Santa's Daughter

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Karoline meets a mysterious woman; Kristine; who turns out to be none other than the daughter of Santa Claus, but due to some problems, Karoline must help Kristine find a husband by Christmas. But Kristine keeps kissing Karoline and that's complicating things! More

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Words: 82,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9780998359502
About P.D. Smith

So here's a bit about myself. I've lived in two different countries (Canada and USA), Moved fifteen times in my life (not a military brat), lived in five different provinces and four different US States. Been to 27 different countries (being in the airport doesn't count) and finally settled down in the Pacific Northwest in my wife and cat.

I don’t claim to be a great writer but just someone with an over active imagination. I first started my writing years ago but let it all slide to the right while a career took center stage. Once life slowed down, I picked up the graphics art bug and started in on 3D images and resumed my writing with my images and graphic novels. I do not call myself an artist but a hobbyist since the whole purpose of the images was and is, a hobby.

http://pdsmith.deviantart.com/gallery/

I am not a English major, my education in writing comes from both Canadian and American schooling so both often clash with rules and styles. I prefer to use ‘U’s in my spelling. I speak from the heart, and use slang, and sometimes write it as it is spoken in everyday life thusly to give my characters that touch of being real and approachable.

Live with three daughters and their ungodly number of friends coming over, you unfortunately pick up the styles!

In closing, my images and writings are about strong women, passionate women, and most importantly women who respect each other and believe in a better future for all.

My goal, like my 3D images, "Is to impress one person. Did I make you smile? Did I make you happy? Did you at some point think of some one special and want to share a moment with them? Then the story or image succeeded. Share the joy."

About the Series: Holiday Spirits
Holiday, Festivals and Celebrations have human manifestations and are led by Karoline Clause and her Kristine 'Santa' Clause.

But there are some Ancient Holidays that would like to see the current Holidays magic dead and returned to the ways of old.

Also in Series: Holiday Spirits

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Reviews

Review by: Ally L. on Sep. 24, 2016 :
I thought this book was well written and it actually had me laughing at times. I enjoyed that it wasn't written like most other books in the standard boring talk. There was sarcasm and jokes which kept my interest. I'd say this is a good read if you want to get away from the craziness of today's world and dive into someone else's for a couple hours. There were a few editing mistakes but they can easily be overlooked. I've seen worse in some college textbooks and other novels I've read. Now I want to know what happens to Kristine after that ending!
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)

Review by: Roy Knight on Sep. 15, 2016 :
I found this book to be very enjoyable and well worth the price. I found that the author was skilled enough the write the narrative of the story in a proper format with complete sentence structure, several of his characters were a little more blunt and spoke in short to the point sentences which really helped in getting the feel of who they were. It is a nice break from authors that make all of their characters sound alike on paper. I found it easy to identify with the characters and found myself cheering as well as cursing as the story moved along. It is hard to keep from finding a favorite character in this story and rooting for them as the story snowballs towards its climatic finale.

I found this book to be an interesting change from his previous books and enjoy all of them for different reasons. If you are looking for a great book to get lost in for a few hours. This is the book for you!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: J. Bankert on Sep. 09, 2016 :
I'd like to give this book more stars, but I can't. Despite the fact that there's a fun, imaginative story here, the book itself is rife with spelling and grammatical errors and is in desperate need of an editor. I'd overlook these things if the book were free or $0.99, but at the $4.99 list price I expect a product that is of a significantly better quality.

If you're the sort of reader that can overlook this sort of thing, jump in. I think you'll enjoy the book. Otherwise I can't recommend that you spend your money on this book. Apologies to the author for saying that.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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