Creatures of the Night and Santa’s Christmas duties don’t mix. Every myth and bedtime story tells you so.
But on Christmas Eve, when the Elves walked off the job over pension rights, it was time for me—Irwin, the only vampire on Santa’s payroll, despite recent diversity initiatives—and my trusty team to help out. Just deliver a few parcels, Santa asked me. Just help out on your local patch. Just for one night.
Armed with my reluctance to face all that human sentimentality, and accompanied by a wise-cracking werewolf and an unruly fairy with a taste for vodka, I did my best. Honest.
But we were heading for disaster until I came face-to-face with cute babysitter Benny. It’s Santa’s Number One Rule—no interaction with the clients. But Benny somehow managed to upset my appetite, inflame my libido, and restore my faith in the Christmas spirit, with one cheeky smile and a tasty body piercing.
It’s Christmas, and the show must go on!
Reading this is like a little bite of delicious, rich, chocolate cake. It’s so good, but too little to be filling!
Clare London gives us a ragtag group of paranormals who work for Santa delivering presents. They are HYSTERICAL! The pixie gets drunk, the werewolf is a grumpy bastard and the Vampire a sweet and sentimental soul who falls for a pair of big eyes.
The “elves” have strict rules to follow while delivering their packages on Christmas Eve and I think they manage to break them all! The most important: don’t be seen leads them to: don’t interact with the “client”, followed by the unwritten one: don’t kiss the client!
This is super cute, sweet and funny. Way too short in my opinion, but delightful.
4.5 of 5 stars
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