Tiny Treats 2: A St. Patrick's Day Collection

Trish Milburn
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Tiny Treats is a multi-author collection of micro stories, tales that can be read in their entirety in only a handful of minutes. The stories in this anthology are set during St. Patrick's Day in the world of each author's respective books.

The collection includes: 

Love and Corned Beef by Heather McGovern

Haint and Begorrah by Maureen Hardegree

The High King’s Cauldron by Joan Kayse

Probability of Love by D.B. Sieders 

Getting Lucky by Jenna Bennett 

Her Pot of Gold by Lindsey Brookes 

To Love a Leprechaun by Sophia Henry 

Springs Love by Sydney Carroll 

Pinch for Good Luck by Lori Waters 

Lucky Enough by Natalie J. Damschroder 

A Perfect Lucky Charm by Anna Sugden 

His Good Luck Charm by Janice Lynn 

Green Beer by Nancy Northcott 

Blueberry Delight by Monica McCabe 

Date at McCabe’s by Jody Wallace 

Lucky in Love by Tanya Michaels 

One Magic Kiss by Jeanne Adams 

Green Beer and Shenanigans by Sally Kilpatrick 

The Ides by Nicki Salcedo 

A Gift from County Cork by Michelle Monkou 

Lucky Day by Trish Milburn

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Trish Milburn
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Published on
Mar 1, 2015
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Pages
109
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / General
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