by Kate Douglas

December 2003
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Life would be completely boring without magic, and Kate Douglas delivers a heaping dose of it in a brief but delightful, erotic story titled, Just a Little Magic.

On Christmas Eve, Beth Adams is expecting a marriage proposal from longtime boyfriend, Steve. Instead, Steve’s idea of a big surprise is a satellite dish. Convinced their relationship is going nowhere, Beth gives him the boot and prepares to spend her life alone with her battery-operated toys.

When Dominic Claus appears on her roof claiming to be a member of Saint Nick’s family, Beth is overwhelmed. Steve fades from her memory, because Dominic is the most attractive man she has ever met. Dominic is also overwhelmed by Beth, and when the passion they share takes each of them to orgasmic heights neither of them has ever known, what began on an enchanted Christmas Eve and seemed like only a dream, may become the most magical everlasting love of all.

On a scale of one to ten, Just a Little Magic earns a big fat twelve for originality. The story is vivid, fresh, and touchingly whimsical. What woman doesn’t want her own personal sexual Santa?

Douglas excels in her talent of creating striking characters and writing scorching erotic scenes; the situation in which Dominic controlled the vibrating egg is a sizzling sample of her creative skill.

Reading this story will be one of those times when you really hate to see a quickie end.

Reviewed in December 2003 by Natasha.

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