Noel’s photography business is thriving. Every single slot in his Magical Christmas photo shoots were booked and paid in full. He is looking forward to the best holiday season yet…until everything falls apart. A gas explosion destroys his location, the owner of the reindeer he booked changes their mind, and the Santa he hired decides he’d rather visit Hawaii than fulfill his contract. Now he has two days to relocate, re-set, and rehire. What he really needs is a little bit of Christmas Magic.
Alpha Christopher, affectionately known to his friends as Santa, is completely ready for the holidays with just over a month to go. Having never happened before, he’s unsure what to do with his spare time when a friend shows him the perfect thing to occupy his time: Help Wanted: Santa (reindeer not required but a plus). He applies ready to spread a little Christmas Magic.
When Noel meets Christopher, he hires him on the spot. He is absolutely perfect for the job, even without his picture-perfect sleigh and adorably obedient reindeer. He also stirs something inside Noel, something he long gave up hope finding again: love.
Santa’s Baby is a super sweet with knotty heat MM Mpreg Holiday Romance featuring a photographer who has everything to lose, a Santa who may just be the real thing, more Christmas cookies than anyone should eat in a lifetime, a magical sleigh ride that leaves more than just Santa’s bag being filled, Christmas wish lists a mile long, a Christmas miracle or two, including an adorable baby on the way. If you enjoy true love, fated mates, a little bit of whimsy, and your mpreg with heart, download Santa’s Baby today.
This book was such a cute little story to read. I loved reading this. Everything went perfectly in Santa’s Baby. The characters Noel and Chris were thought out really well and were well detailed. Noel is my favorite character since he was the photographer and had the eye for shoots. Chris is a great guy too , he’s great with kids. Then somehow Santa gets involved. This book put me in the Christmas spirit and I think that’s what it was meant to do.
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