A Bad Boy for Christmas (Second Chance, #3) by Jessica LemmonTis the Season to Be Naughty
Connor McClain knows what he wants. And after four harrowing years in Afghanistan, thats a quiet life in the lakeside town of Evergreen Cove. But coming home has land mines of its own-the most dangerous of them being long-legged bombshell Faith Garrett. Now getting her into his arms this holiday is going to require more than mistletoe . . .
With a cheating ex behind her, all Faith wants is a relaxing holiday free from man drama. And even though every moment with gorgeous Connor is a sweet temptation, Faith is determined not to give in. But Jack Frost has other plans, and soon Faith and Connor are snowbound in a winter wonderland with only the sparks flying between them to keep them warm. As one hot kiss leads to another, theyll have to decide if theyre ready to give each other the best gift of all-love.
Everything I love in a romance.
--- Lori Foster, 2014
11 People Explain The Worst Things About Christmas
Anyway, besides that, there are six really big things that get to me about Christmas, so here they are:. Click To Tweet. But unfortunately — and this is probably because we seem to start so early these days November… — after a while, the same old songs going round and round and round in my head do start to get a little bit irritating. I think we can all agree that people have really started setting the bar high for gifts in recent years. Whatever happened to an orange, socks and selection boxes?
The presents are great, but at what price do they come? Get ready to have your yuletide cheer deflated with the 20 worst things about Christmas. It tastes like if the insides of a real egg had the texture of a Cadbury Egg, and not in a good way. You have to go through everyone you know in your mind and figure out which people will probably buy you a gift so you can buy them one to make it even. Seeing family is great, but sleeping on a bed intended for a year-old while visiting your family almost makes it not worth it. What am I supposed to do with a Christmas card?
Telling a kid that Santa isn't real without their parents' permission
Please refresh the page and retry. C hristmas may be the time of year for giving and spending time with loved ones, but not everyone feels an overwhelming sense of joy when the festivities begin. I just wish we did like a white elephant or Secret Santa thing, but nope. I have to buy gifts for my grandparents, my parents including step parents , my siblings, my wife's parents and her siblings, the dogs I love Christmas, but man does it get expensive!
It may be "the most wonderful time of the year," but just because the holiday season lifts practically everyone's spirits, doesn't mean that there aren't a few Grinches or Scrooges out there who will try and ruin the fun. From telling a kid that Santa Claus doesn't exist, to buying a lame gift for your grab bag party, here are the worst things you can do on Christmas. Don't be that guy. Sure, you may think that your eight-year-old cousin Johnny is old enough to know the truth behind the magic of Santa Claus, but if you're not his parent, it's not your decision to make. This goes for pretty much any party you're invited to year-round. It's always rude to the host or hostess to bring a surprise guest when they were only expecting a certain number of people. Plus, if you bring your brand-new boyfriend of only a month to Christmas dinner, Grandma might give you the evil eye all evening.