The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus

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She rebelled against their rules, flaunted authority, and connived to get things she wanted. She had never been spanked in her life, but a visit from Santa would change her idea of Christmas forever.

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In some countries, turning 21 means gaining the right to vote and drink alcoholic beverages. For Claire Labraun, the Christmas after her 21st birthday would be beyond her wildest imagination.

Minelle and Matthew Labraun believed in a traditional marriage. Matthew was head of their household, and Minelle was his helpmeet. When it came to raising their headstrong 21-year-old daughter, however, they found themselves at a loss.

Minelle had always taught Claire to do the right thing for right’s sake. Claire, however, had different ideas. She rebelled against their rules, flaunted authority, and connived to get things she wanted.

She had never been spanked in her life; Matthew and Minelle kept that adult privilege strictly between themselves. But this year, a visit from Santa plus Claire’s newly adult status would change her idea of Christmas forever.

Sample Chapter

The beginning of the story: Claire

Claire flung her phone disgustedly on the table. “Missed a text again!” she groaned. Her friends had texted her with an invitation to drive an hour away to look at the stars, but her blasted phone hadn’t sent the message until just now. It was well past time for her friends to start on their trip. She sent a reply saying, “Stupid phone didn’t send the message. Have fun!” but secretly hoped that it would be a wash. Why was she always stuck without anything fun to do?

“Too bad!” came the reply from her friend Elis. “Time to buy a real phone!”

“Mom!” she exclaimed, barging into the family computer room. Her mom jumped and quickly minimized a screen on their computer. Claire didn’t notice, however, and instead threw herself dramatically into the beanbag next to the desk.

“What’s wrong, honey?” Minelle asked. “Is the sky too blue?” she chuckled.

“My phone sucks! Can’t I get a real one? No one uses these old junky ones any more.”

Minelle frowned. “When I was your age, I didn’t even have a cell phone.”

“Oh Mom, get real! When you were my age, you probably used paper cups with a string poked through the bottoms! Elis and Jackie and everyone are going for a midnight drive tonight, and I couldn’t go because of my stupid phone.”

“Thank goodness for that,” Minelle murmured. Claire glared at her.

“It’s not funny! Everyone has an iPhone.”

Minelle laughed. “Didn’t I cure you of the ‘everyone this’ and ‘everyone that’ stuff years ago? Stop,” she held up a hand to interrupt Claire’s angry protests. “If you’re earning so much money at the grocery store that you have several hundred dollars to buy the phone you want and pay for the monthly plans, then be my guest. On the other hand, maybe it’s time that you use that money to help your dad and me with some of your college expenses. You’re graduating soon, and it’s time you learned the value of money.”

Claire gave the beanbag an annoyed slap. The whole point of getting a real phone now was not having to “learn the value of money”! Once she graduated and moved out, who knew how soon she could get a job? Besides, the point of getting the phone was to enjoy her time with friends now. In a few months, they would all scatter to different jobs after graduation.

Minelle turned back to her computer. “Don’t forget it’s your turn to get dinner ready. And no, ramen noodles do not count as making dinner.”

Claire slammed the door on her way out.

“Ana.”

“Now what?”

“Well, maybe I did get kind of mad at my mom for not getting me a good phone, but everyone?”

“Shh, Claire, let me finish the story.”

“All right. But anyone would see that my mom was being unreasonable, right?”

“Whatever you say. Now if I may tell the story?”

“Yes, sorry. Go on.”

“All right. Here is the account of your first Christmas.”

CHAPTER ONE: Claire’s Turn

Claire’s Report: Casing the Santa Joint

My friend Ana tells me that I’ve been missing out for most of my life. I’m talking about this funny custom called Santa. Don’t get me wrong. My family wasn’t anti-Christmas; they just weren’t very interested. I think that I may have caught sight of a tiny tree in my parents’ closet once when I was small enough to play hide-and-seek, but after asking my mom what it was I never saw it again. I grew up scornfully glad that I wasn’t like the fools at school who thought they had to be good or get written onto the “naughty list” of some bearded fat guy. How silly was that? My parents were always calm, reasonable, and logical with me. If I did something wrong, they explained why it was wrong and what I should do differently next time. I learned from my mistakes and rarely made one the second time, at least not on purpose. I didn’t need a fantasy to make me behave.

Occasionally, however, I did regret that my parents didn’t believe in the Easter Bunny. I envied my friends’ chocolate rabbits and baskets of candy. If Santa gave out chocolate and candy, it might have been enough to convert me. But that is a story for another time.

After talking with my friend Ana about this custom of naughty and nice lists, I decided to do some investigating. I was lucky enough to sit down with the elusive red-suited guy and have a little chat.  I was quite concerned about those lists of his, you see.  Word on the street was that some “friends” of mine were putting in votes for me to be on the naughty girl list!  Did you ever hear anything so flabbergasting?  I hadn’t even believed in this guy, and already I was being told that I was in trouble! Can we say “unfair”? Clearly I had some damage control to do. So I pulled a few strings, put on my warmest Under Armour and parka, and arrived just in time to meet Santa outside his workshop.  He took me to a quiet cafe nearby. Unbeknownst to Santa, I recorded our conversation. Here is the transcript:

Me: Hello Santa!  I’m so happy to finally meet you!  Thank you for all of the Christmas deliveries over the years. Not that I got any.

Santa: Ho, ho, ho, always glad to make a girl smile.  Didn’t your parents tell you that the gifts were from me? I am quite disappointed. There were some years that you nearly got coal, though.  Though it sounds like perhaps your parents needed the coal more than you! I am too much of a softy.

Me: Really? Can you be a softy again this year? Does that mean I get presents? I really want the new iPhone!

Santa: Now hold on a minute. For years you were too good to believe in me, then you claimed I didn’t give you anything, and now you’re demanding presents? Isn’t that a little brash? Are you telling me that you’ve been a naughty girl this year, young lady?

Me: Well, it depends on your definition of “naughty”. I’m too old to be “naughty” and anyway, I didn’t believe in you then! So it doesn’t count. I shouldn’t get fewer presents because I didn’t know you existed.

Santa: Evading questions, too! It sounds like the preliminary reports weren’t exaggerated, after all.

Me: Wait, that’s not fair!  Who sent them? How could you get preliminary reports? I demand to see them! I want to know who is saying false things about me!

Santa: Sit down, young lady, and don’t raise your voice at me.  You know I won’t give you names.

Me: It was Bas, wasn’t it? And Lillie! They’re out to get me just because I told them to stop bugging me and mind their own business for once.

Santa: Would they have had anything to say if you’d been perfectly behaved?

(Silence.)

Me: Er, maybe not. But it’s still slander…

Santa: Since it’s written down, technically it would be called libel. If it were untrue.

Me: Well, maybe it’s mostly untrue. How about that? And, anyway, I told you that I didn’t believe in you! This is all monstrously unfair!

Santa: Sounds like “mostly untrue” and “unfair” are Claire-speak for “true but I still want to get presents”!

Me: Aw, can’t you give me a break at all?  I bet you can’t stay out of trouble for a whole 365 days at a time.

Santa: That’s what Mrs. Claus says. Now, I need to get back to work soon. Is there anything else you’d like to tell me?

Me: That I’ve always been a fan and you are wonderful and please don’t give me coal or switches?

Santa: Attempting to influence list placement with flattery? Outright lies? Do you think it’s going to get you anywhere with Santa? That’s going to cost you, girlie. You run along home and try to be a good girl, and come Christmas time Santa will see what he has for you. In the meantime, you might want to look into buying a coal-burning stove.

Me: That’s not fair! Come back!

Santa: Be good!

That’s right! Santa ditched me! He claimed that I was on a “naughty list” that I never believed in, and he even had the nerve to suggest that I might be getting coal!

I’m not exactly sure what happens to girls who get coal. Do I want to find out?

” Ana, you’re making me sound stupid! Everyone knows what happens to girls who get coal.”

“They do, hm? So I guess you want to find out? Should I write that next?”

“No, no! I thought you said you wouldn’t pick on me.”

“I could have had Santa spank you right then and there, you know.”

“ANA!”

“?and bare your bottom for all of the elves to see, and call Mrs. Claus out to help finish the job, and then you’d have to sit in the snow afterward to cool off?”

“ANASTASIA!”

“Merry Christmas, Claire.”

“I’m gonna Merry Christmas YOU!”

“Oh, I’m scared. Not.”

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56 reviews for The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus

  1. Julia (verified owner)

    Seriously funny! I stayed up to download and read it, and I love, love, love it!

  2. Julia (verified owner)

    Seriously funny! I stayed up to download and read it, and I love, love, love it!

  3. Sassy (verified owner)

    Such a lighthearted, laugh out loud funny read. I enjoyed every minute of this creative and witty read! I hope there is a sequel!

  4. Sassy (verified owner)

    Such a lighthearted, laugh out loud funny read. I enjoyed every minute of this creative and witty read! I hope there is a sequel!

  5. Bas

    This very funny, light hearted book sheds a whole new light on the job of being Santa’s wife.
    Read it only when you are sure that you have enough time, because you won’t be able to put it down before the happy end.

  6. Bas

    This very funny, light hearted book sheds a whole new light on the job of being Santa??s wife.
    Read it only when you are sure that you have enough time, because you won??t be able to put it down before the happy end.

  7. Adaline Raine (verified owner)

    I pre-ordered because I could not wait! It was very light-hear ted and a good quick read. I finished it in less than an hour.

    It is a completely different style than any spanking story I have read so far with the main character also breaking through with the author. It reminded me of the stories that are played on t.v. at Christmas with the author diligently typing on the typewriter. Very good plot and interaction between characters.

    I like the allusion to the naughty elves at the North Pole! There is a short story involving them and Mrs. Claus\\\’s hand, floating around, which made me giggle.

    Overall I look forward to reading more from Ana. Perfect holiday read! Five stars.

  8. Adaline Raine (verified owner)

    I pre-ordered because I could not wait! It was very light-hear ted and a good quick read. I finished it in less than an hour.

    It is a completely different style than any spanking story I have read so far with the main character also breaking through with the author. It reminded me of the stories that are played on t.v. at Christmas with the author diligently typing on the typewriter. Very good plot and interaction between characters.

    I like the allusion to the naughty elves at the North Pole! There is a short story involving them and Mrs. Claus’s hand, floating around, which made me giggle.

    Overall I look forward to reading more from Ana. Perfect holiday read! Five stars.

  9. pao (verified owner)

    I found this to be a very light hearted, entertaining and heart warming book that was quick and easy to read. The characters were very believable and relatable. I found myself laughing and grinning while reading this. This is definitely something to read to lift your moods and to set the mood for this yuletide season. I could reread this anytime!

  10. pao (verified owner)

    I found this to be a very light hearted, entertaining and heart warming book that was quick and easy to read. The characters were very believable and relatable. I found myself laughing and grinning while reading this. This is definitely something to read to lift your moods and to set the mood for this yuletide season. I could reread this anytime!

  11. SL (verified owner)

    It was a quick read. It was a different twist to think that Mrs Clause is the one that spanks the naughty women and elves. The story was a good interaction between her parents who let Claire be a brat and not appreciate Christmas but only the material things. I thought it was a good thing to have Claire finally grow up enough to know what Christmas was about. As far as Christmas reads go, it was short and sweet and a happy ending.

  12. SL (verified owner)

    It was a quick read. It was a different twist to think that Mrs Clause is the one that spanks the naughty women and elves. The story was a good interaction between her parents who let Claire be a brat and not appreciate Christmas but only the material things. I thought it was a good thing to have Claire finally grow up enough to know what Christmas was about. As far as Christmas reads go, it was short and sweet and a happy ending.

  13. Sue Lyndon

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus was an enjoyable, quick read with plenty of humor and the perfect amount of spankings. I liked the characters, as well as the author\\\’s unique voice and different take on Christmas and on what becoming an adult means. This book is guaranteed to put you in the mood for the holidays and give you a healthy new respect for Mrs. Claus…and wooden spoons!

  14. Sue Lyndon

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus was an enjoyable, quick read with plenty of humor and the perfect amount of spankings. I liked the characters, as well as the author’s unique voice and different take on Christmas and on what becoming an adult means. This book is guaranteed to put you in the mood for the holidays and give you a healthy new respect for Mrs. Claus…and wooden spoons!

  15. Miss contrite

    A good story very different in its layout of author conversing with character the end had me laughing

  16. Miss contrite

    A good story very different in its layout of author conversing with character the end had me laughing

  17. SH (verified owner)

    I liked this story as it was presented differently than most! It had me laughing out loud quite a few times and I had fun reading it! Great job!!

  18. SH (verified owner)

    I liked this story as it was presented differently than most! It had me laughing out loud quite a few times and I had fun reading it! Great job!!

  19. Natasha Knight

    I just finished this last night. It was absolutely different than anything I\\\’ve read in this (sub) genre.

    FIrst, the author\\\’s take on Christmas is completely new and different. The author, Anastasia Vitsky, is funny. You will laugh out loud when you read this. The story is engaging and I liked all of the characters. I wanted more about Minelle and even when Claire was a brat, she was written in such a way that you still weren\\\’t annoyed or irritated by her. Although you were glad when she got her spanking!

    A terrific read; funny, sexy and well written. I\\\’d definitely recommend it.

  20. Natasha Knight

    I just finished this last night. It was absolutely different than anything I’ve read in this (sub) genre.

    FIrst, the author’s take on Christmas is completely new and different. The author, Anastasia Vitsky, is funny. You will laugh out loud when you read this. The story is engaging and I liked all of the characters. I wanted more about Minelle and even when Claire was a brat, she was written in such a way that you still weren’t annoyed or irritated by her. Although you were glad when she got her spanking!

    A terrific read; funny, sexy and well written. I’d definitely recommend it.

  21. Cara Bristol

    Poor Claire. Can life get more confusing? In an odd reversal, she finds out that her parents lied when they told her Santa Claus was not real. The fat man with his sack full of goodies does exist, and woe be if she gets on naughty list as an adult. But it isn’t Mr. Claus she needs to worry about, but his spoon-wielding wife, Kristine. When college student Claire sneaks around to get herself the latest iPhone, she find herself whisked to the North Pole and bent over Mrs. Claus’ knee.
    This is a truly unique – one-of-a-kind story with an unusual twist on Christmas. I wouldn’t have thought that anything new could be done with the holiday, but author Anastasia Vitsky has. The writing is top-notch, A , and the storytelling and voice are different from anything I’ve read. Who knew that spanking was an adult Christmas tradition? LOL.
    I would have chosen a different title because there is no vengeance involved – more like justice or discipline – but I won’t quibble. It’s a good book.
    It’s fun, entertaining, light read with plenty of wit and humor. It contains both F/F and M/F spanking.

  22. Cara Bristol

    Poor Claire. Can life get more confusing? In an odd reversal, she finds out that her parents lied when they told her Santa Claus was not real. The fat man with his sack full of goodies does exist, and woe be if she gets on naughty list as an adult. But it isn??t Mr. Claus she needs to worry about, but his spoon-wielding wife, Kristine. When college student Claire sneaks around to get herself the latest iPhone, she find herself whisked to the North Pole and bent over Mrs. Claus?? knee.
    This is a truly unique ??? one-of-a-kind story with an unusual twist on Christmas. I wouldn??t have thought that anything new could be done with the holiday, but author Anastasia Vitsky has. The writing is top-notch, A , and the storytelling and voice are different from anything I??ve read. Who knew that spanking was an adult Christmas tradition? LOL.
    I would have chosen a different title because there is no vengeance involved ??? more like justice or discipline ??? but I won??t quibble. It??s a good book.
    It??s fun, entertaining, light read with plenty of wit and humor. It contains both F/F and M/F spanking.

  23. Alicia (verified owner)

    Very good and funny christmas story that certainly isn\\\’t your usual take on this subject. Mrs. Claus is the one you have to worry about if you are naughty as she is the one who doles out the spankings and boy cha she spank.

  24. Alicia (verified owner)

    Very good and funny christmas story that certainly isn’t your usual take on this subject. Mrs. Claus is the one you have to worry about if you are naughty as she is the one who doles out the spankings and boy cha she spank.

  25. Julia

    Seriously funny! I stayed up to download and read it, and I love, love, love it!

  26. Julia

    Seriously funny! I stayed up to download and read it, and I love, love, love it!

  27. Everstar

    I received this book from the author to give an honest review.

    Okay let me just say this is my first ever to read about about spanking in any form. It was a decent read for me. It was a story within a story. lol if that makes sense. Though I did find that at times I could not tell between the story being written by Claire and Ana and the story being told that I guess Claire was living. If that makes a bit of sense. I think the only thing that bothered me was the exchange between Claire\\\’s parents. I felt as though the father even though he was sweet seemed a bit controlling outside of the bedroom. Now please note: THIS IS MY OPINION. Just the way he would grab Claire\\\’s mother\\\’s hand and squeeze a bit hard at the diner it seemed kind of as though the were other underlining things going on.

    Claire finds out her parents have lied to her about Santa being real. She finds out that Santa is real when she is on the naughty list for lying and deceiving to get herself an iphone. When she gets swept away to the North Pole she receives her first spanking ever ( from the person you list expect). This is a new twist on Christmas and a quick read. I will say that is book is suitable for 18 .

    Funny, a bit sexy, well written! If you enjoy this genre or would like to step out of your genre then give this book a read! Will definitely be reading another book by this author.

  28. Everstar

    I received this book from the author to give an honest review.

    Okay let me just say this is my first ever to read about about spanking in any form. It was a decent read for me. It was a story within a story. lol if that makes sense. Though I did find that at times I could not tell between the story being written by Claire and Ana and the story being told that I guess Claire was living. If that makes a bit of sense. I think the only thing that bothered me was the exchange between Claire’s parents. I felt as though the father even though he was sweet seemed a bit controlling outside of the bedroom. Now please note: THIS IS MY OPINION. Just the way he would grab Claire’s mother’s hand and squeeze a bit hard at the diner it seemed kind of as though the were other underlining things going on.

    Claire finds out her parents have lied to her about Santa being real. She finds out that Santa is real when she is on the naughty list for lying and deceiving to get herself an iphone. When she gets swept away to the North Pole she receives her first spanking ever ( from the person you list expect). This is a new twist on Christmas and a quick read. I will say that is book is suitable for 18 .

    Funny, a bit sexy, well written! If you enjoy this genre or would like to step out of your genre then give this book a read! Will definitely be reading another book by this author.

  29. Viola

    This was the first time I read a FF spanking story but it won\\\’t be the last.
    I received this book as a Chrismas present from a kind friend and I enjoyed it very much.
    Ana is a very talented writer, she is funny and original and I look forward to reading her forthcoming books!

  30. Viola

    This was the first time I read a FF spanking story but it won’t be the last.
    I received this book as a Chrismas present from a kind friend and I enjoyed it very much.
    Ana is a very talented writer, she is funny and original and I look forward to reading her forthcoming books!

  31. Minelle

    Minelle here…. Oh what a wonderful read!
    Ana has the most amazing knack as a story teller. Here she creatively weaves a story around Minelle and Matthew Labraun, and their adult daughter Claire. The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a lovely telling of Claire LaBraun’s first Christmas as a 21 year old woman. Claire was raised with modern ideals of accountability by parents who lived a traditional marriage. Minelle was a spanked wife. You will be delighted at the turn of events in this new take on the Christmas spirit where laughter and spankings of the M/F and F/F occur.

    Claire was surprised to discover herself placed on the naughty list her very first Christmas upon turning 21. She was quite put out since she believed it all to be her parents’ fault. Her reasoning was that she was told that Santa wasn’t real and any gifts she received were given her by her parents. Relying on her spoiled and manipulative tendencies to get the latest and greatest gifts, she tries to convince Santa and Mrs. Claus she does not belong on that naughty list. Come along and find out how she manages to celebrate the holiday in style while being accountable for her misdeeds.

    Minelle has her own troubles; she adores her husband but seems to butt heads regarding a few of his guidelines concerning her health and welfare. She certainly adores his fun spankings, but when Matthew takes issue with her self- destructive tendencies she is made to see the error of her ways, through Matthews loving discipline.

    Come along on the ride where Ana’s humor and voice relay a tale of Christmas spirit. The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a heartwarming funny account that leaves you wanting more!!

    Yes, even I am looking to read more of my alter ego!

  32. Minelle

    Minelle here??_. Oh what a wonderful read!
    Ana has the most amazing knack as a story teller. Here she creatively weaves a story around Minelle and Matthew Labraun, and their adult daughter Claire. The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a lovely telling of Claire LaBraun??s first Christmas as a 21 year old woman. Claire was raised with modern ideals of accountability by parents who lived a traditional marriage. Minelle was a spanked wife. You will be delighted at the turn of events in this new take on the Christmas spirit where laughter and spankings of the M/F and F/F occur.

    Claire was surprised to discover herself placed on the naughty list her very first Christmas upon turning 21. She was quite put out since she believed it all to be her parents?? fault. Her reasoning was that she was told that Santa wasn??t real and any gifts she received were given her by her parents. Relying on her spoiled and manipulative tendencies to get the latest and greatest gifts, she tries to convince Santa and Mrs. Claus she does not belong on that naughty list. Come along and find out how she manages to celebrate the holiday in style while being accountable for her misdeeds.

    Minelle has her own troubles; she adores her husband but seems to butt heads regarding a few of his guidelines concerning her health and welfare. She certainly adores his fun spankings, but when Matthew takes issue with her self- destructive tendencies she is made to see the error of her ways, through Matthews loving discipline.

    Come along on the ride where Ana??s humor and voice relay a tale of Christmas spirit. The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a heartwarming funny account that leaves you wanting more!!

    Yes, even I am looking to read more of my alter ego!

  33. Rebecca Poma

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a silly, laugh aloud Christmas tale like none other you\\\’ve ever read. I giggled- yes, actual giggles – during some scenes. As the narrator and the main character argue about who should tell the tale, the author creates a relationship between the two women that seems genuine. This relationship adds depth to Claire, the main character, who is quirky and most definitely bratty. Without giving anything away, let\\\’s just say that this book is a whole new take on what becoming an adult for Christmas means… which includes some perfectly naughty spankings.
    RATING: 5 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
    FULL REVIEW: http://guiltyindulgencebookclub.blogspot.com/2012/12/happy-hunky-days-3.html

  34. Rebecca Poma

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is a silly, laugh aloud Christmas tale like none other you’ve ever read. I giggled- yes, actual giggles – during some scenes. As the narrator and the main character argue about who should tell the tale, the author creates a relationship between the two women that seems genuine. This relationship adds depth to Claire, the main character, who is quirky and most definitely bratty. Without giving anything away, let’s just say that this book is a whole new take on what becoming an adult for Christmas means… which includes some perfectly naughty spankings.
    RATING: 5 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
    FULL REVIEW: http://guiltyindulgencebookclub.blogspot.com/2012/12/happy-hunky-days-3.html

  35. SassyJap (verified owner)

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is the perfect book to read when you need a quick little pick me up (not matter the time of year) it will have you giggling from start to finish. For me it was the perfect holiday story one that I will be sure to read ever year as it spreads it delightful holiday cheer with a touch of sweetness & a lot of sass.

  36. SassyJap (verified owner)

    The Vengeance of Mrs. Claus is the perfect book to read when you need a quick little pick me up (not matter the time of year) it will have you giggling from start to finish. For me it was the perfect holiday story one that I will be sure to read ever year as it spreads it delightful holiday cheer with a touch of sweetness & a lot of sass.

  37. Evelyn

    Very nice chrisrmas story that is good to read just about any time of year. It will have you laughing right from the start and doesn\\\’t stop till the last page is read.

  38. Evelyn

    Very nice chrisrmas story that is good to read just about any time of year. It will have you laughing right from the start and doesn’t stop till the last page is read.

  39. Lizzie

    I\\\’m not usually a fan of anything holiday-related, but I did like this story. It\\\’s not too sentimental or cheesy. 🙂 I very much enjoyed the interactions between Claire and Mrs. Claus. I love F/F spanking stories, and this one measured up– but also has elements that everyone will enjoy.

  40. Lizzie

    I’m not usually a fan of anything holiday-related, but I did like this story. It’s not too sentimental or cheesy. 🙂 I very much enjoyed the interactions between Claire and Mrs. Claus. I love F/F spanking stories, and this one measured up– but also has elements that everyone will enjoy.

  41. Phyllis (verified owner)

    Interesting how this one worked out – not long renough though

  42. Phyllis (verified owner)

    Interesting how this one worked out – not long renough though

  43. Willie

    This was my first F/F spanking fiction story, and to be honest, I wasn\\\’t sure if I was going to enjoy it- but enjoy it I did! Ana has a way of making you take an interest in all her characters, regardless of the size of their role in the story. A fun read indeed!

  44. Willie

    This was my first F/F spanking fiction story, and to be honest, I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy it- but enjoy it I did! Ana has a way of making you take an interest in all her characters, regardless of the size of their role in the story. A fun read indeed!

  45. Leigh (verified owner)

    Very cute story line.

  46. Leigh (verified owner)

    Very cute story line.

  47. Arleen (verified owner)

    This was a story with a very different format. At intervals the author talks to the main character about what she\\\’s writing in the story. It was light and and lots of fun to read. Since it\\\’s my first book by this author I don\\\’t know if it\\\’s her usual style but I enjoyed it enough to want to read more of her books.

  48. Arleen (verified owner)

    This was a story with a very different format. At intervals the author talks to the main character about what she’s writing in the story. It was light and and lots of fun to read. Since it’s my first book by this author I don’t know if it’s her usual style but I enjoyed it enough to want to read more of her books.

  49. KatD (verified owner)

    Quick read….Writing style was different.. but not for Me.

  50. KatD (verified owner)

    Quick read….Writing style was different.. but not for Me.

  51. anon (verified owner)

    I wasn\\\’t impressed by the format of this story. There were so many confusions. I didn\\\’t find humor, just an obnoxious girl with few redeeming traits. Her parents were weak as were her friends and even Santa. Not much for me here.

  52. anon (verified owner)

    I wasn’t impressed by the format of this story. There were so many confusions. I didn’t find humor, just an obnoxious girl with few redeeming traits. Her parents were weak as were her friends and even Santa. Not much for me here.

  53. Tara (verified owner)

    Silly little story — a fun but mildly confusing read, and one I won\\\’t go back to.

  54. Tara (verified owner)

    Silly little story — a fun but mildly confusing read, and one I won’t go back to.

  55. Joelle Casteel

    A writer and one of her characters talking in-story! I love it!!!! (I do that all the time with my characters too.) I so enjoy when humor and sensuality mix and Ms. Vitsky did a great job with that marriage. Her take on Christmas 😀 priceless. I appreciated the rotating chapters from Claire\\\’s and her parents\\\’ point of views. I would have liked to have seen more of the North Pole and Mrs. Claus- she was very fun. The minor characters were all very fun and just the right addition to the story. I look forward to reading more books from this author.

  56. Joelle Casteel

    A writer and one of her characters talking in-story! I love it!!!! (I do that all the time with my characters too.) I so enjoy when humor and sensuality mix and Ms. Vitsky did a great job with that marriage. Her take on Christmas 😀 priceless. I appreciated the rotating chapters from Claire’s and her parents’ point of views. I would have liked to have seen more of the North Pole and Mrs. Claus- she was very fun. The minor characters were all very fun and just the right addition to the story. I look forward to reading more books from this author.

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