Mall Santas aren’t supposed to be hot!
Hunter is hopelessly adrift after college. He’s still romantically inexperienced, can’t find a real job, and has no clue what to do with his life. Desperate, he returns to his humiliating old gig as an elf at the Santa’s Village in his hometown’s dying mall.
Enter the sexiest Santa ever.
Twice Hunter’s size and age, lumberjack Nick makes Hunter tingle. Too bad he’s super grumpy and intimidating. Years after the tragic death of his partner, Nick has his beagle and long, hard days on his Christmas tree farm. That’s plenty. But he can’t refuse a loyal friend’s plea for help and finds himself filling in as Santa. Despite Nick’s attempt to stay aloof, the beautiful, anxious young man playing elf brings out his long-dormant daddy instincts.
Then a surprise blizzard traps them alone in Nick’s isolated forest home. Will they surrender to the sizzling spark between them and find the release and comfort they crave?
Santa Daddy is a sweet and spicy holiday gay romance from Keira Andrews featuring an age gap, m/m first times, role playing, Christmas romance feels, and of course a happy ending.
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“Combine the idea of a hot Santa with a major age difference, some naughty daddy fantasies, and a surprise blizzard – and voilà, you’ve got the key ingredients for this very entertaining, super-hot Christmas story.”
~ Rainbow Book Reviews
“As with any Keira story, there’s seriously hot sex, loads of emotions, a little bit of tension that needs sorting with a swift kick up the backside and a delightful epilogue to make your heart happy.”
~ Mirrigold Mutterings & Musing
“If you’re in the mood for light, fluffy, sexy sweetness, you’ve found the right place. Santa Daddy fits that to a T.”
~ My Fiction Nook
“A cute, fun holiday story with a lot of tropey goodness that is right up my alley — virgin hero, age gap, snowbound, a little daddy kink…”
~ Joyfully Jay LGBT Romance Reviews
“This was a great book. It is a book about finding love in the least likely place at the least likely time.”
~ Gay Book Reviews