Monday, 22 December 2014

Sweet Inspiration / Sweet Magik - Penny Watson

What if the legend of Santa Claus is in fact, true? What if Santa has five big strapping sons who help him run his empire? Five single, sexy sons looking for romance...

Nicholas Klaus is a master pastry chef, a strict disciplinarian, and the eldest son of the legendary Santa Claus. One look at café owner Lucy Brewster sends him into an unexpected tailspin of lusty desires. When Lucy is injured, Nicholas makes a decision that catapults both of their lives into turmoil ....

Lucy Brewster, the free-spirited proprietor of Sweet Inspiration, has a flair for concocting sugary confections but no time for adventure. She gets more than she bargained for when she awakens in the North Pole...rambunctious elves, a fitness-obsessed Santa, and the man of her dreams. Does she have what it takes to become the next Mrs. Klaus? 

My thoughts:
A sweet novella :) About Santa's son!

Nicholas Klaus is a good chef. His love for it takes him to a cafe' where the owner's cookies enchant him. And she enchants him too. Yes they do fall at once, but hey it works. Nicholas is strict and well...a bit German ;) *cough*. Hey, he just wants discipline in his kitchen. I like order too.

Lucy bakes the best cookies and has the hots for a certain costumer. She is his opposite, bakes without measuring (the horror). But they fit each other and makes each other better.

And then they start to fall for each other and goes to the North Pole. I did wonder about the whole Santa thing and was all..really? But I then got an explanation about who and how Santa came to be, and it worked. I liked the explanation.

Did I say it was sweet? And made me want cookies? Oh yes, mmm cookies. 

Conclusion:
Sweet (I said it again), a fun book to read before Christmas. 
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Kindle Edition, Second Edition, 164 pages
Published September 22nd 2012 by Penny Watson
Klaus Brothers #1
Holiday fantasy romance
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Oskar Klaus' job is killing him. Not even his favorite hobbies (extreme snowboarding and browsing old bookstores) are enough to snap him out of his funk. It's not easy living in the shadow of four successful older brothers and a father named Santa. Little does he know that a kiss on New Year's Eve is about to turn his life upside-down.

Kiana Grant's Manhattan life is a world away from her childhood in Oahu. She traded sunsets and surfing for a respectable career in library science, but Oskar Klaus is a temptation that's hard to resist. Before she knows it, she's in the midst of an outrageous adventure in the North Pole, dealing with mischievous elves, wicked demons, and a devastating attraction to Santa's youngest son.

There's just one problem...a bitter elf hell-bent on revenge threatens the future of everyone in the North Pole, even Santa himself... 

My thoughts:
A sweet story set around New Year. If there only was snow outside then I'd totally be in the xmas zone ;) (edit: snow now, yay).

Oscar ...oh well he has green hair, tats, a Seuss hat and loves to snowboard. And super models drool after him. 

Kiana hides herself behind ugly glasses and clothes. She does not want a bad boy who is after a super model, and she does have a hard time looking past his exterior. Cos in reality he is a really sweet guy!

Oscar is of course doing the chasing , and she will fall, and they will live happily ever after.

But before that, trouble is brewing in Glassdorf and I liked the other side shown. Just cos they are elves, does not mean they are all nice.

Conclusion:
Sweet, fun, read it with some cookies beside you ;)

Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Published November 18th 2013 by Penny Watson
Klaus Brothers #2
Paranormal romance
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24 comments:

  1. Santa has a son? Who'd have thunk it! So sweet that it made you crave cookies, eh? I don't mind if I do!

    Carmel @ Rabid Reads

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  2. Both of these look like the deliver on the Christmas cozy and cheer.

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  3. aww these sound ... sweet ;)
    Wish I could fit in Sweet Inspiration but it 'aint gonna happen. I'll put it on the list for next year :)

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    1. I understand :) But then you know what you will read in Dec next year

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  4. These sound sweet and must make you crave cookies! :) Good holiday reads.

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    1. Mmmm cookies...must bake some tomorrow

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  5. And the covers are VERY Christmas-y. :)

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  6. These sound perfect for the holidays!

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  7. Oh these sound adorable and perfect for the holiday :) cookies...yum!

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  8. I've read the first one and thought it was so cute but I haven't read the second yet.

    I love Watson's books and their sense of humor.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. The come back today for a chance to win book 2 and 3 ;)

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  9. I read the first one a couple of years ago. I prefer the cover on the one you read. Cute book.

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    1. Yes I had the old cover too, not good ;)

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