Tiny Treats: A Holiday 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 are set during the holiday season in the worlds created in the author's respective books.

The collection includes:

Mistletoe Cowboy by Trish Milburn - An Ugly Sweater Christmas by Heather McGovern - Close to Perfect by Suzanne Ferrel - To Santa with Love by Lindsey Brookes - A Perfect Party by Anna Sugden - The Miracle of the Child by Bridget Hodder - Mistletoe Magic by D. B. Sieders - On This Christmas Day by Natalie J. Damschroder - Fashionably Late for Christmas by Tanya Michaels - A SEAL’s Proposal by Tawny Weber - White Christmas Pizza by Donna MacMeans - The Christmas Before Hell Froze Over by Sally Kilpatrick - Snowflake by Monica McCabe - An Unexpected Guest by Beth Pattillo - New Year’s Magic by Jody Wallace - Giving Thanks by Jeanette Grey - A Holiday Miracle by Michelle Monkou - A Bluestone Christmas Homecoming by MJ Fredrick - Haintsgiving by Maureen Hardegree - All She Wants for Christmas by Janice Lynn - The Solstice Ball by Nancy Northcott - Zombie of Good Cheer by Gretchen Stull - Snow and Ghosts by Nicki Salcedo - A Candle in the Window by Dorien Kelly - In Which Miss Gardella Receives Three Gifts by Colleen Gleason - A Miracle for Molly by Trish Milburn

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Trish Milburn
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Published on
Nov 4, 2014
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Pages
98
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / General
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Available on Android devices
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