Have you had it with all of those wholesome Christmas tales?
Does the thought of yet another year watching Rudolph, the Baby New Year, and Scrooge make you want to yak? Doing Mrs. Claus and the other books in the Amorous Adventure of Santa Claus series may just change the way you look at Christmas. If nothing else it just might put the heat back into Sexmas.
Mrs. Claus had an enormous appetite for everything sexual, and in the weeks leading up to Christmas that desire expanded completely out of proportion to her normal needs. You see the hustle and bustle of Christmas, with all its ins and outs, and travels here and there, turned Mrs. Santa on. It made her - well, it made her horny.
Unfortunately, it had just the opposite effect on Santa. Christmas was his busy season. There were toys to make, lists to put together, and reindeer paths to plan. When he was done working, Santa just wanted to come home, drop his fat ass in the chair, eat supper, and fall asleep watching the latest broadcast of the North Pole News.
Mrs. Claus' special needs weren't high up on his list of priorities, not at Christmas time, anyway.
Mrs. C had developed a habit of hanging around outside of Santa's workshop at shift change. She'd start up a conversation with a hot young Elf, and next thing you know, she'd innocently follow him into the showers; chatting the entire way. At first the Elves didn't think much about it. It was a little strange and out of character for her, but they figured it was just Mrs. C being friendly. As time passed, and the visits became more frequent she became more hands on. One day the Elves discovered Mrs. C in the showers - bare ass naked - scrubbing their backs, and helping them wash their more private parts.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
Maybe a teenage hormone? Sounds like it was written by one.
What was most disappointing about Nikki Strange’s story?
It was written like it was under the influence of raging teenager hormones.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Nope but they did not attract anything to the book either.
Any additional comments?
Book would have best NOT published or recorded.