Category Archive: Short Story

Apr 14

Return a Book, Do NOT Return a Boy – A Book-Stack Romance #4 by Christen Anne Kelley

When it comes to homecoming, no one remains safe from the talks of dresses, make-up, shoes, and who’s-going-with-who. Not even Jess who hides in the quiet, dusty stacks of the Sunny View Library. Not when her mother insists she’ll be attending even this means calling every neighbor in a 50 mile radius to foist a …

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Apr 06

An Accidental Meeting – A Story of Accidental Proportions #5 by Chrissy Wissler

Impatient with Annabelle and her lack of awesome Chosen One powers – or any powers for that matter – the Sorcerer-Lord Marcen forces Annabelle to steal magic from an enslaved unicorn. On her own, with no hope of escape and no hope of a rescue, Annabelle must decide to sacrifice herself or the unicorn. Then …

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Mar 27

“A Bird’s Eye View of Love” – A Pet Companion Romance #2 by Christen Anne Kelley

Samantha followed the rules of first-time-parrot owner. She listened to advice, did her research, spent time with the gorgeous blue and gold macaw named Timothy, but when she finally packed Timothy up and brought him home, well, Timothy didn’t care too much for following rules. Of any kind. Actually, he laughed and screamed at her. …

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Feb 14

“My Unexpected Elven Ally” – An Elven Heritage Story #7 by Chrissy Wissler

Ever since Kate learned about her elven heritage, her life shifted from sort of normal to sort of dangerous. First the scary forest had it in for her, then her dad tried the whole kidnapping thing, and now she meets a slightly crazed elf who wants to help her. In all honesty, Kate needs help …

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Feb 02

“When You Need a Friend” – A College League Story #1 by Christen Anne Kelley

Usually when Samantha hears the words, “I’m pregnant,” she pulls out a tissue box, sits her teammate down, and works damage control. Not Madison. Not when she practically jumps Sam with celebratory hugs, good cheers, and not a hint of hysteria in sight – which considering the whole softball scholarship on the line and dropping …

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Jan 23

“A Gangster’s Accident” – A Story of Accidental Proportions #4 by Chrissy Wissler

Annabelle, the accidental Chosen One, must convince the Gangster Guild to kill her. Actually, she prefers a faked death to fool the Sorcerer-Lords. Too bad big boss Ernie has other plans. Too bad Ernie didn’t quite understand what ‘accident’ meant when he met Annabelle. Hopefully his gangster headquarters has minotaur-horde invasion insurance… You can purchase …

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Jan 19

“Answers on the Run” – Short Story by Christen Anne Kelley

Giving up. The easy way out. But as Olive pounds against the thick, beach sand, waves urging her on, she keeps running. Doesn’t stop. If she stops it means failure, means she’ll give up the way Johnny had given up on her and her unborn baby. But while running keeps her going, it may not …

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Jan 11

“I Shall Not Date Elves” – An Elven Heritage Story #6 by Chrissy Wissler

Kate doesn’t do camping. Ever. Who cares if she shares her soul with an elf? She requires running water, flushing toilets, and more than one clean pair of underwear. But if Kate wants to protect herself from being kidnapped by her magi dad and learn the truth about her heritage, she has no choice but …

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Nov 30

“The No Boyfriend-Christmas Experience” – A Little League Story by Christen Anne Kelley

Getting dumped sucks. Getting dumped weeks before Christmas – and the day after Mandy wrapped Paul’s locker – sucks more. Determined not to let her jerk ex ruin a good Christmas, Mandy keeps her head high and ignores his accusations about her having more balls than him. But when Mandy learns Paul and his new …

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Oct 31

“Santa’s Unfinished Business” – A Cassiel Clarke Story by Chrissy Wissler

Cass doesn’t do ghosts. Ever. Of course, Gran doesn’t take ‘go to hell’ as an answer when she calls Cass looking for a ride – in the middle of a snowstorm – at 2:00 in the morning. At least Gran provides coffee, and all things considered, Cass’s waiting in the car isn’t too bad. Gran goes …

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