Holiday Review: Santa’s Secret by Serenity Woods

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Santa’s Secret

A Holiday Romance

By Serenity Woods



Will the magic still be there when they wake on Christmas morning?
Having long since lost his Christmas spirit, Rudi comes to Santa’s Secret Village looking to sell the resort. His seven-year-old daughter already knows the truth about Santa, and neither of them is particularly in the mood for the festive season.

Practically a recluse since the death of her husband, Eva’s not looking for romance. Her trip to Santa’s Village is for the sole purpose of making Christmas more festive this year for her young son. But Eva brings an unexpected sparkle to Rudi and Isabel’s lives that renews their belief in the spirit of Christmas.

As the weather grows colder, things heat up between Rudi and Eva. But will the magic still be there when they wake on Christmas morning?

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Michel’s Review

Santa’s Secret by Serenity Woods had all the holiday magic readers crave during the holiday season. This book captured the joys of Christmas, the innocence of a child’s heart, and the gift of love.  It had an international theme that showcased some different holiday customs on the European Side.

Two single parents, two adorable children, two lonely hearts, one magical christmas village, and the magic of Christmas will warm your heart.  We will watch the children teach their parents  the wonders of Christmas.  Two lonely people will find a love they thought they could  never experience again.  Four people will become a family on this very special holiday.

I loved everything about this holiday book. It was well written and flowed with ease.  The love scenes were sizzling hot and the emotional scenes were well played.  The characters captured the readers heart.  It warmed my heart and make me feel the holiday magic.

Read Santa’s Secret for a special holiday experience.

Author Bio:

4652141Serenity Woods writes contemporary romances with both heat and heart, often set in the sub-tropical Northland of New Zealand, where she lives.

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