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Have Yourself a Rotten Little Christmas #2020

Have Yourself a Rotten Little Christmas Holly has never really liked Christmas and this year her reasons to dislike the season seem to have come to a head What is a girl to do Holly has to rush about not only to finish all her Christmas sh

  • Title: Have Yourself a Rotten Little Christmas
  • Author: J.L. Oiler
  • ISBN: 9781320468507
  • Page: 273
  • Format: ebook
  • Have Yourself a Rotten Little Christmas By J.L. Oiler, Holly has never really liked Christmas, and this year her reasons to dislike the season seem to have come to a head What is a girl to do Holly has to rush about not only to finish all her Christmas shopping, work her crummy job, but also convince her mother not to fix her up with some loser so that she can have grandkids Oh and don t forget that now she has to spenHolly has never really liked Christmas, and this year her reasons to dislike the season seem to have come to a head What is a girl to do Holly has to rush about not only to finish all her Christmas shopping, work her crummy job, but also convince her mother not to fix her up with some loser so that she can have grandkids Oh and don t forget that now she has to spend Christmas Eve tracking down the guy who made her a zombie before someone else takes a bite out of him or she starts to rot Thank goodness Santa sees fit to send some Christmas cheer her way in the form of a tall sexy Reaper.

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    1. There s nothing rotten at Christmas than a zombie but this little story is anything but smelly JL Oiler does a great job of showing the funny side of life or is that death as a zombie And speaking of death, he can come knocking on my door any day if he comes in the form of Ebenezer Grimm Holly isn t what the mind conjures up when thinking zombie but there a couple of others that fit the picture well as she attempts to meet the requirements to remain undead and not rot away to nothing I liked th [...]

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