[Book Review] Spanish Christmas by Noa Xireau

Spanish Christmas

by Noa Xireau

(Stand Alone)

Kindle Edition: 68 pages

Published: December 7th 2015 by Ellora’s CAVe

Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance

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Synopsis (From Goodreads)

When Stella accepted Armando Gonzalez’s invitation to spend her holidays at his hacienda in Spain, she expected the kinkiest Christmas ever and an opportunity to make him fall in love with her sexy curves. Nobody had warned her about Armando’s hot, yummy brothers, the possibility of receiving a few nice spankings, or the risk of losing her heart when she took the Gonzalez brothers up on their crazy bet.

With Armando, Ivan and Carolos making her melt in steaming need, it wasn’t Santa who’d make her naughtiest wishes come true on Three Kings Eve.

Reader Advisory: This story has graphic sexual language and scenes—no closed bedroom doors (or other rooms) here!

My thoughts on Spanish Christmas

This was fun! Honestly. The characters are light and very easy to distinguish from each other. Even at the beginning of the book you could see the difference and if the reader it’s on the lookout or engaged enough, would be able to see clues as to what was happening in the first and second chapters alone.

Stella it’s a woman that it’s in love with Armando Gonzalez. He asked her to come to his hacienda (estate) for the holidays and she went there because she wants him. She wants to make him fall in love with her and have a future together. Obviously there are a few miscalculations in her plan *smiles*

You’ll see… Armando has two brothers living in the hacienda at the same time that Stella is there. She wants to surprise Armando and she ends up with him in the library. Again at night, she wants to surprise him, ending up in bed with him, with the lights off… but in the morning.

*laugh out loud*

Oh my God! I had to read it again and I really like how the three of them took things in their own hands. They wanted her, they will get her and that was all that matters to them.
Something that surprises me was the Magi celebration. The fact that, the gifts are not under the three on Christmas but on January 6th… That was a new one for me. That is a tradition that where I come from does not work the same way. We had gifts on Christmas Day and on January 6th *stick her tongue out* Yeah, lucky kids, right?

It’s a very sweet, romantic and kinky story that I enjoy a lot. The scene with the family at dinner, I have no words for that, I mean… yeah… The scene with the horse and the parade where amazing. The cake? OMG that was gooooooood.

The writing style its light, the story flows really well and I didn’t get that feeling of “when this is going to end?” or “let’s get to the good part”. I do have to say that there are sex scenes in this book, and boy they are good. I, particularly, did not found myself scan reading them because they were to the point, hot, sexy but not overly extended, just the right amount of everything.

I liked the story line too, simple and honest. Not going around or making things complicated. I liked that each character has a presence even when Stella try to make things spicier it doesn’t feel like she is out of her personality; it’s just her being sassy.

What I didn’t like about this book? I had to put the kindle down more than 2 times before I managed to read the scene in the dark. There was nothing wrong with that scene but to that point I was so sure it was going to cost her, so I was just… Yeah… And I was right *laugh again* after that I had no problem reading the rest in one sitting.

Obs: I put the book/kindle/tablet down when I found a situation particularly embarrassing, just like when you are watching a movie and covered your eyes when the actor/actress does something embarrassing 🙂


Could there be other problems apart from the fact that she was tied, half naked and about to be punished by the three hottest men she’d ever known? Wait, that didn’t really sound like a problem, did it?





“You can open your eyes and stop choking me.”

Show me the path, my star. I’ll follow you to the end of the world.


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noa-xireau-authorMulti-published, award-winning romance autor. Noa simply tells the stories of the people living in her mind. The reason all of these stories are full of erotic adventures, sexual fantasies and yummy males is still a mystery but she obviously isn’t responsible for that (or at least that’s what she says).

Her motto is “Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere”. Maybe that’s why she’s always off visiting other worlds, even if her home is in the beautiful south of Spain. But just don’t try to tell her that she isn’t a good girl as that’s about as risky as taking away her beloved chocolate or alpha heroes!

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