A Celestial Christmas by Judy Mays

A Celestial Christmas by Judy Mays
Celestial Passions, #4
Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (96 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Princess Jami of Mediria is determined to give her adopted sister Brianna of Earth a Christmas to remember, even though she’d never heard of the holiday before Brianna described it so longingly. Descending on the snowy estate of the Alalakan clan, Jami plans the surprise celebration.

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Marc’s desire for peace and quiet is pitted against Jami’s insistence on duplicating Earth’s festivities. Nothing Marc can say or do will distract her, not even seducing her. The hot sex they share only further inspires her to make this the best Alalakan Christmas party ever.

Unfortunately, not everyone on the estate gets in the holiday spirit. Some see a Medirian princess’s presence as an opportunity of another sort… The Medirian royal family will pay a great deal of money to get their princess back.

Trying to show Brianna just how much she is loved causes Jami to throw mischief and mayhem into the orderly lives of those she meets. Christmas on Drakan is never going to be the same again.

This was a great short story in the Celestial Passions series. I am thoroughly enjoying these, although I am continuously hoping for Ban to get his story. This one, though? Although short, it manages to give you the whole story. You know why Jami is doing it for Brianna. You know why Marc left the assassins. And you get a whole heap of extras too. Brianna and Char make a small cameo, but none of the others appear, but are mentioned. This is only right as it is Jami and Marc’s story, although I will admit, if it had been a longer story, I would have loved to have caught up with the others too!

This was just as well-written as some of the longer stories in this series, with no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed. The world-building is just as good as it ever was, and it definitely left me wanting to continue with these characters.

A festive, feel-good, hot and steamy addition to the series that I have no doubt in recommending.

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