A sweet holiday romance showcasing love, loss, and the spirit of giving.
Can you fall in love again when the love of your life has gone?
On Christmas Eve, the love of Dara’s life passed away in a tragic accident, leaving Dara with their three-year-old daughter. Though insurance paid for the basics, there wasn’t much left. Now it’s Christmas Eve again, there’s no money for a tree, and everything Dara loves has been sold to survive.
A knock on the door reveals a cop, with a gift that will change her entire life.
A romance full of hope, so sweet there’s not even a kiss…
This was a cute short story about love, even when it feels like your whole world has fallen apart. While only 68 pages long, author Kayelle Allen did a great job of pulling you in from the first sentences and hooking you by your heart. While I did not find the timeline of the story realistic, I overall enjoyed this story. Kayelle Allen’s writing was easy to read and enjoyable. I will be picking up more of Kayelle Allen’s books in the future.
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About the Author
I’m Science Fiction author Kayelle Allen. I did a tour in the US Navy, where I climbed around airplanes fixing black boxes that helped pilots find their way home. I wrote my first novel at 18 but to this day, it’s hidden under my bed, where (trust me) it will remain. Gems from it, however, launched several series in my galaxy-wide universe of stories. From childhood, I was the victim of an overactive imagination and inherited the Irish gift of gab from my mother. From my father, I got a healthy respect for mechanical things. Small wonder I write Science Fiction and Fantasy peopled with misbehaving robots, mythic heroes, role playing immortal gamers, and warriors who purr.
I’m a member of RomVets, a group of military and former military women who write romance. In 2014, I was awarded an honorary lifetime membership to the OutlantaCon Science Fiction Convention for support of the convention since its debut. I founded Marketing for Romance Writers (more about them below), and today it has over 7k members. I also lead a writer’s group in my community. Now that I’m retired, I stay busier than ever. I’ve been married so long I’m tenured.