Want to meet the real Kris Kringle?
This week the whole world has the chance to meet the real Kris Kringle... and he's a hottie! Men Of The World author J.O Mantel is treating us to a little Christmas cheer on the 19th with THE SANTA CLAUS.
THE SANTA CLAUS is a quickie intro to The Men of the World series - yes folks this is where it all begins. And what better way to begin than with a hot Santa who'll ring your bells and let you ride his Rudolph!
This is the intro to Dante, Nicolette and the Men of the World. This is the intro to Deacon and douche bag - oops soz, I mean Brodie. This is Christmas with a family who are a whole lot more functional than most of ours - although the obligatory nosy sex life involved sister is a must in all families.
And best of all we get to spend the holidays with Deacon and Kris Kringle! YES YOU READ RIGHT! There is really a Kris Kringle out there kids and DAMN HE'S HOT! You can skip the DM's and slide into his sleigh, jingle his bells and ride 'Rudolph' home for a Christmas you'll never forget!
So if you're wanting on the 'naughty' list, this is the perfect way to spend Christmas 2020. Who knows maybe you'll luck out and Santa will provide - but better not to take the chance... Download it yourself and Deck your Halls, wrap yourself in Tinsel and enjoy this little 'stocking stuffer'.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me ... a Santa Claus.
It’s the holidays. A time Deacon Brady spends with his family in New York City during the most wonderful time of the year.
This year, things are different for the former Hollywood Soap Opera star and A-Lister. Now, Deacon Brady is unemployed, and at the brink of losing everything due to the Global Financial Crisis.
All he wants to do is enjoy the holidays, be with Brodie, and try to get his life back on track. That quickly changes however, when he meets the attractive and mysterious stranger known as Kris ... Kris Kringle that is.
With news from Brodie that will change Deacon’s life forever, can he find happiness with Kris for the holidays?