A Christmas Yet to Come is a collection of eight short stories.
The Ghost of Yuletide Past by CG Powell Five years after Lenni's death, Tam is still clinging to his past. But with some gentle prodding from his wife's ghost, he decides it’s finally time to give life a second chance. Soon Tam finds himself waist deep in Dragons and over his head in Merlins—What’s a man to do?
Nirvana by Melissa Lummis What is it about the holidays that brings out the drama in every family? And Christian’s unusual family is no exception to the rule. Christmas was never the vampire’s favorite time of year, but when Loti goes into premature labor during a wintry nor'easter he will learn for the first time what the real meaning of Christmas—and family—is all about.
The Shadow Bells by Tawdra Kandle The last time Nell Massler was in the town of King, she left in a straitjacket. But it's Christmas, and her boyfriend Rafe deserves to be surrounded by his family. Nell agrees to go for the holiday, not knowing that their visit home will include a trip down memory lane with two lovers who act like the Ghosts of Christmas Past. The spirits give Nell and Rafe glimpses of their history, before they have to make decisions for their future.
Mistletoe and Moonlight by Stephanie Nelson When a vision takes a hold of Anna, she’ll experience Christmas with the two brothers that have been plaguing her mind: Adam and Anthony. One is her soul mate and bonded with her, while the other is a temptation she’d rather ignore. Will Anna will lose herself, and a little bit of her heart, to the festiveness of mistletoe and moonlight?
The Trouble with Holidays by Olivia Hardin Falling for a human who doesn’t believe in magic was the last thing Lynlee Lincoln needed. Beck Hale was a young architect and she was a Neutralizer-in-training—they were drawn together, but worlds apart. When Beck’s apartment gets flooded, she invites him to her home for Christmas. Lynlee tries to ignore the pull of the mistletoe, but after all, ‘tis the season.
Do You Slay What I Slay? By Mandie Stevens Anya is looking forward to a quiet Christmas with her friends. However when new Vampires attack innocent people, she, as the local alchemist and supernatural judge, has to get involved. To track down the person who created this vampire will require the help of the local Imp who is a little too interested in the investigation. Keeping the supernatural community in check is never easy. Especially when Anya can’t be certain that she can trust her partner or that he slays what she slays.
Good Tidings by Liz Schulte 1929 was a terrible year for Baker McGovern. The Chicago mafia was in upheaval, the stock market crashed, and prohibition was still in effect. However, life as he knew it was about to change.Ready to give up his career in the mob, all he needed to do was tie up a few lose ends and plan his exit strategy then he was home free. However, nothing ever goes as planned. Three little orphans cross his path and sets Baker on a road he couldn’t have anticipated.Trying to give them a Christmas they would always remember, they end up giving him the best gift of all.
Unexplained by Amanda Latzel Christmas isn’t a holiday for the undead—especially not vampires.Jaxon Keaton, the drummer for the rock band Vhenom, decided that his holiday would be best spent with his fangs dipped in fan girls rather than eggnog. However, fate had another plan. Someone he never saw coming enters his life, challenging him to remember his past and change his future.Can the drummer who loves being naughty learn to be a little nice?