Karen’s Killer Book Bench: Catch That Santa (A Romantic Comedy Novelette) by Karen Docter

A Romantic Comedy Novelette
By Bestselling Author Karen Docter


When widow, Sara Marks, hears her Grams has gone on the lam from Happy Acres Residence on Christmas Eve – on Santa’s arm, no less — she teams up with sexy stranger, Francisco de la Vega, to chase the couple down with one thing in mind. Keep her Grams from becoming Mrs. Claus. Of course, Francisco’s grandfather is not really Santa Claus, but Grams did run off to Vegas to marry him and she’s obviously not in her right mind.

Sara leaves her seven-month-old baby, Lanie, with a friend and she and Cisco head west in the worst snowstorm in decades, chasing his grandfather’s ’57 Ford Fairlane over the river and through the woods.

Will they catch Santa and his crazy Mrs. Claus before it’s too late? Or will love stop them in their tracks?

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About Author Karen Docter…

Bestselling Author Karen Docter writes contemporary romance. When she feels the need to feed the dark side, she writes intense suspense thrillers as K.L. Docter. She’s an award-winning author, a four-time Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® finalist, and won the coveted Kiss of Death Romance Writers Daphne du Maurier Award Category (Series) Romantic Mystery Unpublished division.

Connect with Karen:
Website/Blog: http://www.karendocter.com
Twitter: @KarenDocter
Karen Docter FB: https://www.facebook.com/KarenDocterAuthor/
K.L. Docter FB: https://www.facebook.com/kldocter/
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5754902.Karen_Docter

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10 thoughts on “Karen’s Killer Book Bench: Catch That Santa (A Romantic Comedy Novelette) by Karen Docter”

    1. Thanks, Linda. This one’s been out a while but I have so many new readers here I wanted to share again. Cross your fingers that my new Christmas story gets finished before Christmas. Why can’t I just download these stories directly from my brain in my sleep? It would be so much easier! LOL

  1. We had every family member put their handprint a name
    and date on a tablecloth so we could revisit every year Also had baby pictures of everyone
    and had to guess who they were Best Thanksgiving ever

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