Santa's Package by Nikki Noir & S.C. Mendes
Amber wants a lot more than just kissing Santa Claus under the mistletoe.
Unfortunately, the twenty-two-year-old can’t find a man willing to indulge her Santaphilia fetish.
After another frustrating attempt at role-playing with her college professor, Amber decides it’s time to give up. That night, however, she as an erotic dream featuring the jolly old elf. It’s everything she wishes she could experience in real life. She wakes happy, but as the days turn into months, Amber realizes she’s pregnant.
Embarrassed and assuming it’s Professor Hostler’s, Amber finally asks her roommate’s advice on what to do.
There’s one huge problem though. Her roommate doesn’t believe she’s pregnant. In fact, nobody else sees her growing belly or feels the baby’s kicks. Even pregnancy tests and ultrasounds come back negative. But how can Amber not believe her own senses?
Angry and scared, she’s bounced from medical doctors to psychiatrists and even an Ufologist trying to understand what’s happening to her body. As Christmas morning approaches, Amber will discover the horrifying truth of what Santa left her.
Get ready to unwrap the most bizarre Christmas gift of all: Santa’s Package!
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Well, once again Nikolas P. has a breakdown that I can't match and recommended reading his This was a super fun and weird story. I wasn't quite sure where it was going until the end, which I enjoyed, and definitely recommend!
Santa Only Comes Once a Year
I didn't know Santaphilia was a thing until reading this story from Nikki Noir and S. C. Mendes. I can't say I was surprised, just that it never crossed my mind to imagine there might actually be an official term applied to individuals with a Santa fetish. As a bearded man named Nikolas--who also happens to celebrate a December birthday--it almost seems disappointing that I've missed out on an opportunity to capitalize on this fetish existing. There's so much more to this story than just Amber's frustrated attempts to find a man who is willing to fulfill her fantasy of making love to the Jolly Old Elf himself, though that does set the stage quite nicely. Rooted in a possible hallucinatory experience when she was 12-years-old, Amber's fixation on Santa begins at the same point when her family life falls apart. Saint Nick sits her down and tells her she's special, warning her that life is about to become more challenging and assuring her that she's strong enough to make it through everything. Ten years later, is it finally time for Santa to return? At its core, Santa's Package is a tale that delves into the potential ambiguity of that point where mental illness and legitimate visitation might coexist. How easily can our perceptions and attitudes be manipulated? Are there cases where someone seemingly insane is actually the victim of experiments and sinister machinations? Santa's Package may not answer these questions for you, but it'll certainly raise new questions to consider and explore, and isn't that what the best literature is meant to do? There's a whole lot of potential inquiry crammed into this relatively small package, but if you've had the pleasure of discovering this one under your tree, you should certainly enjoy it.