Review: A Christmas to Fight For by Jessica Frances


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Enticing Journey Book Promotions.

Our future might be a grim and impossible one, but the present has never looked so good. If this is all we can have, then I'm not going to squander it. I'm not going to was a single second.

The newly elected Santa, the last of the Krampuses, and the North Pole, oh my! Jessica Frances knocked me for a loop last year with the release of A Christmas to Die For, which was one of my favorite and most original reads for 2020. This year, she seems to have one-upped herself with her new holiday romance, and I for one, am not complaining. A Christmas to Fight For is a standalone, but hey, I certainly won't discourage you from checking out Frances's holiday book from last year because everyone needs to read that fab creative gem. However, one can be read independently of the other.

Caspar is the newest Santa who has no clue just how vile the Santa Claus Organization; and Claw is the lone Krampus left standing after the SCO took out everyone else. Claw is seeking vengeance, but his plans go awry, and he and Caspar become the unlikeliest of allies...and more. I'm going to leave it at that because this book is best devoured as everything plays out. Jessica Frances has once again left me amazed with such an original story. These are not your typical red-suited jolly, full-bellied Santas and red-skinned, horned and tailed demon-like individuals. Instead, what you have here is literary genius in full display, and if you're looking for something extraordinary, I highly recommend A Christmas to Fight For. Five-plus stars.

Date Read: 18 November 2021

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  1. Thank you for your awesome (and generous) review! I appreciate your time and support! <3

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