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Erin O'Reilly
Erin O'Reilly
Erin O'Reilly resides in the Texas Hill Country on Lake LBJ. When not enjoying the lake she owns and runs a computer consulting business. A life long bird watcher, Erin also likes to cook, sew, read, and do various crafts in her spare time. Erin belongs to the Sapphic Readers which is a lesbian book club in Austin, Texas.

JM Dragon
JM Dragon
JM Dragon A New Zealand citizen, living in the beautiful Canterbury countryside. JM Dragon loves to garden, travel, write, take care of her animals, family, and pursue her business interests-Affinity Ebook Press. A keen reader of sci-fi , crime/mystery, classic and romance, which helps to feed the imagination for her own stories. Currently published by Affinity Ebook Press NZ Ltd, her books include, Fix It Girl, In Name Only, The Destiny Series, Circus, and her newest novel to-date The One.

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Affinity's 2010 Christmas Collection
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JM Dragon and Erin O'Reilly are sharing their Christmas stories which are a heartwarming look at the Christmas Holidays.

There are three stories in all:

The Little Helper by JM Dragon

Reluctantly Laura accepts an invitation to her boss' annual Christmas party. She is surprise by a a small child that helps her realize that there is more to the season than she thought. Will the love of the holiday spirit shine for Laura and show her that life does not have to be solitary or will she go back to the way she's always lead her life?

 

Reflections by Erin O'Reilly

Life for Ruth Arnold was anything but easy after her husband embezzled a large amount of money from his company then fled to parts unknown. Her life went from one of luxury to poverty which she and her sons had to endure. Once her boys were old enough they left Ruth and poverty behind. For Elyse Baxter, life was about her work as an executive of a major insurance company. Actuary tables and risk assessment were what dictated her life. When she bumped into a poor woman on the street, El surprised herself by admitting it was her fault and offering to pay the woman for a new coat. Can these two misfits of society find common ground or will they ignore the opportunity that lies before them?

 

Christmas Hope by JM Dragon

This is a new story by JM. Tanya Hammond's life was neatly organized with one focus her company. She rose early, was at work by seven, and didn't leave until well after eight. A chance encounter with a small street urchin brings Tanya to a juncture in her life that she hadn't wanted or expected. Can this small child bring the happiness into Tanya's life that was missing especially during the Christmas holidays.

To read chapter 1 of Reflections, click here.



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