Author: Kimberly Van Meter and Liz Talley
Published: October 20th 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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The Wrong Bed—But the Right Guy!
Ignited by Kimberly Van Meter
What do you do when a sexy, naked fireman gets into your bed? If you're Alexis Matheson, you freak out. But now she's snowed in with Layton Davis, and suddenly Alexis's best intentions to behave seem to have disappeared up the chimney. Because a hot 'n' naughty firefighter in her bed might be the best Christmas surprise ever…
Where There's Smoke by Liz Talley
Emma Rose Brent is sure she's dreaming when Erik Matheson, her bestie's Überhot older brother—who she's been crushing on for years—mistakenly slips into her bed, all gloriously naked. But Emma must have been a very good girl this year, because she's been given the best gift of all: the chance to be really, really bad…
When I first glanced at this pretty, I didn't realize it was two stories in one. It was actually a very welcome surprise in my opinion. The two stories parallel each other, and they couldn't be more amazing!
In Kimberly Van Meter's Ignited, we have Alexis and Layton. She isn't supposed to be in the house when he accidentally climbs into bed with her. When her best friend and her brother leave them alone and they end up being snowed in together, they start to get to know each other, as friends and something much more. Alexis and Layton have this adorable charm together, and I loved watching their romance blossom.
In Liz Talley's Where There's Smoke, we have Emma and Erik (Alexis's best friend and brother). They head off in the snow and end up getting in an accident. After being unable to contact anyone on their phones, they go into an abandoned cabin not far from there for shelter, warmth, and food. For years Emma and Erik have had feelings for each other, and now that they're stuck together alone, they finally have the chance to see if they can have more.
Both books in A Wrong Bed Christmas were great! I loved how they happened alongside each other and that you could just feel yourself in the story. I'm so glad I had the chance to read these two stories!