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Naughty or Nice

4.01 of 5 stars 4.01  ·  rating details  ·  2,709 ratings  ·  67 reviews
This winter, the New York Times bestselling author spices things up with something hot.In Naughty or Nice, Eric Jerome Dickey explores the lives of three sisters, each with their own man problems. But this holiday season, Frankie, Livvy, and Tommie McBroom are not only getting together, but finally gettin' it together-and discovering what family, sisterhood, and love are a ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 5th 2004 by NAL (first published 2003)
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Megan
THis was okay. THe story follows three sisters searching for love, sex, meaning, and shoes. (But not necesarily in that order for each.) I have a really hard time remembering names, in case you haven't already noticed that in my reviews. I rarely mention characters names. That being said, certain storylines in this book were more compelling than others. One sister searches for love on the internet, another looks for anonymous sex to help heal a broken heart (it remains to be seen if anyone reall ...more
Jeremy Allen Phelps
I find Eric jerome Dickey to be a very talented writer with a gift for telling a story. The characters in here are vivid, they are imaginable, they are in my head when I put the book down. For the week or so it took me to read this book I was engaged into the world he created. That, to me, is a sign of a writer who knows story telling. Nicely done.
Stephanie
I read this book in the fall of 2003 and LOVED it. Eric Jerome Dickey is just a really great writer. I really liked how each chapter was done in each main characters point of view.
Tane
Pretty good

The book was pretty good, but I feel like too much detail went into it, like he even describe how a table look,who cares
Kim Potts-Walker
Great read

This book held my attention quite well. The characters were attention holders. It took a couple of weeks to complete...
Leslie Pressley
kind of predictable. although, there was a strange little twist,with LIBBY at the end.
Jenise Shumaker
You will be surprised what happens when you open the door to the cyber world
Desiree
very nice read , and once again another kinda-sorta erotic book
Bobbie Wines
Loved it!!!
Lala Estrella
The ending was truly great.
Nicole Bedford
Man who would have though that we would get to know exactly who the twins were that was mentioned when Frankie was talking to her sisters...lol. I read Pleasures before reading this one so when they mentioned Frankie and then reading this one they mentioned the twins....I was in awe of this man all over again. He is such an amazing talent when it comes to pen to paper and I absolutely adore his work. Another good one from Dickey!
Kristine (fezabel)
I loved this book. I've read other books by this author and they're all worth reading. The characters are lively and real, the story moves along and keeps one interested, the holiday theme is present but not overwhelming and it has a good message of love and family. My only drawback is that the characters don't really stand out from others he has written. They're almost stereotypical images.

Definitely worth picking up. Enjoy.
Buki
This is so much fun! The narrative voice is like that of Carrie Bradshaw from "Sex and the City" crossed with Sookie Stackhouse from the Vampire series. Throw in the amazing sisterhood in "The Secret Life of Bees" by Sue Monk Kidd, and you have a book that does not stop delivering. Also, this is strictly for grown-ups.
How a man writes women like Eric Jerome Dickey is a wonderful mystery! I am getting everything else he has written!
Christy Walker
I wanted to like this book because it seemed interesting. Indeed it had some major pluses (strong characters, intersting visuals, great author). But overall, I didn't like it as much as I wanted to like it. There were a bit too many trite, overused phrases, and unfortunately, a telegraphed ending. It was a fair read, just didn't blow my socks off.
Erika
This was an okay bittersweet book; I've read better and it made me very emotional. Thought about my own past and kind of wanted to fix it haha. It kind of reminded me of Shame On It All by Zane just way more depressing. It's not really a holiday novel, just 3 women with man problems that coincidentally happened around the holidays.
Lisa Magee
I started reading this book because I was searching for a good Christmas book. This book has NOTHING to do with Christmas other than the events taking place happen to be in the month of December, but could have happened in any month. I did enjoy this, but it is not for anyone who has issues with language or promiscuity.
Samantha K
An interesting read. I enjoyed reading about these three women who were so different but yet wanted the same thing...to find that special someone. I was shocked at the ending. Carpe was the worst. Left me feeling like I wanted to hit him. I guess EJD did his thing because I was satisfied once again......
Amy
If you like a book with a lot of swear words and erotic sex scenes, this book is for you. I had thought that this book was a holiday novel, the only thing holiday about it was the fact it took place around Christmas. Not my type of book.
Cece
Love, sex, and materialistic, is what readers can expect. Not a bad book, it follows the life of 3 sisters each with different issues, loves, and joys. This is still an entertaining read and recomend it for Jerome fans.
Spike Pedersen
Another great score from this author of powerful characters. But the shot in time of the lives of these sisters is all you get and there was no storyline. Not as good as his other 5-star-books, but a good read.
Warner
Sep 11, 2008 Warner rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Liberal Adults
Mr. Dickey has been around for a while now and he still can deliver a good fast read. What makes him stand out in this field of writing is his ability to deliver "real porn" with a story line.
Paul
These sistas know how to work their mojo...good erotica for all!! My two adages of life come to fruition in this book
1. you reap what you sow
2. what goes around comes around
Jennifer
This book was okay... It was one of his shorter novels and I think I was expecting more. Guess it is a pretty good read for the holiday. It kept me entertained.
Margaret Sisu
He understands men, women, men trying to understand women, and women trying to understand men, and knows how to get all that down on paper. Great writer.
Kristy
I like Eric Jerome Dickey. But this was not my favorite book of his. It was ok. Lot of good juicy stuff. Easy read but I am glad I am finished.
Miley the Book Junkie Reads . . .
Pain. Sadness. Sorrow. Revenge. Payback. Retaliation. Realization. Reconciliation. Compassion. Reckoning. Family. sister through it all.
Jessica
''Midget Man, Michelin Man, Confused Man, Stutter Man'' & A legion of chromosomal mutations, these sentences had me dieing inside!
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Eric Jerome Dickey was born in Memphis, Tennessee and attended the University of Memphis (the former Memphis State), where he earned his degree in Computer System Technology. In 1983, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in engineering.

After landing a job in the aerospace industry as a software developer, Eric Jerome Dickey's artistic talents surfaced, inspiring him to become an actor and a
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