His Boy To Treasure by Susan Hawke

 I wasn't lucky enough to be selected to receive an ARC of His Boy to Treasure, so my review is up after reading the book from KU, because I've been enthralled by the series so far this year and the notion that the daddies are writing their letters to Santa this year...

From the blurb:

Dear Santa,

Is it okay for this wealthy, self-made man to request something for myself this year? Especially something money can’t buy? I’m not greedy. I only want one thing… Love. Someone for this Daddy to treasure. And if it’s not too much, a family too? One to fill my too-large, too-empty, and all-too-lonely house.

Let me slow my roll because I’m getting a bit heavy over here. Melodramatic, even. I’m simply trying to be honest. We both know I’m a decent guy with a good life. A very good life. But the nights are getting longer, and the other side of the bed is so dang cold. Did I mention lonely?

If it’s okay to ask for a gift of my own this Christmas, I’d like a family to love, a partner to treasure, and maybe even a furbaby or two. Kisses under the mistletoe now and a future filled with more love, laughter, and happiness than even a decent man like me could possibly deserve.

Happy Holidays!

His Boy to Treasure is part of the Naughty or Nice Season Two multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many Daddies looking for some holiday magic to bring them their perfect boys, why not grab them all?

In this book, look for an awkward elf of a boy who hates Christmas, a Santa Daddy who adores the holidays, and their best friends who have no concept of boundaries. This might be part of a shared world, but it’s a standalone 56k romantic comedy that's filled with all the inappropriate laughter, crazy shenanigans, and sweet fluffy feels you’ve come to expect from an S. Hawke book.

Heather's Review:

Once again, the trend this year for this series is that the online cuff'd relationship collides with the IRL meet ups between characters - this time featuring the adorable and somewhat accident-prone Roman and Jeremy, the daddy at a crossroads in his life.

This book is sweet, sassy and has a few amazing (and meddling) side characters that will help pull you into the story and keep you there from beginning to end...  It fits the Naughty or Nice series brand and was a quick, fairly low angst holiday read!

Rating: 5 Stars