Naughty & Nice: ‘Tis the Season by Marisa Oldham, Emma Payne, S.M. Rose and Noah Wilde

Review from my All About Books site…

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Naughty & Nice:  'Tis the Season Naughty & Nice: ‘Tis the Season

SYNOPSIS:

Want a read to warm you up during your holiday nights? Naughty & Nice: ’Tis the Season includes four stories of interoffice romance, love, and steamy encounters. Each story takes place at the Hannigan, Muniz & Bosemer annual holiday party, an event that whisks readers to new heights of erotic experiences between coworkers.

Winter Games by Marisa Oldham: The sexy janitor of the office building sets out to make the party a little dirtier for one hard-working employee.

All I Want for Christmas by Emma Payne: The heartbroken CEO’s Executive Assistant seeks comfort in the arms of a heartbroken man.

Alone for the Holidays by S.M. Rose: CEO Eve Hannigan finally meets her match in an unlikely person.

Deck My Halls by Noah Wilde: A timid man tries to find his voice so he can approach the woman he’s admired from afar.

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Kindle Unlimited: how does it affect authors, and what’s the deal with the KOLL?

Interesting article on Kindle Unlimited written by I Love My Kindle.

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Kindle Unlimited: how does it affect authors, and what’s the deal with the KOLL?

You know that look Indiana Jones has in that one scene, where the  adventuring archaeologist  thinks everything cool, and suddenly, it all goes reverse  Sisyphus? 😉

That’s the look a lot of the book industry still has after Amazon introduced its subser (that’s what I call a subscription service) for e-books and audiobooks for adults.

I’ve already written about it more than once, but there’s a lot more to say since I wrote

It’s official! Kindle Unlimited is here with 639,621 titles

way back on…Friday. 😉

I said at that point I was going to address how this was affecting authors, and that’s going to be one of the two parts of this post.

A lot of people want to know if this is good or bad for authors, and like almost everything, in my opinion, it’s both.

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