Sexting with Santa by Jane Colt

Suffering from post-divorce doldrums, third grade teacher Sasha West is dragged to San Francisco by her BFF for a girls’ weekend to boost her spirits. Literally pushed into a sex toy shop where “naughty girls” tell a hot Santa their sexy Christmas Wish, she describes in tantalizing detail her fantasy featuring the school’s Adonis-like Phys Ed teacher, former pro quarterback Rick Hanschiffern. Sasha doesn’t realize, however, that she’s sitting on the lap of the star of her lusty dreams!

Rick has been secretly in love with Sasha since he first met her and hopes he now has a chance. The challenge. How to get her to see him as more than a jock, while fueling her fantasies—but make sure she doesn’t find out he was Santa? But wait! Sasha’s ex-husband shows up and swears he’s a changed man.

Two men who want her? Is this a Christmas miracle or too good to be true? Which pair of lovers will Christmas magic get to ‘happily ever after’?

Oh boy! I'm not even sure how to start this review. I feel like first I need to preface by saying that Sexting with Santa by Jane Colt is a wild ride of moving on, sexual fantasies, and Christmas fun.

Our story begins with Sasha being taken to a sex toy store by her best friend Jessica. When they see that the store has a sexy Santa Clause willing to listen to all of the customer's Christmas wishes, Sasha's friend gives her a challenge. If Sasha can make the store Santa blush, Jessica will pay for the two of them to go to the spa the next day.

Sasha, who is recovering from a recent divorce, is up for the challenge. But after not one. Not two. But THREE trips to the story, she successfully arouses the store Santa.

The only problem is that he's not just some stranger working at a toy store.

He's her coworker.

Eek! I knew right away that while the two of them were very attracted to each other, it wasn't going to be easy for them to figure things out. Sasha is going through to much in her personal life and her ex husband comes back to town at the exact wrong moment. And Rick has to deal with the fact that even thought he's well meaning, he's kind of leading Sasha on.

On one hand, he's getting to know all of her deepest and darkest fantasies while texting her as the store Santa. But on the other, he's finding ways to get closer to her at work.

The story was a bit much for me. I felt like there were just a lot of different threads going on and at times, some of them seemed unnecessary. But I was also thoroughly entertained and really enjoyed Sasha and Rick as a couple. I think they worked well together and they were fun to read about.

I also really liked Jane Colt's writing style. Her writing really gripped me and made me want to keep reading. That's something I really appreciate when reading contemporary romances.

If you like sexy stories full of fantasies, humor, and Christmas magic, check this book out. It's a quick and fun Christmas-y read.