Do you believe in Santa?
Yeah, Kris doesn’t either.
But since his ship got stranded above earth, and an antigravity accident left him with flying reindeer, he’s decided to make the legend come to life.
The presents he brings aren’t the traditional dolls and rocking horses.
Instead he finds kids who need help—
serious help—and gives it to them.
There’s one little girl he helped years ago who he’s kept tabs on.
And she’s grown into a beautiful woman.
He’s forced himself to keep his distance, but when an equipment malfunction gets him stuck in a chimney,
Blitzen brings her to his rescue.
Will she be able to accept him?
Or will the truth of his identity drive her away?
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This was a really quick, sweet read. One that was over the top with the Santa myth. That said though it was so enjoyable! I must say that Griz was my favorite character even though he is a secondary character. He was great in that all he wanted to do was be something more than an elf. As far as the main characters go Kris and Jessica they were so wonderful.
Jessica woke while in the hospital when she was little on Christmas Eve. In waking she saw Santa and the miracle he gave her. From that moment on she believed and no one or nothing could convince her otherwise. Little did she know was that she made an impression on Santa as well. So much so that he has been watching and visiting her since that fateful night.
Now Santa is stuck and need help. Help that only his little human can give him. In helping him Jessica finds that even when you discover the person believed in ins’t exactly who or what you thought they were, there is still magic. A magic that seems as though fate brought together. If you are looking for an amazing read that won’t leave you hanging this is the one for you.