Down the Chimney

An Imp Series Novella
Narrated by: Angela Rysk
Series: Imp Series, Book 10.5
Length: 2 hrs and 14 mins
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Roped into being the Ruling Council's Christmas ambassador, Sam finds herself more Santa than Satan at a slew of human social events, all while trying to score an impossible-to-get gift for Lux and plan the most amazing Christmas celebration any imp has ever thrown.

©2018 Debra Dunbar (P)2018 Debra Dunbar

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Great short story!

Down the Chimney is book 10.5 of the Imp series. I loved this book. It was a great short story. I am very invested in these characters and their lives after all these books, so I am happy to grab onto any little tidbit written for the series. This book needs to follow book 10 or there will be spoilers and that's not any fun. I recommend this series to those who enjoy urban fantasy and fantasy.
The narrator isn't my favorite but she gets the job done and I have gotten used to her voices by now so it would be weird to have anyone else narrate for this series.

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Santa Sam.

A great addition to the series. Sam as Santa is a hoot, I agree with her ideas of gifts. I loved that she did end up jumping through the hoops to get Lux what he desired. I know the series is over with, but I do look forward to seeing more short stories about Sam and her ragtag group of friends and family in the future. Narrator is good, after I learned to like her, I feel that she is Sam.