Believe by Liane Gentry Skye

Believe by Liane Gentry Skye
Publisher: Red Sage Publishing
Genre: Contemporary; Holiday; Paranormal; Fantasy
Length: Short (98 Pgs)
Other: M/F, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by: Freesia

When Virginia Keith’s ex shows on her doorstep days before Christmas, demanding half the equity in the Victorian cottage she’s restored from the ground up, she has no choice but sell the old Cessna her Dad left her.

Suddenly, the holiday’s hollow promises of magic are driving her nuts. Thinking time away might help, she takes her Dad’s plane for one last flight. When a freak storm forces her into a crash landing, she wakes in the most sumptuous bedroom she’s ever seen, grateful to be alive. Question is, who rescued her? Nikolai, the too sexy to be real stranger from her dreams, or the bearded psycho freak dressed as Santa she’d from the crash scene?

Only one thing is clear. Wherever home is, Virginia can’t seem to get there from here. And the more time she spends with Nikolai, the more she wonders if she really wants to. But in order to stay with the man she loves, she must first remember how to believe.

Nikolai has been cursed for 700 odd years and in all this time he’s not known the touch of a woman. When he rescues feisty, Virginia from a plane crash, he believes that she will be the one to free him of the dreaded curse.

Virginia has been rescued and she’s grateful for this second chance at life, but when she awakens to find herself in a Christmas wonderland complete with reindeer and elves…she is sure that her rescuer is a crazy man who just believes that he is Saint Nick.

When these two come together there’s a magical connection that cannot be denied. If you’ve ever had a fantasy about the man in red, this one is a must read for you. If you cannot picture jolly old Saint Nick being a sexual object then this book will change your mind forever!

This story comes complete with red hot sex and a voyeur scene that will make you blush. It’s a fantasy come to life with a real message of hope, dreams, and learning to love again.

When you read Believe, you’ll believe in the magic of love.

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