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Red Hot Santa: Snowball's Chance/Santa Slave/Runaway Santa/Killer Christmas

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  • Posted December 25, 2013

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    A little unusual anthology - four different authors with four di

    A little unusual anthology - four different authors with four different short stories, all themed around an
    agency where the female owner has determined to save other female victims from the bad guys, in
    situations where the regular police can't handle the job. All four stories tie back to the agency, find a
    way to work in Christmas/Santa, and are scorching hot romantic suspense stories.

    SNOWBALL'S CHANCE - Cherry Adair
    Kendall Metcalf has been the only survivor of a crazy but smart serial killer, who's escaped prison and
    is en route to finish the job. She's snowed in on site at a big house/party site, when Joe Zorn arrives to
    protect her. Kendall is a sexy and spunky heroine, and Joe is wonderfully sexy, but the whole thread
    about him previously having been married to the woman whose house Kendall is in, seemed kind of
    bizarre and unnecessary.

    SANTA SLAVE  - Leanne Banks 
    Hilary Winfree believes a college student she's been mentoring has been kidnapped by a sex slave
    ring, so arranges to get herself "hired" by them as well. Rick "Chameleon" Santana arrives to buy/rescue
    Hilary, and ends up being talked into trying to find/rescue Christine, the college student, as well.

    BIG, BAD SANTA - Pamela Britton 
    Dr. Kaitlyn Logan, a vet, has recently applied for grants for her pet project, an implanted microchip for
    endangered birds that could be used to direct them towards safe areas and away from dangerous
    ones. Some of the bad guys have gotten wind of this, realizing a) it could work, and b) it could be used
    as a military weapon. As her clinic is being tear-gassed, Chase Owens rides to the rescue, literally, on
    a Harley. Loved the sequence where she is having a wet dream about him and he is observing her.

    KILLER CHRISTMAS - Kelsey Roberts
    Meghan Beckham, a poor little rich girl CEO of a Palm Beach department store has survived a car
    accident that killed her brother, but now it looks like someone is out to get her. Or Santa Claus, since
    those employed by the store to fill that role have been ending up dead. Jack Palmer arrives to serve as
    her bodyguard, and she's not an easy client.

    All the stories are very good, very well-written, and hotter than a Christmas fireplace. My main beef is
    that by the fourth story, the meme of "Oh, no, I *mustn't* get physically involved with the woman I'm
    guarding, it would be so unprofessional and could put her in greater danger," and then he fills her
    stocking anyway, over and over again, gets a little old.

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