A Gift For Santa by Deanna Wadsworth

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A Gift For Santa by Deanna Wadsworth
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (76 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 5 stars
Review by Peppermint

Since birth, demi-god Nick Claus has heard the demands, wishes and dreams of all humans. Unable to grant the wishes of adults because they want love, health, and peace on Earth—things he cannot provide—Nick has devoted his eternity to granting the wishes of children by bringing them toys on Christmas Eve.

But what about the things Nick wants? Will he ever find the love he craves? Or will he continue to pretend the North Pole has not become lonely and Christmas is all he needs?

Enter Jack Frost.

The winter sprite has been teasing Nick and flirting with him ever since the first kiss they shared, centuries ago. With a saucy proposition, Jack convinces Nick to take a few minutes out for himself despite the busy Christmas season. The catch is, Jack hates Christmas.

Will Nick be able to melt the heart of Jack Frost, or will he end up getting frostbite from this sexy, naughty sprite?

The north pole never looked so titillating than in this story about Mr. Clause and Mr. Frost finally giving into their deepest desires. These types of quirky stories have a spot near and dear to my heart. I just can’t help but smile when I read about Santa finally getting a gift for the holidays when usually he is only asked for presents, but never given any.

Jack Frost is anything but icy when it comes to his feelings for Santa. Though he may have a frosty exterior, it is clear that he cares for Santa in a way that no one else seems to. These feelings are what causes him to be somewhat jaded since it seems like Santa only has time to give to little boys and girls, but not have time to pursue other interests.

While this novella may seem all fun and games, it actually had a serious note to it that I found refreshing. It made me actually sit back and think for a moment what type of sign are we sending kids when all they do is ask for gifts from Santa with no regard to what he may want, or if he even needs a break from all of the chaos of the holidays. I was surprised that the author was able to incorporate this side of the holiday that I think many tend to ignore. So while this is not a family book by any means, it may lead its readers to think about their family the way it did for me.

This was a truly entertaining tale that I will refer to whenever I need a bit of holiday spirit or some ho ho ho.

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