Oct 172013
 

Hott Synopsis:

Dallas Dubois can’t help but to wonder why the only guy who makes her mouth water also makes her cringe. They don’t like each other but she can’t seem to keep her heart from fluttering each time she sees him.

Focus, Dallas!! Men don’t matter! The only one you can trust is you so get your head in the game and get that promotion!

Cal Hollingsworth can’t seem to figure out how Dallas, who has it all, can be such a selfish self-centered Ice Queen. She’s so nasty to everyone! She doesn’t even have any friends! What is her problem anyway? Well, Cal can show her the error of her ways!

Hott Review:

What I liked: This book was much different than I expected. When I began I thought it would be more fun but, though it was a bit silly, it was very emotional and deep. The romance was light and more focused on Dallas letting go of her hurt and fear than actual romance.
What I didn’t like: There was a bit of swearing and a detailed make out session it there was little to turn me off… Well, it was a bit emotional 🙁

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Author: Beth Albright
Source: Harlequin MIRA via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Steam: Adult

Author Bio:

Beth Albright is a Tuscaloosa native, former Days of Our Lives actress, and former radio and TV talk show host. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Journalism. She is also a screenwriter, voice-over artist and mother. She is married to her college sweetheart, Ted and mother to brilliant college student, Brooks. A perpetually homesick Southern Belle and a major Alabama Crimson Tide fan, she splits her time between San Francisco and, of course, Tuscaloosa.

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  One Response to “Christmas Review | Sleigh Belles”

  1. Sounds fun. The cover is a bit racy but in a cute way. 🙂

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