Book Review | Tangled In Tinsel

Tangled In Tinsel by USA Today bestselling author Trilina Pucci is LIVE! Are you ready to celebrate the holidays Trilina style this year?  

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Imagine being snowed in with four hot successful men.

P.S. they’ve all played the hero in too many of your naughtiest dreams.

​​​​​​​Problem is, you work for them and that makes them off-limits.

Except now they’re looking at you like you’re Santa’s cookies.

And they definitely want to take a bite.

Talk about making you reconsider your life choices.

These four are aiming for Santa’s naughty list and I’m pretty sure I’m getting:

Jace

Reed

Alec

…and Cole

for Christmas.

It might’ve started as a decorating job.

But it ended Tangled in Tinsel.

Read Now:

✔️ Why choose

✔️ Forced proximity

✔️ Kinky rom-com

I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and options are my own.

Holy hotness. Excuse me while I fan myself.

It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book by this author and I NEED more. Desperately. I had so much fun reading it and it’s such a perfect holiday read. This book reminded me how much I love the forced proximity trope. Cole, Reed, Jace, Alec, and the lovely Samantha were so much fun to read about and I loved getting to know them all. The story was so witty, fun, and have I mentioned how HOT 🥵 it was?? Because it was very, very hot! This book is one of my most anticipated reads of this year and it was so worth the wait! If you’re looking for a fun and hot holiday read this is the book for you. No plot needed or in sight!

⭐⭐⭐⭐

About the Author:

Trilina is a USA Today Bestselling author who loves cupcakes and bourbon.

When she isn’t writing steamy love stories, she can be found devouring Netflix with her husband, Anthony, and their three kiddos. Pucci’s journey into writing started impulsively. She wanted to check off a box on her bucket list, but what began as wish-fulfillment has become incredibly fulfilling. Now she can’t see her life without her characters, her readers, and this community.

She’s known for being a trope defier, writing outside of the box and creating fictional worlds her readers never want to leave.

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