I don’t know about you, but I thought Ellie Mae MacGregor’s The Naughty List was an adorably sexy novella, and I look forward to more writing from her. I’ll be honest, I was originally drawn in by the fabulous cover art for this book. I’ve always found older, “silver fox” types hot, and while it seemed a bit silly to have an erotic tale about Santa, I was in the mood for something a bit comedic. It’s been a rough year for many of us, and ending the year with something short, funny, and sexy was just what the doctor ordered.

This little story did not disappoint. At a short 56 digital pages, MacGregor packed in plenty of character development, several steamy scenes, and a romantic, feel-good ending.


Discussion Questions

If you haven’t had a chance to read the story yet, please do, and then come on back here to add your two cents to the conversation. Here are some questions to get you going. You can respond to any, all, or none of these (maybe you have something else you’d like to address).

What were you favorite lines/passages?

Could you relate to Kate or Nikolai? Why or why not?

How did you feel about the sex scenes?

What did you like best about the story?

Was there anything you didn’t like?


To access the original intro post, click here. You’ll find a short synopsis of the book there. And to keep up on future books in the club, click here. I’ll post the book the final week of the prior month to give everyone plenty of time to get their hands on a copy. Then, I’ll post questions and open up the discussion at the end of the month. To avoid spoilers, don’t check the comments until you are ready!

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