22. Santa Girl
In Santa Girl, Santa’s daughter has applied to college and got accepted. The only problem is she didn’t exactly tell her dad her plan. Yikes. The problem gets even worse when she’s informed that it’s been arranged that she’s to marry Jack Frost’s son and take over the family business. Why must she marry Jack Frost’s son? Because Santa is merging with him to ensure Christmas keeps happening. Looks like Santa has to deal with capitalism too!
Not ready to have her life all planned out for her, she gets her father to agree that she can take one semester of college. But what she doesn’t realize is once she’s out in the “real” world, she has to figure out everything on her own for the first time.
Luckily, she has an elf friend to help her out and her dad to tell her who’s on the naughty and nice list. But with Cassie Claus wanting a normal college experience, she must figure out a few things on her own. She does her best to do everything a college student would do, including going to parties and meeting boys. Cassie happens to catch the eye of two guys, JR and Sam.
As she figures out the ways of the real world, she also has to navigate the relationship she has with these two boys and must decide which one’s best for her. And once she does, she has to contend with her arranged marriage and how she’s going to get out of it.
If you’re looking for a fun holiday-themed teen rom-com, you might want to give Santa Girl a try!