Following a painful divorce, all pastry chef Shae Kenney wants for Christmas is one good date that doesn’t end in disaster. When Aidan Meyer, a smoking hot hunk from her past, matches with her on a dating app, Shae asks Santa for the strength not to screw it up. But when one perfect date with Aidan rolls into a second date, then a third and a fourth, Shae’s fear of heartbreak might just sabotage one of the best gifts she’s ever received—real love.
Point of view:
3rd person. Alternating perspectives, clearly defined.
While this stands on it’s own, the books are best enjoyed in order starting with Fit. Specifically, Shae is cousin to Keira from Sated.
As book 3.5, Wrapped is a fun bonus addition to the Fit Trilogy. While it doesn’t have the BDSM element of the main books – Shae and Aiden still burn up the sheets. And the couch. And the kitchen. Shae is still nursing emotional wounds from her divorce when she meets up with Aiden via a dating app. Aiden & Shae used to work together and secretly had crushes on each other. Now they just have to get on the same page present day. It was an enjoyable sweet & sexy read.
Hey, are there recipes posted for any of Shae’s bakery goods anywhere?
About the author:
After years of meddling in her friends’ love lives, Rebekah Weatherspoon turned to writing romance to get her fix. Raised in Southern New Hampshire, Rebekah Weatherspoon now lives in Southern California where she will remain forever because she hates moving.
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My Favorite Quotes
Thank Santa, Frosty and Rudolph that she was already lying down, because otherwise she would have fainted. – Wrapped by @RdotSpoon #FitTrilogy #Novella #HolidayTweet
Sometimes really sweet, hot guys just like weird girls like us. They can’t help it. We’re so cute. – Wrapped by @RdotSpoon #FitTrilogy #Novella #HolidayTweet