In the Sack with Krampus (Houston Hub Shorts) by Jennifer Cody

Another side of Krampus in the novella from the Hudson Hub series, In the Sack with Krampus.

From the blurb:


I haven’t had the best of luck with roommates because of my horror movie memorabilia, so when my
newest one, Jack, leaves an invitation to a Christmas sleepover on my desk, I’m a little wary and a lot curious. It might not be the best idea to sleepover at a stranger’s house (because of ax murderers, obviously), but the host sounds reasonable when I text him, and it’s lonely being stuck in a dorm room all winter break. At least the guy playing Krampus is nice. I might not know how to be a little, but he makes it easy to follow along.


I’m fine. Really. There’s no reason for my brother, Jack Frost, to interfere in my love life. Not that I’ll ever be able to convince him to mind his own business, which is why I end up going to the infamous Christmas Sleepover. The sub he introduces me to is adorable and might end up being the reason I have to apologize and tell my brother he was right. Leo is the cutest, most easy-going little I’ve ever met, and I might not know anything about being a daddy, but I’m willing to learn if he’s willing to give old Krampus a chance.

In the Sack with Krampus is a 26k word holiday MM Daddy/little romance set in the Diviner’s Game universe. It can be read as a stand alone. Content includes corrupted Christmas carols, Daddy/bigger-little exploration with spankings, and learning not to show off our favorite fun training pants.

Jacquie's Review:

I think I'd give it 5 stars just for the songs alone. So funny! No, really. They were so inventive. I think I'd read this again just for them.

Short but sweet, In the Sack with Krampus is a standalone in the Hudson Hub series. I've only read a couple of them and didn't feel like I was missing out. In fact, seeing some of the other characters and their HEA's made me want to go and read them so I could have the bigger picture.

I really liked Peter spoiling Leo and how perfectly matched they were. I love a morally gray character and Peter really was that. He enjoys what he does and horror film buff, Leo, is suited to him.

A dash of daddy kink, Peter really seemed to settle into the caretaker role.

Sweet and a perfect paranormal story for this time of year.

Rating: 5 Stars

In the Sack with Krampus is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.