Raisa Greywood-Jennifer’s Christmas Daddy Excerpt!

HOT holidays? It’s possible!
Keep reading for an excerpt from Jennifer’s Christmas Daddy by Raisa Greywood.


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Santa isn’t the only one who knows a good girl when he sees one…

With no two-legged companions to share the holiday, veterinarian Jennifer Dane volunteers to take the Christmas shift at the clinic. She’s got naughty books, a fridge full of treats, and some furry friends to keep her company. Things couldn’t get much merrier. That is, until Kaden McLeod wrecks his car near the hospital, and it’s Jennifer who patches the former military man up. In the process, it quickly becomes obvious that the two have a chemistry hot enough to singe mistletoe.

A daddy with all the best sugar for good girls, Kaden quickly earns Jennifer’s trust and submission, making her purr like a kitten with his demanding but tender affection. But when an unwelcome visitor puts an end to their idyllic holiday, Kaden will be forced to do a little chasing in order to salvage the duo’s New Year.


Kaden blinked, his vision fading in and out with the pounding in his head. The woman who had gotten him out of his car looked too small to hold his weight, but despite her diminutive size, managed to support him well enough that he could lean on her as she walked him carefully through a medical office.

Maybe things were looking up for him. Who got lucky enough to wreck right outside a hospital? But instead of taking him to a treatment room, she helped him into a shabby office with a battered brown couch and a metal desk.
When she helped him to the low couch, he sank into it gratefully. His head swam and he thought he might be sick.
“Lie down, sir. Let’s take a look at the cut on your head. I think you also have a concussion, but the only thing I have for pain is some acetaminophen.”
“What kind of hospital is this?” he muttered, lifting his hand to his aching forehead.
“It’s a veterinary clinic. I can try to call for an ambulance, though.” She pressed a button on the multi-line phone on the desk and cursed.
“Problems?” he asked, closing his eyes. Shit, his head felt like it might explode.
“No service, and I know my cell doesn’t work out here.”
Maybe he hadn’t been so lucky, after all. “Awesome,” he growled. “I’m stuck in the middle of nowhere with a dog sitter.” He rubbed at his eyes, knowing he’d been unconscionably rude when she’d only been trying to help.
She arched a dark brow and her pink lips twitched up into a smile as he looked at her properly for the first time. Whoever this woman was, she was a knockout. She had big brown eyes fringed with thick lashes. Her dark hair was tied into braids on both sides of her head, making her look like a teenager. She wore jeans and a sweatshirt with a logo stitched over her left breast. He found the utter lack of artifice very attractive, certainly more so than Brittany’s too-heavy makeup and constant trips to the salon.
“Sorry, no offense. What’s your name, honey?”
“Dr. Jennifer Dane,” she replied, still giving him that half smile. “Though I do walk dogs in my free time.”

About Raisa

Author of filthy smut, empty nester, and cat snuggler, Raisa grew up in traveling all over the world with a military family, but finally settled down and married the love of her life. After nearly a quarter century together, she and her husband are still very much in love. They even hold hands in public! They share the house they bought as newlyweds with a pair of irascible cats and a big red rescue horse.

She’s worked as a teacher, an actuary (her husband called her a bookie – which isn’t too far from the truth), mother, scout leader, and is now enjoying semi-retirement.

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