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Short Fiction

In these short fiction selections, readers will find all of the romance, wit, and charm they have come to expect from a Sabrina Jeffries novel packaged in a read-all-in-one-sitting format. This selection of novellas, short stories, and e-book shorts will give readers a quick fix of Sabrina’s storytelling when they’re in between reading her full-length novels.


Book Titles


Premiere anthology

“An April Fool’s Forbidden Affair” short story

Widower Mason Brandt, the Earl of Westville, has been neglecting his duties to his late wife’s sister, Augusta, and brother, Lionel, for one reason only: he’s attracted to Augusta. And that’s forbidden in England—a man may not marry his deceased wife’s sister without going abroad and risking a scandal. But when Lionel engages in an April Fool’s prank of epic proportions, threatening to create an entirely different sort of scandal, Mason and Augusta must step in to save the day . . . and in the process, become April Fools for each other. Read more

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Dorinda and the Doctor

Dr. Percy Worth finds young widow Dorinda Nunley ravishing every time he sees her at her cousins’, the Duke and Duchess of Lyons. But he figures that a society hothouse flower would make a terrible doctor’s wife…. Read more

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The French Maid

Lady Eleanor Langston has a problem: her husband Henry, prime-minister-in-the-making, is too caught up in his work to notice her. It takes a wily French lady’s maid—and a bit of work from Eleanor—to unleash her inner siren and change her life…. Read more

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Snowy Night with a Stranger

“When Sparks Fly” short fiction novella

A carriage mishap on the way home to Sheffield for the holidays leaves Ellie Bancroft, the wealthiest heiress in North England, and her party stranded at the remote manor of the notorious Black Baron. Weary of being courted for her fortune, Ellie doesn’t know what to make of her… Read more

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At Home in Mossy Creek

It is Valentine’s Day weekend in Mossy Creek, and romantic chaos erupts everywhere! Complicating matters is a small, quirky, touring circus stranded in town after its touring bus breaks down. With clowns, jugglers, bear tamers, and acrobats running amuck, no heart is safe… Read more

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The School for Heiresses

“Ten Reasons to Stay” short fiction novella

Sabrina Jeffries joins forces with fellow romance authors Liz Carlyle, Julia London, and Renee Bernard in this holiday multi-author anthology set in Jeffries’ School for Heiresses series. Each author tackles what happens when Mrs. Charlotte Harris, the school’s owner, sends her… Read more

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A Day in Mossy Creek

Maybe it’s post-New Year’s boredom setting in. Maybe it’s the cold, frisky air. Whatever the cause, the citizens of Mossy Creek seem determined to get into trouble on this clear winter day in mid-January. Police Chief Amos Royden and his loyal officers, Mutt and Sandy, can… Read more

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The widowed Isobel Lamberton, Lady Kingsley, and Justin Antony, the Marquess Warbrooke, clash over the running of a charity they both oversee. But secretly Isobel is attracted to the marquess, even though she knows her dark past and his political aspirations would prevent… Read more

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A Dance with the Devil

Louisiana: the enigmatic bayou, the moss-draped river trees, the ghostly city of New Orleans. It was all a setting for devilish intrigue and dangerous love. Four talented authors who make their homes in this mysterious state conjure tales of three desperate women and a man who… Read more

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One Night with a Rogue

Spend the night with four dangerous heroes—seductive scoundrels, devilish rakes and sensual desperadoes. Deborah Martin contributes the story: “Too Wicked for Heaven.” In this sexy, funny and romatic adventure set in 18th century London, Lady Althea Ransome finds… Read more

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