Santa Claus is coming to town, but this year he’s bringing a fat sack of justice with him.
After redefining the meaning of Santa Claus, a lot has changed for former Army Ranger Nick Campos in the last year. And now that he and his team are the CIA’s go-to crew for cleaning up the world’s problems, he can’t take this Christmas season off. Nor would he want to.
The national media has been covering the rise of human trafficking ad nauseum, yet no significant improvements in the situation have been made. Nick plans on changing that, because he figures there is no more fitting a role for Santa than to help the children. While he delivers freedom for all the unfortunate boys and girls, he’s got something a little stronger in mind than coal for the perpetrators’ stockings.
However, as with any rise in legend, the enemy looks with a watchful eye. And there is one villain in particular who has learned how to evade Nick’s All Seeing Eye.
Can Nick deliver justice again this holiday season? Or will this ruthless enemy spoil Christmas for families all across the globe?
Point of view:
3rd person. Mostly from Nick’s POV, but there are a few sections from the antagonist.
This is the second book in the series and while this stands on its own – book 1 gives some background and introduces the characters. You’ll want to read them in order.
Such a fun read again. While Wright tackled a pretty serious topic this time (human trafficking), he managed to be respectful of the gravity without being overly descriptive. This allowed room for Nick’s humorous banter with Brooke & Allen to feel appropriate. Lots of action, adventure, & thriller moments all wrapped up in an unconventional sleigh pulled by Santa’s reindeer.
I’m looking forward to more of Wright’s work.
About the author:
Bradley Wright is the bestselling author of the Alexander King, Lawson Raines, and Saint Nick thrillers.
He and his family live in Lexington, Kentucky. He has always been a movie lover, and this certainly shines through in the way he writes his novels. You won’t get lost in over-description, time will never be wasted on characters that have nothing to do with the story, and every single chapter has meaning.
Bradley has only ever had one goal with his work, and that is to entertain. And he hopes your escape into his pages have at the very least done that.
You can connect with Bradley Wright here:
My Favorite Quotes
He had a sinking feeling this particular mission would be darker than most. – Saint Nick 2 by @BreezyWright #Holiday #Christmas #Thriller #SaintNick #KindleUnlimitedTweet
The workers at the North Pole were used to doing things for children, but they weren’t used to saving their lives by extracting them from very bad people. – Saint Nick 2 by @BreezyWright #Holiday #Christmas #Thriller #SaintNick #KindleUnlimitedTweet
You’re like a reject Deadpool with an unimaginative suit. – Saint Nick 2 by @BreezyWright #Holiday #Christmas #Thriller #SaintNick #KindleUnlimitedTweet
You can’t lose yourself when change comes along. You just have to adjust, and be the best you, you can be. – Saint Nick 2 by @BreezyWright #Holiday #Christmas #Thriller #SaintNick #KindleUnlimitedTweet