Wishing For Yule

ISBN Digital: 978-1-61217-190-6
Page Count: 84
Word Count: 22086
Rating: Hot (R)

(MSRP: 3.5000)

Love From Christmas Town Series

Wynnstan Kopeck, the Fae in charge of the lands surrounding the small town of Flowing Creek, TX sees baker Jig Doubek and knows she is his mate. He promptly magically binds her to him. But Jig doesn’t know fairies and other Fae exist.

When Jack Frost and his wife Krista protest Wyn’s binding of Jig, Wyn is ordered to undo the binding. Otherwise he’ll be removed as Keeper of the Land. Wyn must convince Jig that the Fae do exist and hope she’ll love him of her own free will or they will live their lives without their true mates.

Rating: Hot
Page Count: 84
Word Count: 22086


Jig’s small hand pressed the side of his face. “What happened? Did the jar hit you? What’s hurt?”

Isolating the pain and starting the block around it, Wyn saw all the anger had drained from Jig’s face. Now concern and worry filled her eyes as she knelt in front of him. He pushed himself upright to sit on the dusty floor and carefully furled his wings to avoid aggravating the pain.

“It hit my wing and back, but nothing is seriously damaged.” He pushed himself to his knees then stood. “I’m sorry I can’t say the same for your cookie jar.”

“Don’t worry about that. It’s not like I don’t have a few more.” Jig waved a hand around the room and Wyn saw cookie jars of all shapes and sizes on the tops of the cabinets and the refrigerator. “Gifts from family and friends through the years. I started making cookies when I was six. Are you sure you’re okay?”

He made his way to a chair. The wing area didn’t hurt if he moved carefully. He shouldn’t have any problems finishing his walkabout, except for the pain in his heart at leaving Jig. “Yes. I think a small bone is cracked and the membrane damaged in the area, but it’ll heal. I doubt the doctor in town has any experience handling broken wings.”

“Maybe the vet?” Jig’s dark eyes twinkled at him.

Wyn rolled his eyes at her. “I think not. For someone a few minutes ago screaming there is no such thing as fairies and elves and dragons, you’re handling the knowledge of my wings much more calmly than I expected.”

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