. Readers can visit her at

Valerie MartAA-nez is the author of several books including World to World, published by the University of Arizona Press. Her poems, essays, and translations have also appeared in The Best American Poetry, American Poetry Review, Puerto de Sol, and The Latino Poetry Review. MartAA-nez is the Poet Laureate for the city of Santa Fe for 2008-2010.

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