Visions far tastier than sugarplums dance in Santa’s head tonight!
His generosity is legendary. He has a devoted wife, a crack team of sky-borne reindeer, hordes of industrious elves, and the love of good little boys and girls around the globe. But what unholy desires now propel him into the lascivious clutches of a certain fairy? And who was he before the sleigh and workshop, in times forgotten?
She munches on molars, summons drowned sailors to her pleasure, and recalls, sharp as a pinprick, her life as the most savage of ash nymphs. Why then is she stuck, night after night, hovering above pillows to leave coins for gap-toothed brats? More importantly, how quickly can she captivate the jolly old elf to the north?
He's huge, fluffy, lonesome, and unbearably horny. On his Easter rounds, he contrives, as often as possible, to get a grip on himself and peer into interesting bedrooms. But who in the world will throw him down and ravage him as the lovers under his gaze ravage one another?
For the answers, unknot that bright red bow, tear off those wrappings, and enjoy!
Santa Steps Outに寄せられたリスナーの声
sleep deprived purchase that I didn't regret
laughed at the cover art at 2am rocking a Baby to sleep. next day thought I had made a terrible mistake.
decided to listen at Christmas because it felt fitting.
I was entertained.
it's silly, crude and reduculous, but that's fine.
if you are looking for great plot and character development, leave now. if you want a completely brain shutting off dose of silly while you giggle at Santa trying to hide an affair from his wife, step right up
meet the revised santa
This is not the santa I grew up with or know today, but I'm very pleased to have met this version of him. This story is an adult version of some of your favorite and mist sacred childhood icons ripped to shreds and then stomped into the mud. You must gave a skewed perspective to enjoy it properly, and I did!! Horror, humor. and heat. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job bringing it to sick life.