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Santa's Executive Paperback – November 30, 2012
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The characters are great, plus an interesting storyline. Loved the whole series.
Ring Brewer his new trainer for the job her has to take over Santa being an elf has its down side perky, happy, and the giggling. When she calls and he hangs up she that he has no clue.
“holy peppermint balls! Someone had really dropped the ball on this one. How could they not tell him he was going to be one of Santa’s executives?
Being the first woman trainer was never heard of but someone was against Justin taking his place.
When a for trying to put a crimp in all they work for?
Can they make the season magical………..
Another great book from carrie ann i have fallen in love with this author and cant wait to read more.....
The Christmas-related stuff is very cute. I loved the heroine's adorable personality -- for the most part. As with the heroine in the first book, I found this cute elven heroine kind of weak. Doormat weak. I tend to prefer female characters like those in Shelly Laurenston's books. That's more my idea of confident and independent. In the Holiday, Montana series the traits of confidence and independence seem to be confused with being all alone followed by interdependent. That's just an opinion and, obviously, not a common one. :)
Carrie Ann Ryan is a fun author with neat ideas, but the wording in some of her sentences is awkward. It varies from novel to novel, but I noticed it several times in this title. Also, her characters laugh hysterically at some fairly tame, not-so-hilarious jokes. I only mention it because I noticed it in the previous book and again in this one. The reactions seemed a bit too much. A little loony, actually. It did make me laugh, but not in the way intended. There are occasionally very silly statements and similes, too. Even for light, casual reading.
My final "issue" did not influence my rating because I don't think it changed the book's quality. It's a personal preference issue that I'm providing as a "heads up". The anal stuff is not my favorite, especially when it involves fingers or tongues. This book only had fingers involved, but the first one described a brief oral/anal scene. For whatever reason (mostly hygiene, I think) this doesn't do it for me. Again, that's just me and doesn't influence how I feel about the book or series as a whole. I've read other novels with anal and, while the specific scenes did nothing for me, I still loved the characters and books.