A Christmas Day to Remember by Trin Denise

What if you go on a train ride that could change your life forever? Kristen buys a train ticket to visit Chicago for a shopping spree. But this is no ordinary train ride, it is a train full of eligible lesbians.


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Review by Caroline Domenech

Here she meets the gorgeous Aeden, who buys her a drink at the on-board Christmas party. As Kristen tries to resist Aeden’s charms, fates bring them together as they are made to share the same suite by accident, or so it seems. Unable to resist anymore, both give into temptation and the next twenty-four hours will change their lives forever.

 

Trin Denise brings us a story of ‘lust at first sight’, where two women are brought together in a sexy train ride. You can call it a ‘short, sweet, and to the point’ with interesting characters, a great sexy story, and a plot twist that will keep you guessing until the very end.

 

In my opinion, as I have read other books by this same author, her books are all full of adventure, good drama, memorable characters, and the most surprising plot twist I have ever read. Every time I purchase a book by Trin Denise, I’m never disappointed and they always blow my mind away. A Christmas day to Remember, as her other stories, will not disappoint the reader in the very least. If you are looking for something unique and wish to get your Christmas spirit up and running, this book is the right one for you.

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