As the weather turns chilly, let's turn to something that will get us in the mood for the holidays! Five amazing authors bring their original stories of cold weather or fantastic holiday tales. Enjoy Kristen Proby's Saving Grace right now with her winter themed story. Save Emma Chase's story until closer to Christmas and love Drew Evans as Ebenezer Scrooge.
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She smiles mischievously. "Welcome home, Santa." "Mrs. Claus," I smirk, "you've changed." "It was time for a makeover." I start unbuttoning my shirt. "Want to sit on my lap . . . or my face . . . and tell me if you've been a nice girl this year?"
She sighs. "Tonight, you will be visited by three spirits." "Wow, a foursome. Will they all look like you?"
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