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10 thoughts on “What Do You Say To A Naked Elf?

  1. says:

    My mom wrote this book how cool to be so close to the action

  2. says:

    This book was better than I thought it would be I rather enjoyed it and thought that the characters and story were well created That is, until the end I felt that the ending was a bit rushed and too pat Everything came together in a way that, although not unexpected, seemed a little too perfect.

  3. says:

    I picked this book up at a Library used book sale Yes, I ll admit it I bought it ONLY because of the title It s really good so far I LOVED how the begining of it takes place in Walker, MICHIGAN Not far from me at all I used to work in Walker so I know exactly what she s talking about Such a page turner I spent many nights up way too late reading this I finished an hour or so ago SUCH a great ending

  4. says:

    A book about a sex toy seller seducing her elven lawyer who is defending her for a murder of a criminal bunny should have been a lot entertaining

  5. says:

    I read this as a joke don t worry.

  6. says:

    I LOVED this book, have reread it multiple times, and plan to reread it later It s funny, very romantic, great well written dialogue and the steamy hotness parts are well written Great story line and World building, loved the characters The world is like a grownup Harry Potter.Jane, female lead, reminds me of a grownup Pollyanna Pollyanna movie , always looking to make a bad situation better, always trying to help people, even if she puts herself at dire risk She consistently makes choices that are out of left field, irreverent, funny, good hearted and attempting to be helpful Her life choices may be off putting on Earth, but I suspect they may have deep, invisible, magical helpfulness in the Elf world Initially in the first few pages, she s understandably a little abrasive towards her kidnappers.Charlie, male lead, reminds me of a grumpy, frumpy Marc Darcy Bridget Jones Diary who gets knocked out of his stale little life by Jane His worship of rules regulations and his desperate desire to conform take a beating when Jane busts into his life AUTHOR Please Cheryl Sterling, Please I would LOVE to see this built out into a series and Roberts Rules Undone 2 re edited and reissued towards that goal Or this small series rebooted and built out into 10, and don t be shy to have a team of writers dream up escapades to pack into it Other authors do it Desired Potential Outline for Build out of Series contains unavoidable spoilers view spoiler

    1 Dramatics involving initial growing pains involving new pregnancy and new relationship a Early Stages of Pregnancy 1 2 books i Possible fights over Jane s independence desire to be than an sheltered oven , her wanting to get out explore this new world vs real threats to her the throne Dramatic fireworks, Breakup Makeup potential ii Miscarriage risks for Jane, and deeply touching scenes with Charlie Does this initial pregnancy fail, freeing Jane up for stretching out a very dramatic lengthy 10 book courtship Or should the pregnancy be troubled touching scene either way.iii Two leads still don t know each other that well, and should be some dramatics over adapting to living with each other, and Jane s adaption to a 3rd world country, which may be than she bargained for.iv Charlie s New Political Status Could this go to his head, either his ego, or his workaholism This could cause Breakups Juicy Makeups during the pregnancy for the next few years for them.v Jane s Adjustment to 3rd World Lifestyle while Pregnant Ongoing issues Funny, and or leading to Community World wide dramatics over fertility boom, and who might ve been leftout and pissed, or died due to lack of medical care Vendettas, wars started, Kidnap attempts 1 Kidnap risk These fertile women would be viewed as great targets for kidnap by the left out, as viable brides The kids they carry could be used as barter, slaves, or adoptees a Jane would be a great target.vii Male Impact Panic individually and community if an entire world that was pretty much infertile for decades should suddenly have the female workforce go to light duty or deal with morning sickness Humor, realistic problems, dramatics potential.viii Lack of medical care to handle all the load, heart rending, touching scenes there b Middle Stages 1 book i Still growing pains for new relationship Breakups Super Hot Makeups.ii Jane s Adjustment to 3rd World Lifestyle while Pregnant Ongoing issues Funny, or leading to fights.iii Community World Wide Impacts healthwise, medical care, wars vendettas continue a Late Stages i Medical Scares Community wide, worldwide, and personal level Very touching scenes I want to see Charlie put through the wringer 1 Statistically there will be some deaths due to lack of medical care, which will prompt hatred, jealousy, retribution ii Community World Wide Impacts not enough medical care, world wide PANIC trying to line up the staff 1 Humor potential with trying to train everybody for labor delivery, setting up the assembly lines 2 Vulnerability to Attack increasing as the women literally become defenseless, and the community labor gets diverted to helping them b Labor 1 book i All heck breaks loose 1 Community World Wide a labors everywhere, not enough medical care Lucille Ball in the chocolate factory i Some deaths, resulting in vendettas, and kidnap attempts b Communities are very vulnerable at this time, so it s PERFECT time to attack 2 Jane s Labor this should be heartrending touching, and Charlie definitely should be put through the wringer Maybe it comes early while they are traveling or running from the bad guys c Post Babies Sky s the limit on number of books 1 Community World Wide a Lots of alienated people who either didn t get the fertility, or it failed for them tragically As they see the babies, the anger builds Wars b Vulnerability to Attack kidnap of both babies and fertile women c Community adjustment to babies which had become rare Lack of medical and childcare help Humor Practical growing pains 2 Jane s Adjustment to 3rd World Lifestyle with a Baby and a New Relationship a Lots of stress on the relationship babycare, housework, diaper trauma in a 3rd World without Pampers or Washer Dryers, lack of sleep, loss of independence for Jane which would be a HUGE DEAL Jane may find herself dreaming of sneaking off for a nice Earth vacation with a TV, hottub, or some rare privacy, maybe secretly inner tube floating down a gorgeous Earth river in her hometown This could go awry really badly, with lots of dramatics b Charlie is most likely na ve to the Western Civilization idea of Daddies helping Mommies with baby housework Probably huge frustration for Jane He may view this as the time to really became workaholic and disappear, or become besotted with his new status, this is the social status he always wanted as a kid Growing pains Breakups Makeups

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  7. says:

    This was.cute I picked it up because a co worker made fun of it and I thought the title was funny It had potential It did not live up to it It felt very much like the author was trying WAY too hard The heroine is supposed to be flippant and sassy She simply comes off as brash and annoying Sadly, what should be an endearing trait makes her very unlikable Both worlds seemed to take to each other far too easily Jane to the world of magic within a day, she was perfectly ok with this world where she can suddenly rip holes in walls and the elves to Earth things ie, the sex toys Jane sells as a second job and Earth lingerie The love interest spends too much time flipping back and forth I can t stand her No I want her Theirs is a relationship driven purely by physical desire there is very little to recommend a true love match There was far too much coincidence, with the ending all wrapped up and tied with a pretty bow All that being said, it is a cute story, if you re looking for a no brainer to chill with.

  8. says:

    I have read this book so many times I m surprised I haven t gotten a good reader badge lol I LOVE this book It s full of action, adventure, and love with surprises around every corner I started reading it again but stopped to read a few others, I knew it would be waiting for me to come back to it

  9. says:

    DNF I was really excited for this book It sounded wonderful and hilarious, but it was just so boring I couldn t get invested in any of the characters or the story The smut, which I skipped ahead to read just to see if there was a bright light on the horizon, was lackluster It was just majorly disappointing.

  10. says:

    This is one of the worst things I ve ever tried to read, with one of the most annoying heroines I ve ever encountered I m glad I only initially bought the used book to display in my weird book collection.

Jane Drysdale Is A Secretary By Day, Sex Toy Saleswoman By Night, And Obsessed With Old TV Series Reruns In Her Spare Time It S A Routine, Boring Life Then Her Car Hits A Shape Shifter Elf Disguised As A Bunny, And Before She Knows It, She S Transported To The Magical World Of Lowth And Put On Trial For Vehicular ElficideIt S Not Anything Like What She S Watched On Law And Order Her Legal Council Is Half Fairy, Half Elf Charlie Whelphite, Who Spends Part Of His Time Trying To Decipher Jane Speak, And The Rest Of It Mourning The Loss Of His Nice, Comfortable Rut Self Conscious Of His Wings In A Wing Free Society, He Doesn T Need Them Vibrating Whenever She S Near A Dormant Side Of Jane Emerges She Soon Takes Charge Of Her Life, Dragging Charlie Along, As They Begin An Epic Journey Of Danger, Destiny And Mutual Attraction Lowth, Which Has An Agenda Of Its Own, Alternates Between Helping And Hindering Them On Their Trip Through Swamps, White Water Rapids And Encounters With A Homicidal ElfAs Jane And Charlie Confront Their Heritage And The Difference Between Their Worlds, The Answer Soon Emerges To The Question What Do You Say To A Naked Elf

  • Kindle Edition
  • 342 pages
  • What Do You Say To A Naked Elf?
  • Cheryl Sterling
  • English
  • 19 August 2019

About the Author: Cheryl Sterling

Cheryl Sterling is an American author of several paranormal and contemporary romance novels and short stories Her first novel, What Do You Say to a Naked Elf , was a finalist in the TARA contest and was later sold to Leisure Books, an imprint of Dorchester Publishing.Cheryl is a co founder and past president of Grand Rapids Region Writers Group in Grand Rapids, MI She has conducted several works