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Jennifer Kacey: A Very Ménage Christmas (Contest)
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

A Very Ménage Christmas E-book and Naughty Giveaway

Holiday traditions are a big part of Christmas for me and my family.

We make holiday cookies, normally at least a dozen different kinds, to share with friends, family, neighbors, and our employees. My ten year old and I decorate the entrance of our property and put up the Christmas tree and other decorations to get in the holiday spirit.  I make Christmas cards to send to everyone with lots of pictures throughout the last 12 months. I couldn’t help but put a pic of me at my first book signing this year on the card. Might have to frame the card for my office! Talk about a major milestone. ***happy dance***

On Christmas Eve, we go to the candle light service at church, and then come home to eat summer sausage and cheese and crackers. Before going to bed, we lay out milk and cookies for Santa, because we have to do our part in keeping his strength up!

On Christmas morning we wake up and dump out our stockings and open lots of presents, showing off what we got from the big guy in red. It’s a wonderful day and I love spending it with my family.


To spread a little Christmas cheer I’m going to give away an e-book copy of A Very Ménage Christmas, my newest release from Ellora’s Cave, a bit of naughty swag and a giant candy cane. Once you read the story you’ll know exactly why that particular phallic shaped object needed to be included with your goodies. ***GRINS***

So…tell me your favorite tradition for Christmas and you just might win! Merry Christmas to all and to all a naughty night!!!!!

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Skye has spent her life being the perfect daughter for her prominent, wealthy parents. She says all the right things, wears all the right clothes…and lies through her teeth about the kind of sex she needs. The bland “gentlemen” she dates don’t know a thing about what gets her going—and when they find out, they run screaming. In her deepest, naughtiest dreams, she finds a man…or two…who knows just how to tie her up and tease her until she’s begging for more. But those guys don’t really exist, do they?

Jackson wants one thing for Christmas, and her name is Skye. He’s watched her from afar for ages, biding his time, waiting for his chance to give her the kind of pleasure she craves. And this Christmas he’s going to get his way. He’s enlisted his buddy Nick and the two of them are going to give Skye a holiday treat she’ll never forget.

Inside Scoop: This holiday threesome features bondage and spanking benches…and creates whole new uses for Christmas lights and candy canes.

A Romantica® BDSM erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

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Jennifer Kacey is a wife, mother, and business owner living with her family in Texas. She sings in the shower, plays piano in her dreams, and has to have a different color of nail polish every week. The best advice she’s ever been given? Find the real you and never settle for anything less.

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9 comments to “Jennifer Kacey: A Very Ménage Christmas (Contest)”

  1. Jennifer Sapa
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 11:02 am · Link

    Merry Christmas Jennifer. Our favorite tradition is making beef jerky for all the men in the family. Believe it or not the beef jerky makes the house smell so good while it is being dehydrated. My husband has four brothers and it is a friendly competition each year to see who makes the best beef jerky.

  2. Michelle - Snarky Mom
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 12:40 pm · Link

    Stockings are also big for us – it is the time I had alone with my parents & sister… and the time we now have alone with our kids before all the Grands come downstairs for present opening. Oh, and not sure how it’s used in the menage book, but I will go so far as to say that The Man has always given me my “Big Bob” EVERY year in my stocking – and here’s my hint – proceed cautiously, because peppermint CAN burn… 💡

  3. Toni Whitmire
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 2:58 pm · Link

    Merry Xmas everyone when I was younger my grandmother would come to visit and we would all go to the flowerhouse to see all the different kinds of Christmas flowers

  4. Pat Freely
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 5:22 pm · Link

    Since all my family has passed on , I enjoy filling friends stockings with goodies. As an aside, peppermint. Does burn.

  5. Rachelle Lerner
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 8:03 pm · Link

    My Christmas tradition used to be being on call for Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services before they changed the system. Since I’m Jewish, I did not mind being on call on Christian Holidays.

  6. Ginger Robertson
    · December 22nd, 2013 at 8:08 pm · Link

    Hi Jennifer
    I enjoyed reading the blurb for A Very Ménage Christmas and sounds like it will be a wonderful read.

    You appear to be a very busy person with your family, business and writing.

    My family gets together on Christmas Day and we always make it extra special for the kids. My sister always takes pictures which we all get to enjoy. We draw names in my family as I am 1 of 7 kids, spouses, 10 grand kids and a few great grand kids. With that being the case you never know what you will end up with for a gift. Everyone brings a dish so that my mom isn’t overwhelmed with cooking. There’s a lot of fun and mischief going on too.

    Merry Christmas to your family and you.

  7. Jennifer Kacey
    · December 23rd, 2013 at 3:37 pm · Link

    Hi Everybody!!!

    Sorry I’m late to my own party, I’ve been sicker than a dog!!! (I’ve never really understood that saying but I’m going with it).

    Thanks for all the wonderful answers for holiday traditions and may each of you have a great holiday!!

  8. Mary Preston
    · December 24th, 2013 at 2:54 am · Link

    One of my favorite traditions is having pizza , a DVD and opening up one Christmas gift on Christmas Eve. So relaxed & a lot of fun.

  9. Gail Siuba
    · December 24th, 2013 at 8:11 am · Link

    I’m a little late, been working a lot of hours, but my favorite tradition is when we all get up in the morning, have coffee, tea or hot chocolate and then gather around the tree. My daughter hands out presents and we all open one at a time. Simple and fun.

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