Free Fiction on the 14th: Sometimes Christmas comes late

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A Very Jeremy Christmas

A Very Jeremy Christmas
About the Book

A Microsoft kid raised in the Pacific Northwest, Jeremy had expected to follow in his family’s footsteps, until he crossed a line he could never admit to.

He has found his place as an air-crash investigator for the NTSB, but coming home for Christmas threatens his place in his own family.

Coming back home and introducing his girlfriend to his family only makes it ten times more likely to be a disaster.

If he could have any wish for Christmas…

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10 thoughts on “Free Fiction on the 14th: Sometimes Christmas comes late”

    1. Welcome, so glad you enjoyed it! If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll get a whole anthology of stories to see which you like best. Thanks so much for jumping in.

  1. Another great story! I have been reading your books since your first Night Stalker one. I love every book you’ve written since and am happy you are such a prolific writer so I don’t have to wait forever for the next book! Keep up the great work!

  2. Another delightful story I thoroughly enjoyed. I so look forward to your story every month on the 14th. Please keep giving it to us. THANK YOU.

  3. Thank you for these monthly treats. I have enjoyed your books and learned so much about firefighting and helicopters and airplanes and rescue operations of all kinds and crash investigations and sea rescue and on and on. Increased appreciation of all the ways others keep us safe. I buy what I can but it’s too much for everything …so thank you for these free treats. I look forward to the 14th.

    1. I’m so glad you’re enjoying them. That’s partly the same reason I write them, “Ooo, Antarctica! Let’s explore it for 5 stories!” Or something simply as cool as December’s Davis Model Boat Basin. It was an excuse to spending hours learning about that and personal submarines (and I mean HOURS!) LOL!

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