The Thanksgiving Game:A Holiday Story – Phyllis Bourne Book Review

The Thanksgiving Game:A Holiday Story – Phyllis Bourne



Toi and Lennox (The Hook-Up Before Christmas) are looking forward to spending Thanksgiving Day in the bedroom – until family demanding a holiday feast derails their plan. So, the couple concocts a secret game to survive the onslaught and enjoy some naughty holiday fun.

Queenie’s Review

 Toi and Lennox only wants to spend Thanksgiving Day “alone”. But their parents have other plans. Since they really want to be “alone” together they decide to play a game with their parents in their home. This was a very short, funny, and loving story. I never predicted how the story would end. This is a quick story that you will laugh all the way through. This is a page turner and a funny, easy read that will that you will enjoy. I really don’t care for their parents because they were negative about Toi and Lennox’s relationship. I have never read anything by this author before but I will soon. I give this book five stars. 


About the Author


A former newspaper crime reporter, Phyllis Bourne writes to feed a growing lipstick addiction. A nominee for Romance Writers of America’s 2016 RITA® award and a two-time Golden Heart finalist, she has also been nominated for an RT BOOKReviews Reviewers Choice Award and won Georgia Romance Writers prestigious Maggie Award of Excellence.

When she’s not at the computer, Phyllis can be found at a cosmetics counter spending the grocery money. She lives in Nashville with an understanding husband, who in one kiss can discern the difference between a department store and drugstore lip gloss.

Check her out at www.phyllisbourne.com and www.facebook.com/phyllisbournebooks

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