I’ve never directly hired a Santa, but I did work with getting one for a group at work where we brought our little toddlers to the office for a Santa visit. Our Santa was female with brown hair and brown eyes, but she wore the beard and the suit and did her “ho, ho, ho’s” well enough to give my one and three year old a happy moment. I remember leaving and my son asking, “How did Santa know I wanted a Tommy the Telephone?”
Ah… Christmas magic… So, asking all of you, if you were to hire a Santa, where would you go? My character, Carol Cassidy, went to Bad Boys for Hire, of course!
Meet Nick Wolff …
He’s the naughtiest Santa ever. Meet Nick. He ain’t no saint, but he’s got the toys, especially in bed.
Carol is a paraplegic and love is the last thing on her mind when she hires Nick to play Santa. She’d rather date a good boy, a disabled firefighter, than face the fact she’s dead to passion.
When Nick tempts her with his toys, she can’t resist the naughty over the nice. Will she let Nick prove that bad boys can be good, especially on Christmas day?
I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday Season. For a limited time, you can “hire” Nick for Free!!! [Click HERE or on the book cover to download]. Thanks and Season’s Greeting!
Rachelle Ayala is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her foremost goal is to take readers on a shared emotional journey with her characters as they grow and become more true to themselves. Rachelle believes in the power of love to overcome obstacles and feels that everyone should find love as often as possible, especially if it’s within the pages of a book.
Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award, Christmas Stray received a 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award, and Playing for the Save got the 2017 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award in Realistic Fiction.
She is also a writing teacher and founder of the Romance In A Month writing community. She lives in California with her husband and has three children and two birds.