Getting Scrooged

Blinded to the present…

Holly Knight doesn’t have time for Christmas. As the head of Knight Enterprises in Chicago, she doesn’t have time for anything, not even a personal life—other than her brief, secret liaisons with men who remain strangers. Until a new stranger comes to town…

Ebenezer Hall is a ‘closer’. His job: negotiate a merger with a woman who is as notorious for being a hard-ass as he is for being a charmer no one can resist—and he’s not above mixing business with pleasure as long as it’ll get him what he wants.

The chemistry is sizzling hot, and things get even hotter when Ben’s friends and long-time lovers Justin and Kit arrive in Chicago. Three gorgeous men are even more exciting than one, and Holly’s body is sated in ways she’s never even dreamed of. But she can’t allow herself to be distracted for long—her priority is always business…and protecting her heart.

Can an infamous playboy and a hard-hearted corporate mogul ever admit to their heart’s desires? Or will it take a little holiday magic for them to realize that all they want for Christmas is each other?
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What Reviewers & Readers Are Saying about Getting Scrooged

“…hot enough to melt the snow…I couldn’t put it down!”

~Love Books Review

“This one will scorch your socks off!”

~Reader Review~Linda

“…scorching…seriously hot …A very sexy Christmas story with a sweet HEA.”

~Under the Covers Book Blog

“The perfect read for the holiday season!”

~My Secret Romance Book Reviews

A delightfully kinky read! Deliciously erotic…”

~Reader Review

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Eden Bradley | Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Eden Bradley (aka Eve Berlin) writes dark, edgy character-driven erotic fiction. Her work has been called “elegant, intelligent and sensual.” Her debut novel, The Dark Garden, has been praised as “a masterpiece”, and was a Romantic Times Top Pick, as was her erotic novel Forbidden Fruit. Her novel The Lovers was called “the thinking woman’s erotica.”