When Chrissy is woken on the night of Christmas Eve by the jingling of bells and clattering of hooves on her roof, she thinks she is going mad. Instead, she finds a very handsome stranger in her living room, claiming to be the jolly old man of the season himself. Despite her initial reluctance to believe that he is in fact Santa Claus, she lets him take her up and away in his sleigh, even after putting herself on his Naughty list. Once in his clutches, she can't deny him the pleasure of punishing her, and fulfilling her Christmas wish - to let him take her in the most mischievous way. This 13,500+ word erotic fantasy story contains spanking, oral, mild bondage and anal penetration, and is therefore intended for persons aged 18+ only. "I think it's time you tell me what you've been hiding from me." "Hiding from you?" She blushed scarlet. "Your true Christmas wish." he urged gently, bringing his hand down on her bare ass again. "I told you I don't have one!" "Ho-ho! Naughty Christina is a liar." He shook his head and spanked her again, harder. Her rear was no longer cold. In fact, Santa's hand delivered a fiery sting to her ass cheeks, which made them glow red. "I didn't have one." she mumbled, correcting herself. How does he know? "But you do now Miss Christina. Tell Father Christmas what you want." His hand cascaded down, hitting her behind with force. She yelped again. "I want to f*** you, Santa." she finally relented, the words reluctantly spilling out of her mouth. "Ho-ho! Won't your husband mind?" "You don't exist." she smiled. "You really are a very naughty girl." Santa laughed, and spanked her again for good measure.
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