Holinights Series by Lee Jacquot

3.98 · 311 ratings
  • Christmas on the Thirteenth Floor (Holinights #1)
    #1

    Christmas on the Thirteenth Floor (Holinights #1)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 3.76 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 36 ratings · published 2021

    My boss, Mr. Chen... sucks.He’s the biggest grinch that’s ever plagued the earth, and not even his pretty face or his Black card can make up for his crap personality.I can write a book about all the ways I hate him and his alluring dominance that somehow attracts everyone, including me. But instead, I’ll settle for being a pain and continuing to defy him in any way possible while still keeping my job... more

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  • The Four Leaf (Holinights #2)
    #2

    The Four Leaf (Holinights #2)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 3.81 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 69 ratings · published 2022

    Everyone’s heard the story. Two best friends grow up together, fall in love, get married, and live happily ever after. But what about the one where the girl gets friend-zoned after an awkward attempt at making a move on her best friend? That’s my story.More than a decade has passed, and while our platonic relationship somehow survived, I still cringe when I think about it. Like now. I’m supposed to be getting my hotel ready for all the guests from the St... more

  • Liberty Falls (Holinights #3)
    #3

    Liberty Falls (Holinights #3)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 4.21 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 26 ratings · published 2022

    Kameron Ford can lick the bottom of my shoe.No, really, I’d pay almost anything to see my childhood rival on his knees, ankle in hand, with my foot dangling in his smug little face.And I’m pretty sure if you asked him, he wouldn’t mind me tasting his boots.Sounds a little much, but it’s been like this since we were old enough to talk, and even then I’m sure it was a race as to who spoke first. I’m pretty sure we were born to be this way, and in the three decades since, nothing has changed... more

  • Hollow's Grove (Holinights #4)
    #4

    Hollow's Grove (Holinights #4)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 4.22 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 5 of 5
    · 59 ratings · published 2022

    My best friend’s brother is the most infuriating person to walk this planet.Since the day I met him, he’s made it his mission in life to make mine hell. If he’s not hiding behind the nearest dark corner, he's plotting his next trick.That’s Dorian Davis, and nothing about him has changed in the two decades that I’ve known him.I should be used to it by now. Immune to his antics. I even considered myself prepared when his sister coerced us into helping her host a Halloween party for her company... more

  • Cupids Peak (Holinights #5)
    #5

    Cupids Peak (Holinights #5)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 4.06 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 39 ratings · published 2023

    Hermit, introvert, homebody. All are adjectives that can be used to describe me, and that’s how I like it. I’m content within the four walls of my home, safe from all the work one has to put in just to walk outside. But solitary life also means the only real romance I get to experience is from my holiday movie marathons and watching my old high school crush play for the NHL. My extroverted twin sister, however, doesn’t like my plans and sets me up on a date. A blind date. On Valentine's Day... more

  • Mother's Day Inn (Holinights #6)
    #6

    Mother's Day Inn (Holinights #6)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 3.99 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 27 ratings · published 2023

    I had everything under control until I met Theo.My life was simple, straightforward, and clean. I thrived in my career, improved daily at being a single parent, and disguised any not-so-ideal parts of my life pretty well.Like the fact I carried more than a few insecurities my ex-husband left me with. The biggest being the simple notion that I was one of many options, and my idea of love was ridiculous.I knew it only existed on the big screen or in the pages of books, but I still wanted it... more

  • The Labor Day Chronicle (Holinights #7)
    #7

    The Labor Day Chronicle (Holinights #7)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 3.78 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 5 of 5
    · 17 ratings · published 2023

    It’s crazy to think how the man I once admired morphed into the bane of my existence. Declan Foxx was at one time my idol, the man who wrote stories so incredible that the very path of my future was changed. I didn’t just look up to him, I aspired to be just like him. But when the day came I got to meet him, I realized what a pompous jerk he was.Vain, arrogant, naturally talented, and demanding... more

  • Home for the Holidays (Holinights #8)
    #8

    Home for the Holidays (Holinights #8)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 3.91 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 20 ratings · published 2023

    Elliot Rivera is the definition of forbidden. Even in high school, when I first laid eyes on the mysterious boy, I knew better than to get involved. He screamed of broken promises and shattered hearts, and nowhere in my agenda did I have time for either. Then again, I didn't have time for anything outside my already overwhelming schedule. Volleyball, advanced classes, and college prep were enough to fill my time, making me the wallflower who vowed only to watch but never touch. And I did... more

  • Midnight Drop (Holinights #9)
    #9

    Midnight Drop (Holinights #9)

    Lee Jacquot

    Rated: 4.04 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 18 ratings · published 2023

    Arian Kinkaid grinds my damn gears. He was everything I aspired to be; successful, talented, creative. And for the longest time, he was my inspiration. My guide. But the saying never meet your idol came from somewhere, and I now fully understand why. He’s an asshole. No. More like arrogant. Entitled. Frustrating. And until New Year’s Eve, I avoided ever seeing him again at all costs... more

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