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“Wish Come True” is now released

November 29, 2015

WishComeTrueCover The buy links for Wish Come True went live early so…

You can now buy this Holiday anthology with great stories from authors I’m delighted to share covers with:

“A Very English Christmas” by Keira Andrews gives us a look at the first Christmas out in the world for our favorite Amish guys – Aaron and David.

“Mr. Perfect’s Christmas” by Joanna Chambers has an unexpected Secret Santa gift changing some assumptions.

“The Christmas Ship” by Amy Jo Cousins pairs a twink and a college football player, with a challenging route to a happy ending.

“That Thing” by Megan Erickson pits professional ethics against the needs of a lonely guy.

“Just Like Heaven” by Suki Fleet traps a couple of young guys in a snowstorm, where they may have to find a different kind of heat.

My own story – “Not Your Grandfather’s Magic” forces Zeb to make some choices between a family tradition of power, and the sweet, awkward guy who catches his eye, and maybe his heart.

“Bottle Boys” by Anyta Sunday shows what happens when a lucky golden boy has to grow up.


And best of all, the proceeds from the sale of this anthology all go to Lost-N-Found Youth , an Atlanta-based nonprofit corporation whose mission is to take homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youths to age 26 off the street and transition them into more permanent housing.

A chance to read good stories and support a great cause. What better way to start the holidays?

You can find Wish Come True at
Smashwords –
Amazon –
Amazon UK –

And soon at ARe, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers. Enjoy.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Sarian permalink
    November 30, 2015 6:24 pm

    What’s your story called and is about? I don’t see anything, but your name on the cover. Any info much appreciated.

  2. Sarian permalink
    November 30, 2015 6:29 pm

    So sorry, please forgive my previous post. I should have looked more thoroughly in my excitement that you have a short story out. Thanks for the heads up. Happy holidays.

    • November 30, 2015 11:36 pm

      No problem 🙂 Here’s the full blurb for mine:

      Not Your Grandfather’s Magic by Kaje Harper

      A month away from Zeb Crowe’s twenty-first birthday — just a month before the ceremony that will awaken his psychic heritage — Zeb’s grandfather predicts cryptically, “Hold your mind and heart ready, and something good will come to you.” Shortly afterward, Zeb meets Matt, a smart, gawky, unexpectedly appealing guy who might warm the lonely corners of his heart. But is Matt really the “something good” his grandfather predicted? And is it fair to get close to him, when very soon Zeb’s whole life will change? If Zeb’s dad wasn’t missing, or his grandfather wasn’t such an enigmatic old bastard, his path to love, or power, would be so much clearer.

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