STORIES RULE PRESS PRESENTS;
CHRISTMAS ROMANCE DIGEST 2021:
Home for the Holidays
An SRP Anthology
Contemporary Short Romance Anthology
Heart-rending, happy-ending romances to enhance your holidays!
Family get-togethers for the holiday season can sooth our emotions or savage our souls. No one knows us better than the family and friends we choose share such times with.
In each of these seven delightful short romances, our heroes and heroines find going home for this season even more of a heart-wrench, for true love challenges their deepest held beliefs.
Going home for the holidays has never felt so wonderful.
This is the first annual edition of the Christmas Romance Digest, edited by national award-winning, best-selling romance author Tracy Cooper-Posey, featuring some of Romanceland’s most beloved authors.
“A Christmas Carole”—Roxy Boroughs
“Just In Time For Christmas”—Lea Storry
“Because Of The Christmas Stroll”—Debbie Mumford
“The Invitation”—Jasmine Luck
“The Ghosts of Christmas Present”—Karen McCullough
“The Reunion”—Annie Reed
“Burying His Ghost of Christmas Past”—Tracy Cooper-Posey
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Contemporary Short Romance Anthology
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EXCERPT FROM CHRISTMAS ROMANCE DIGEST 2021: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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“Christmas Won’t be Christmas Without Any Presents”
I first read Jo March’s grumble, the opening line of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, when I was very young—no more than ten years old. The book was a Christmas gift, a cheap hard cover edition that stayed on my bookshelves for decades, until I was forced to sell all my books to fund my migration to Canada.
And thus began my fascination with northern Christmas traditions and that creature which shuns Australian summers: The white Christmas. When I arrived in Canada in 1996, I was introduced to a real white Christmas less than three months later. I’ve loved snow and winter ever since.
One must experience a northern Christmas to understand so much about the tales and scenes we grow up with, even in the southern hemisphere. Until I moved to Canada, I had not tasted egg nog, even though I’d read about it for many years. I’m still learning the intricacies and fun of Christmas stockings. The very traditional oranges in stockings I did not fully understand until I’d survived a winter when fresh fruit is imported, and therefore grows expensive and hard to get.
However, Christmas is a world-wide event. Families and friends celebrate Christmas on every continent, including the Antarctic, where research and exploration crews take advantage of the mild summer days.
For that reason, I am very pleased to present this year’s Christmas Romance anthology, which includes stories set not just in North America, but also in the United Kingdom and, of course, Australia. They are all lovely tales, filled with heart and warmth, and they stroll from quirky, to funny, to just a little dark and sad.
Consider this my Christmas present to you.