Tag: christmas

REVIEW: Krampus: The Yule Lord by Brom

One Christmas Eve in a small hollow in Boone County, West Virginia, struggling songwriter Jesse Walker witnesses a strange spectacle: seven devilish figures chasing a man in a red suit toward a sleigh and eight reindeer. When the reindeer leap skyward, taking the sleigh, devil men, and Santa into the clouds, screams follow. Moments later, … Continue reading REVIEW: Krampus: The Yule Lord by Brom

REVIEW: Sausagey Santa by Carlton Mellick III

Santa isn't the jolly old elf as portrayed in Children's stories. He's a bit more grotesque than that. His eyes are pimento-stuffed olives, his teeth are walnuts, and his body is made of sausages. One snowy Christmas Eve, while visiting the Fry family, Sausagey Santa is attacked by an evil force that is driven to … Continue reading REVIEW: Sausagey Santa by Carlton Mellick III

REVIEW: A Boy’s Christmas Wish by Patricia Johns

Five years ago, Beth Thomas’s engagement to Danny Brockwood ended when his secret child was dropped off on his doorstep. Now eight months pregnant—and about to be a single mother herself—Beth is back in her Alberta hometown, where the rugged mechanic is raising his son. She wants to hate Danny; discovering he’d hidden his toddler … Continue reading REVIEW: A Boy’s Christmas Wish by Patricia Johns

REVIEW: The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby by Cathy McDavid

When Tanner Bridwell discovers he’s a father, he gains some much needed hope. A year ago, Tanner lost his livelihood as a champion bull rider, and—more important—Jewel Saunders, the love of his life. Now this cowboy wants to do right by his family. But first he must reveal a stunning secret that will send Jewel … Continue reading REVIEW: The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby by Cathy McDavid

REVIEW: Her Stepbrothers are Dragons by Trinity Blacio

Holly Brewner knew she had a problem with Christmas Eve, but she thought her way of celebrating was better anyway. Twelve days of gifts and on Christmas Day, the big one. Her father and she had celebrated every year like this, but this year was going to be different. This year she had a new … Continue reading REVIEW: Her Stepbrothers are Dragons by Trinity Blacio

REVIEW: Frost and Claus by Matilda Janes

Santa’s eldest daughter Chrystal Claus is curvy, cute, and loves to bake. Opening her bakery has been a dream come true, she loves to watch her customers smile after they’ve eaten one of her treats. It’s her gift and she’s never been happier. That is until Jack Frost comes back into town, seemingly intent on … Continue reading REVIEW: Frost and Claus by Matilda Janes

REVIEW: Christmas Elf by Tielle St Clare

After being kicked out of Santa's Workshop for being a little cranky, Marlie is sent on a mission in the Outside World: teach Jacob Triumph the real-life role model for Scrooge the true meaning of Christmas. He's a tough case but she's determined to succeed and earn her place back in the Workshop. Unfortunately, it's … Continue reading REVIEW: Christmas Elf by Tielle St Clare

REVIEW: A Kiss from Krampus by Red Hanner

Eighty years ago, a little girl snipped off Krampus' beard and used it to cast a spell on him, leaving him powerless to punish bad children. Now almost no one remembers him or the sting of his birch whip. Two days before Christmas, Moritza stands at her least-favorite grandmother's deathbed, where she learns she's inheriting … Continue reading REVIEW: A Kiss from Krampus by Red Hanner

REVIEW: Visions of Sugar Plums by Wayne and Ann Triskelion

A religious cult has taken control of Cuba, turning it into a sexual playground. But, the Church of Morpheus has designs beyond the island. It plans world domination through sexual perversion. And, the organization is growing... It's Christmas, and Galleria Minnesota is packed with shoppers. When the mall announces a night of shopping for adults … Continue reading REVIEW: Visions of Sugar Plums by Wayne and Ann Triskelion

REVIEW: The Bridal Hunt by Jeanette Lynn

Things aren't going at all like Wilhelmina had planned. Showing up at her significant other's office to surprise him with a romantic getaway for two, she finds herself on the receiving end of one, instead. Hurt, betrayed, pissed off and single Wilhelmina decides to take the trip alone, have her own holiday for one. Things … Continue reading REVIEW: The Bridal Hunt by Jeanette Lynn