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1.09.2013

Review: Secret Santa Baby by Robin Covington

Secret Santa Baby by Robin Covington
Contemporary Romance, Holiday
Ebook 99¢ (54 pages, ENTANGLED) Tessa Stoneman hasn’t been able to get long-time friend and business partner Nicholas Boone out of her head since they shared a single kiss in college. Even when she dated Nicholas’s best friend. Now that she’s giving up her position at GameNerdz to strike out on her own—and now that she’s single—maybe it’s the right time to see if there’s still something between them. Nicholas knows once Tessa leaves the company she helped found, they might drift apart. Before she starts her own company in the new year, he wants to woo the woman he fell in love with during college. So he poses as her Secret Santa, gifts her with items from the song “Santa Baby,” and plans a big reveal at the company holiday party. But when his best friend wants to rekindle his romance with Tessa, will Nicholas lose his last chance?
Author Site: robincovingtonromance.com

Short, Cute, and Flirty Holiday Fun (4 stars)

I am an absolute sucker for a holiday romance. There's just something about the holiday season that's never quite worked for me so around Christmas time I seek out some holiday themed urban fantasy or romance stories to spark the spirit of the season. This year, instead of watching The Holiday I read SECRET SANTA BABY.

At just over fifty pages it's not meaty or even dramatic fair but if you're in the mood for something you could fit into a lunch break during the retail terror of the holiday season I think it's perfect sized. Tessa is very likable if you're a geek girl like me and Nicholas—while not very believably geeky—makes a cute match. Conceptually, the very idea of a guy playing over-the-top secret santa is just the sort of thing you'd expect in a made-for-tv movie around Christmas and it's so light and silly it's sheer fun to read.

If you're looking for a quick Christmas-y romance read with all the fluffy sweetness of a sugar cookie SECRET SANTA BABY is a terrific choice. Creative and with a refreshing hint of playfulness, I'm thrilled to have found Covington and I can't wait to read her other Entangled releases this year!



Notes: Review copy received via publisher.

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