Good reading. I thought there was just enough originality to the book to make it different from the normal suffering hero.
This was my first time to read Melanie Jackson and I loved it! Her characters were fun and her twist on St. Nick was quite interesting. Once I stared I did not want to put it down. A really quick and fun read.
his is about a guy who is Santa Claus. How sexy is that?
Santa's in a funk! Compared to the rest of the books in the series, this was kind of a downer. In more ways than one. This is the last book in the series and it bring all the characters together, even the persnickity dragon.
Santa is really a death fairy. The baddest of the death fairies. Only if he loses control he'll take out the whole planet. And after being kidnapped by goblins, having his memory erased, and trapped in the north pole; he is not in the best of moods. He probably could have used some prozac.
There are enough twist and turns to keep you on your toes, and santa is definetly a hottie! There are several peeks into his minds through out the ages tha leave you wondering if he wasn't already crazy before he was kidnapped.
This is definetly a book you will have to experience.
After being imprisoned in the North Pole for thousands of years, Kris Kringle--a misunderstood and powerful fey--seeks freedom from his goblin captors and someone to share his life with
Great series. New spin on Kris Kringle.
Last book in the wildside series.
This is a great book. Gives a whole new meaning to the idea of Santa Claus. I really enjoyed it.
This is the last book in Melanie Jackson's Wildside series - and what a ringer. Don't read these out of order, she slowly builds a world that draws the reader in. The Saint was the best of the six, sure the romance was there, but there was much more to ponder. She did a great job imbuing religions, beliefs, philosophies, it was all good.