Review: Matzoh and Mistletoe by Jodie Griffin

Matzoh and Mistletoe by Jodie Griffin

5 stars

Rebecca Rickman spends every Christmas and Easter volunteering at the police department. She always partners up with the sexy Officer First Class Jeremy Kohler. This year though they are both single and the attraction won’t be held back, not even after she learns about his sexual preferences. 

This book was so good. I loved Rebecca and Jeremy’s sexy relationship. They slowly work through all of Rebecca’s trust issues after being abused emotionally, and physically by her ex-husband. She really has problems in the beginning with the dom/sub lifestyle but the more she learns, the more she realizes it’s not abusive, it’s actually caring. I loved how emotional those scenes were and how much Rebecca grows over this book. She goes from being a strong woman who is worn down, to reemerging as a confident woman who knows what she wants in the bedroom. 

I do wish this was a little bit longer because I wasn’t ready for it to end. 


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