If you are looking for an erotic romance with Santa, they are out there. One of these has actual Santa and his reindeer, and the other is a guy who sometimes plays Santa. Both are age gap romances and the one with the really big age gap worked better for me.
M.L. Eliza, aka Marie Lipscomb, is writing erotic folklore romance. The story in Santa Clause is Going to Town on Me is much sweeter than the title implies. Holly has disliked Christmas since a family tragedy occurred just before Christmas and Santa hasn’t brought her a gift since. On Christmas Eve, she hears a someone in her house. It’s Santa. Shenanigans follow.
Eliza’s Santa has lived in a pocket dimension for centuries, so the age gap is huge. But the story is so fantastical that it really doesn’t matter. He is sweet, horny, and attentive. In Holly he finds someone to spoil and delights in making her wishes come true. Santa Clause is Going to Town on Me has a nice balance of steamy sex (Santa isn’t quite human in some surprising ways) and emotion. It didn’t rock my world, but it was a nice read and will scratch any naughty Santa itches you might have.
Chloe Maine’s Santa’s Baby is a taboo, age gap, Daddy with a side of Santa romance between a young woman and her father’s best friend. Maine makes it very clear that there was no grooming going on, but it’s a little too taboo for me. While I discovered last year that I’m ok with Daddy play in romances, I find myself less comfortable when the older man knew and desired the younger woman while she was under aged. Maine is a pen name, and the author has made clear that she exploring some kinks that she isn’t comfortable exploring under her more mainstream names. It’s not a bad book, but it wasn’t for me, and that’s ok. I’ll continue reading Maine’s various pen names, but won’t reread this particular book.