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Friday Freebies

I’m back today with a fresh batch of free Christmas stories for your Kindle. Most are light romances or short stories, perfect for curling up of an evening with a cup of tea.

Usual Disclosure: These are affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission on your Amazon purchase. Featured titles were all free when I listed them, but please double-check before you download them.

A Christmas Star

Update: No longer free.

A Christmas Star by Judith Keim is part of the Seashell Cottage series. It is a contemporary story set in Florida.

Two Hearts’ Christmas Promise

Update: No longer free.

Two Hearts’ Christmas Promise by Tamara Ferguson is part of the Wounded Warrior series. It is a contemporary romance set in Wisconsin.

A Lighted Lamp

Update: No longer free.

A Lighted Lamp: Scenes of Christmas Through Time by Donna Fletcher Crow is a collection of historical short stories and Christmas excerpts from other novels by the author.

Snow Angel

Update: No longer free.

Snow Angel by Davalynn Spencer is a High-Country Christmas novella, an inspirational western holiday romance. It is set in Colorado in 1864.

The Yuletide Angel

Update: No longer free.

The Yuletide Angel by Sandra Ardoin is apparently a heartwarming holiday story (not a gothic ghost story like you might expect from the cover art). It is set in the 1890s.

Maggie’s Christmas Miracle

Update: No longer free.

Maggie’s Christmas Miracle by Elaine Manders is part of the Westward Home and Hearts Mail-Order Brides series. It is set in 1889 in Nebraska.

Amos’ Dilemma

Update: No longer free.

Amos’ Dilemma by Rebekah Fisher is Book 1 in A Creekside Mills Christmas series. It is an Amish romance.

The Christmas Tree Bride

Update: No longer free.

The Christmas Tree Bride by Susan Page Davis is a historical novella set in Wyoming in 1867.

If you missed my previous lists of free ebooks check out these posts. I’ve updated them to indicate which titles are still free.

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