Friday, November 29, 2013

Mrs. Saint Nick by Caroline Mickelson Review

Title: Mrs. Saint Nick
Author: Caroline Mickelson
Genre: Holiday Romance
Pages: 120
Price: $0.99
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

When Santa offers efficiency expert Holly Jamison a job at the North Pole, she’s delighted to accept. It’s not that she loves the Christmas holidays. Far from it. Everywhere she looks, from the piles of presents to the thousands of cheery elves hard at work, Holly sees ways to improve the whole operation. Even Nick Claus, Santa's charming son, fails to draw Holly into the holiday spirit. Holly has to admit that Nick’s charismatic and handsome, but his fun-loving side doesn’t mask his lack of a work ethic. It’s only when Holly cancels Nick’s pet project, and jeopardizes Christmas for thousands of children, that she realizes that the man she discounts as a total slacker might be the only one who can teach her about the joy of Christmas.


Mrs. Saint Nick is a whimsical Christmas read for adults. What I loved most was the feeling of Christmas magic that came from the pages and made me feel like a kid again. While this is a completely different story about Santa and his handsome son, it reminded me of how magical Christmas can be. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a holiday romance. It's got all the elements of great chick lit and would make a wonderful movie. I can't wait to read more from this author.

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