Book Reviews

Santa's Sack by Sean Kerr at eXtasy Books

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Holiday
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 28-December-2017

Book Blurb

A boyfriend is not just for Christmas, he’s for life!


For Peter and Kris, Sitges feels like a second home, and as they party the night away, they meet a bear called Nic. As they head out to their favourite nightclub, Nic joins them in one of Sitges famous foam parties.

As the August holiday draws to an end and summer starts to fade across the horizon, Peter and Kris return home. The memory of their horny holiday quickly disappears as tragedy changes their lives forever, and their love of Christmas is left in ruins.

A strange letter arrives on Christmas Eve, but when its contents are ignored, Christmas itself decides to intervene and return the magic to a heart that has forgotten how to love.


Book Review

This story took me from the height of celebration, a fantastic holiday with sexy encounters all around, to absolute despair. The difference was shocking, and hit me right in the gut, much like the way real life can sometimes get to you. My only hope was that the ending would be better for the main character, since the middle part was pretty horrible for him.

Kris has been married for a while when “the big C” takes his husband. They enjoyed parties and were both a little wild (no monogamy in sight), but they loved each other deeply. So Kris can’t even imagine what the next Christmas will be like without his husband – except he has no choice but to live it. I was glad Nic was around…

If you like your Christmas stories wild and a little raunchy, if you appreciate a deep emotional dip before a happy ending, and if you’re looking for an unusual read with a touch of the fantastical, then you might like this short story.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 40 pages/11937 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 19-December-2017
Price $1.99 ebook
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