Holiday Magic

Holiday Magic
A paranormal
and contemporary winter holiday romance anthology.
By: TL Reeve,
Kim Carmichael, Brigitte Ann Thomas, K. Williams, A.K. Hudson, and T. A. Moorman
Make this
winter magical with 6 BRAND NEW Holiday romances.
This Holiday
Season SIX amazingly talented and bestselling authors come to together in
this collection of Holiday Magic with vampires, witches, shifters, and humans.
Tis the season
for a paranormal and contemporary romance anthology with a touch of magic
everyone will fall in love with.
 
 
A look inside…
Snowbound by TL Reeve
Eight Nights in Eden by Kim Carmichael
I Loved a Warlock from Wichita by Brigitte Ann Thomas
Tarnished Knight by K. Williams
Spark of Solstice by A.K. Hudson
Santa’s Curse by T. A. Moorman

What if Santa was a vampire?
Jacquelyn, an enchantress with an overprotective
streak, thinks it’s up to her to protect her older sister, Jadine, an
enchantress who’s also a paranoid hypochondriac. So, whenever a male comes
along trying to use Jadine, Jackie gets rid of them, in a non-conventional way.
When the last person Jacquelyn expects, a certain vampire she’s had a not so
little crush on, seems to be creeping around on her sister, she has no choice
but to get rid of him, too. In front of witnesses. Only to find out one second
too late that she had it all wrong.
Victor, like many males, has issues expressing how he
truly feels. When he finally decides it’s time to stop running from fate and
claim his mate, he goes to her sister for advice. But, creeping in and out of
Jadine’s place like a thief in the night leads the very person he wants to win
over to draw all the wrong conclusions. Which leads to him trading in his pale
good looks for a white beard and a red velvet suit.
Now that the town knows Jacquelyn is the one behind
all of the disappearances, and thinking she’s killed all of those that are
missing, they’re out for her blood. And the only one who can save her is, well,
Santa. But will he be able to make it back to her before it’s too late?
Enjoy a brand new tale of how Santa Clause came to be.

 

 




 

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