On the first day of Christmas, my lover gave to me…
Matilda Campbell’s plans to spend Christmas solo in the sun take an erotic turn when she encounters the handsome and enigmatic Miguel D’Oro on the plane to Mexico. As the CEO of a major firm, Tilda’s used to being the one in charge–but now she’ll have to learn how to take orders instead.
In the spirit of the season, Miguel offers Tilda naughty gifts for each of the twelve days of Christmas. There’s just one rule: she must accept them–and fulfill his commands–or face the sensual consequences. Intrigued and aroused, Tilda agrees to let Miguel take control of her pleasure.
What follows is a week unlike anything she’s ever experienced. From choosing her sexy new wardrobe and naughty accessories, to pushing her boundaries with BDSM play, Miguel satisfies every forbidden craving. But as their time together runs out, she must decide if there’s room in her real life for her holiday lover and her newly discovered kinky side.
Worldbuilding: A lovely exotic Mexico vacation spot is the setting of some very hot Christmas fun.
Characters:Tilda was the fun kind of a very capable, independent, and successful CEO who liked to let her hair down with a side of kind. Tired of compromises that translated more into her giving in, she takes the chance to go all out on her vacation and enjoy the experience to the fullest. She wasn’t all play though, and the game between Miguel and her soon became more than twelve days of kinky pleasure.
Miguel was fun, the hotshot lawyer who likes his kink with no extra side of complications. He was charismatic and rather charming in his way, but I can’t say I responded to him as much as I usually do to Jeffe Kennedy’s characters. Maybe it’s the whole Latino lover thing that doesn’t really speak to me. Crazy, I know, but I just don’t respond to that as much as I do to other types. I like his compartmentalizing skills, you’ll get what I mean when you’ll read this hot little thing.
Favorite character: Tilda, actually
Plot: This is mostly a sexcapade story, so while there’s some story behind the smexing time, the focus does fall on the smexing time and it’s a good one.
Writing:Third person narrative, Tilda’s POV. I loved Tilda’s voice.
Curb Appeal: Hot cover, instant buy author name – compulsive buy material for sure.
All in all, I really had a blast reading this story, and while it wasn’t exactly my favorite type of yumy guy or scenario it was still a total delight. If you’re looking for some hot stuff for these Holidays, give Five Golden Rings a chance and you won’t regret it.