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Sweet Magik Paperback – October 11, 2011
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snowboarding and browsing old bookstores) are enough to snap him out of
his funk. It's not easy living in the shadow of four successful older
brothers and a father named Santa. Little does he know that a kiss on
New Year's Eve is about to turn his life upside-down.
Kiana Grant's Manhattan life is a world away from her childhood in Oahu.
She traded sunsets and surfing for a respectable career in library
science, but Oskar Klaus is a temptation that's hard to resist. Before
she knows it, she's in the midst of an outrageous adventure in the North
Pole, dealing with mischievous elves, wicked demons, and a devastating
attraction to Santa's youngest son.
There's just one problem...a bitter elf hell-bent on revenge threatens
the future of everyone in the North Pole, even Santa himself...
I can honestly say that I have been holding my breath waiting for this
story to come out. I absolutely loved the first Klaus brother book and
could not wait to read more. Thank goodness my very high expectations were
met with this adventure. Penny Watson has a charming style I just can't get
enough of. Oskar is a bad boy who loves books so that makes him perfect in
my eyes. Kiana is a likable heroine who I found easy to relate to. Watching
the youngest Klaus hottie land his happily-ever-after was fantastic. I
enjoyed witnessing Oskar and Kiana figure out their feelings for one
another. The inclusion of some black magic and many laugh out loud moments
makes this a lovely holiday fairy tale. I absolutely love the world Ms.
Watson has created, in fact I wish I could move there myself.Read more ›
Warm hearted and entertaining, this story had a little bit of everything. There's the `Bad Boy falls for sweet girl' storyline, a little adventure courtesy of a rogue elf, a smidge of danger, a boatload of magic and -of course- some smokin' hot love scenes. Really, what else do you need for a fun holiday romance?
This a follow-up to last year's Sweet Inspiration, but it works just fine on it's own. I love the world the author has created for this sexy Klaus family. Mr. Frosty was delightful, and I swear I'm going to work the word `Honigbienchen' into a conversation before the holidays are over!
This is a lovely holiday fairy tale, but it's one Christmas story that is definitely not meant for the kiddies - the love scenes are steamy and descriptive. So good night little ones, dream of Santa and his reindeer `cuz Mommy has her very own Christmas fantasy to read.
Only negative, she teases you with snippets from the next one... but it's not out yet.
This is the story of Oskar, the youngest Klaus son, and his moon Goddess, Kiana. Oskar looks like the typical young irresponsible guy, with his killer abs and his green hair. But inside, he's sweet, loves to read, and feels lonely. He's tired of dating supermodels, and not even snowboarding makes him happy anymore.
But then he met Kiana. She's a librarian and he knows she sees him as a bachelor, but he's attracted to her and is going to impress her with his reading. But when they share a midnight kiss, he's the one who can't forget about her...
Kiana is a really sweet girl. She was hurt in her past in Hawaii, but Oskar is to much a temptation for her to ignore him. Specially when he loves to read too, and is so amazing with kids. Of course, she wasn't expecting to find him in the roof talking to an elf!
If you read Sweet Inspiration, you are familiar with the Klaus family and the elves. But if you haven't, don't worry, you can still read this one since the author describes a little bit about the North Pole, elves, magic and the special Klaus family!
I loved Oskar and Kiana's story, it's just so sweet! Oskar feels bad about not being the best son, and Kiana is just lonely. But they have big hearts and it's obvious they love each other from the beginning. Also, I never thought I would be attracted to a guy with green hair, but Oskar is amazing. They have the perfect HEA, but of course they have to survive black magic and each other doubts to be together.
Sweet Magik is the perfect Christmas Romance. The Klaus family isn't what you are expecting: cute old people eating cookies. Believe me, all of the Klaus sons are hot! I can't wait to read their stories! If you are looking for a heart warming romance for this Christmas, this one is for you!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sweet Magik is book two in the Klaus Brothers series by Penny Watson. In this book we are going to get to know Oskar Johann Klaus, the youngest of the Klaus brothers and Kiana... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carol
Not as much Christmas in this one. It takes place after New Years and while there are Christmas elements since Santa is still there and it's at the North Pole it's not as big a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by erinthedreamer
A sweet novella :) About Santa's son!
Nicholas Klaus is a good chef. His love for it takes him to a cafe' where the owner's cookies enchant him. Read more
I BELIEVE, PENNY!
I believe in Glasdorf.
I believe in Santa, triathlete and CEO. And his pixie wife and mother of five larger-than-life men. Read more
Love this series and writer! Love Santa's sons and look forward to more in this series. This also contains one super cute little special elf girl.Published on March 10, 2014 by D. Mansfield
2nd book for the Klaus Brothers! And just as wonderfully magical as the 1st book!! Can't wait the for the next Klaus book!!!Published on February 9, 2014 by C. A. Brandstatter
Everyone needs Magik at Christmas especially with a hunky Klaus. I read a lot and I would recommend this book to any adult. It has it all. Read morePublished on January 15, 2014 by Joan C.
Interesting take on a Santa Clause story. I really enjoyed it. Magical and steamy! The author paints a vivid picture. Can't wait to read the next one.Published on December 20, 2013 by Michelle Frazier