Some gifts can’t be wrapped.
On Christmas Eve, Jonas Montague, father of the half-blood Gargoyles, is surrounded by his family, but not all of them. Instead of telling a traditional holiday tale, he shares the story of meeting his mate, Caroline, and the years that followed. Why was Jonas ostracized? Where are his older children? Why did he clone his great-niece, an act that caused the near-apocalypse?
And what’s a holiday without a miracle?
Jonas is a Stone Society companion novella set ten years in the future. It is told from Jonas’s point of view and from that of Tessa’s twins, Anthony and Tabitha (in both 1st and 3rd person). The story contains minor spoilers for future Stone Society books.
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I love the Stone Society and was always curious as to why Tessa and her brother Tamian had been cloned, well it is all answered right here. This is a wonderful short Christmas story.. The love and unity in this family is so strong with these guys. Jonas Montague finally sits down around the Christmas tree to read a Christmas story as they do every year, only this time Tessa's daughter hands him the story she wants him to read and much is revealed to everyone's surprise. Then after the story telling Jonas and his mate Carolyn are gifted the best of all gifts they could ever recieve, their first borns. But will this visit be bittersweet for them? I absolutely love Tessa's twins Tabitha and Anthony and her gift to her family is precious. But another member of this awesome family is about to impart news of her own. I can't wait to read the new generation of goyles. Conner is so grown up and so smart, even smarter then Grandpa Jonas! I loved this short story Ms Gibson, but it left me as usual, wanting more!