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Review

Reviewed By: Josh Dale

5/5

Zeke and Rett are best friends, that have been each other’s rock and world. Both so called army brats, they were inseparable.

They are coming to the end of their world travel, and Rett’s USA visa is due to expire, meaning for the first time since they were kids, they will not be together.

Zeke is desperate to do anything he can to stay with Rett.

Rett thinks that their separation might be for the best, they have tried to accommodate each other sexually but they are both bottoms and submissive boys who seek a Daddy. So Rett feels that his leaving will allow Zeke to find the perfect Daddy without feeling guilty for Rett.

Then one night just before Christmas, Zeke sees a feature on a Daddy Dom app, called Santa’s naughty or Nice list. Basically, he opens his hear to his letter to Santa, explaining he needs a Daddy for two boys.

Micah is a Daddy Dom who reads Zeke’s letter and although intrigued by the letter, he is unsure that he has time for one full time boy never mind two.

They meet up for the week for no string’s fun.

Oh his is such a warm and cosy story, full of love. Zeke is the cheeky bratty boy and Rett is the cute shy and sensitive boy who is strung up tighter than a crossbow. They both have different needs from a Daddy dom.

Micah has doubts but it is soon clear he is a natural and just the last piece of Zeke and Rett’s little family.

All through the book your heart aches for the two boys. It is obvious they are one entity a little like the connection twins have between them. Poor Rett is trying to be strong and seems determined that he is doing the right thing for Zeke, even if it hurts Rett so much.

I love the way Colette wrote this story. The sex scenes were so natural, fun and hot. But also the non-sexual age play scenes felt real. How Micah coaxed Rett to try age play as a little, something he has yearned to try, but never had the courage to let go. And how Micah plays to Zekes Bratty side.

But most of all, the love that oozes from all three characters, when they go about life makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

I loved the happy ending, how Zeke and Micah work around the issue of Retts visa experiration. I would so love to see these three once more.

So here is my letter to Santa – Colette

“Please, Please Santa, I promise to be the best boy ever, eat all my vegies (even sprouts) and do all my chores, if you make my dream come true and write book two”

But seriously unless you really do not like light kink and Daddy play, you will love this festive novel.

Biography

Colette's personal love story began at university, where she met her future husband. An evening of flirting, in the shadow of Lancaster castle, eventually led to a fairytale wedding. Several years later, she’s enjoying her own ‘happy ever after’ in the north of England with her husband, two beautiful children and her writing.

Ever since she could hold a pen, Colette has been writing stories. Always an avid reader and lover of the arts, Colette graduated in Theatre Studies from Lancaster University in 1999, and in English Literature from the Open University in 2010. After studying for a P.G.C.E. in secondary education, and subsequently teaching english and drama for six years, Colette chose to become a stay at home mum and to focus on her writing.

Colette's first M/M romance, Why I Left You, was published in November 2017. Since then she has continued to write books with flawed characters, lots of heart, and happy endings.

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