Our wonderful group of authors and guests has done it again!
We have 8 novellas in our Winter 2017 Anthology, five of which are EXCLUSIVE to the set. This unique collection will only be available for 90 days – so be sure to get your copy while you can!
If you love cozy contemporary tales, paranormal surprises, or magic-filled fantasy, you won’t be disappointed. The set tops out at over 200,000 words, but each is bite-sized – just right for a car, train or plane ride this holiday season.
Make A Holiday Tradition: A Collection of Winter Tales your travel companion this year!
The set includes:
Best Selling Author, Samantha Jacobey, brings us Christmas Eve (Sweet Christmas, book 2). Read in order OR as a standalone – Life isn’t always sweet, even for girls named Candy.
Acclaimed writer, Rebekah Dodson, thrills us with a…
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Morcant and Blake Korrigan own a little shop of horrors, where witches congregate and people ending up dead isn’t rare. When Karen Hiltzman joins their coven, she has no idea what she’s getting into. Drawn in, the group convinces her to recruit her best friend, Sarah Matthews, after discovering that she bears a very special birthmark; one that indicates she’s the girl they’ve been waiting for.
Eager to reincarnate a witch put to death by an angry mob five hundred years prior, Morcant unleashes a spell; a dark and sinister curse. His ritual transforms Sarah’s body and will bring the dreaded Brenna back to life when it’s completed. Blake wants to stop him; but will he be strong enough to defeat his elder sibling, and if he does… will he be able to let her go…
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Due to past events, two people, who shouldn’t have known one another’s names conceive a baby, after falling in love at first sight. Most are not willing to accept this union. Despite the blessings of the one person who should’ve forbidden this child’s father joining the family, the heartbroken expectant mother severs the relationship, believing she is the only one who will suffer for it, but doing so will keep her family together. Will she regret choosing her father over her child’s? She tries to believe everything will work out in the long run; that after the ending of her relationship, this family will not suffer more than what they have.
The father, equally heartbroken, has the support of his own tight-knit family, still loving the woman he instantly fell for and wishes everything would come together soon after their son is born…
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