Christmas Lovers (#2 Kidnap Fantasies) by Jan Springer

Sergeant Connor Jordan, wounded overseas and sent back to the States to recuperate, just cannot stop fantasizing about the sexy nurse who cared for him.

Christmas lovers (#2 kidnap fantasies)

Sergeant Connor Jordan, wounded overseas and sent back to the States to recuperate, just cannot stop fantasizing about the sexy nurse who cared for him. 
When his brothers give him a holiday gift certificate to Kidnap Fantasies, a top-secret fantasy organization, Connor knows he'll use their gift, if only to help him forget his wickedly delicious attraction to Nurse Sparks. 

Nurse Tania Sparks has always been purely professional with her injured soldiers…until sinfully sexy Connor Jordan enters her hospital. He makes her body throb with an intense desire she's never known before. 
The last thing she wants is to get involved with the injured warrior. So what's a woman supposed to do to relieve her naughty frustrations? Call Kidnap Fantasies and have them supply her with a look-alike man who'll help her forget her sexy soldier… 

When Tania and Connor unexpectedly come together at a secluded mountain chalet, their love explodes in a ménage of passion, sensuous desires and a happily forever after. 

Contains ménage scenes.

Kidnap Fantasies series

Book 1 - Jade's Fantasy

Book 2 - Christmas Lovers

Book 3 - Zero to Sexy

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Contemporary Women

Language: English

Keywords: Christmas holiday, kidnap fantasy, nurse and soldier romance, contemporary erotic romance with menage, male male, male female with menage, mountain chalet love

Word Count: 17000

Sales info:

Christmas Lovers is Book 2 of the Kidnap Fantasies series.

It was first published with Ellora's Cave and experienced great sales. When EC closed, Christmas Lovers was published by Spunky Girl Publishing and continues to have good sales at English etailers combined.

Sample text:


So much pain he could just scream as he lay helpless in the U.S. military hospital bed they’d brought him to.

He remembered the nurse, the one with the soft voice who he’d immediately fallen in love with. She’d said something about burns and broken bones to his lower legs. A shrapnel wound near his heart. A concussion. Temporary blindness.

Shit, he was a freaking mess, wasn’t he?

But he’d been stabilized overseas. Brought back to the States at the direction of his brothers. They’d pulled heavy-duty strings getting him here so fast. They’d wanted him recuperating close to home, not in some foreign country.

Snatches of memories sifted through his mind. Memories of an explosion. Searing heat. Too-bright orange flames.

He remembered the agonized cries. His buddies’ cries, the feeling of helplessness. The terror and then, thankfully, the darkness.

Sergeant Connor Jordan jerked involuntarily as a feminine hand smoothed over his hot forehead.

Nurse Sparks, his Florence Nightingale.

She was back on duty, and he felt relieved. She always smelled so damned good and her soft touches were quick to settle his uneasiness. Quick to make the memories of that horrible day disappear.

“I can see they took the bandages off your eyes.”

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Johannes Schmid
Author review:
Great translator! Always done on time and a great quality! English communication is excellent!
I can highly recommend Johannes for your German translations. :-)
Jan Springer & Jasmine Black
Already translated. Translated by Daniele Giuffrè
Author review:
My readers are unhappy with the translation citing translation machine was used and bad translation.
Already translated. Translated by Fabielle Cruz
Author review:
Fabielle has already translated several of my books and she meets her deadlines, is very professional, does great translations and she is a pleasure to work with. Highly recommend!!
Already translated. Translated by Claudio Valerio Gaetani and Patricia Ceballos

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