When is a better time to read books? The world hasn’t quite opened up yet, and from the looks of it, we’re about to go on lockdown again. (Covid 😒) This is quite the season for some Christmas reading! Checkout five novellas and shorts to get you through this holiday!
What Melanie sees as an inconvenience, Luke sees as a long-desired opportunity. Hopefully, this converging of divergent paths on Christmas Eve will lead to pleasant surprises for both of them.
This story is very short and contains profanity and sexual content. If none of this is your cup of tea, this is likely not the story for you.
Sevyn Johnson wants to be married by thirty-five. Even more specifically, she wants to get married in the home she grew up in and live there to start her family. When the mansion is sold by her sister, Sevyn is forced to visit it in hopes of convincing the new owner to, at minimum, allow her to host her dream wedding there. But, Sevyn isn’t expecting the man she thought she would spend the rest of her life with to answer the door…
Rodrick Turner has waited five years for this moment. He knew Sevyn would return to her childhood home with a desire to get married there. Now, he must convince her that he’s the man she should be walking down the aisle to. If successful, she will give him the best gift of all – a wedding and second chance at love for Christmas.
Noelle Mitchell never explained why she abruptly ran away from home at the age of fifteen. All anyone knew was that her boyfriend, Reno, convinced her to abandon her family. But when she shows up at the family house on Christmas thirteen years later, what’s revealed about her absence will either tear her family further apart or bring them closer together.
When people think of a holiday for love, they automatically come up with Valentine’s Day.
But who’s to say that’s the only one?
Director, Dallas Bryant, isn’t looking for love this holiday season, but that all changes when Madison Walker and a mistletoe come in the picture. 😉
A Tale of Two Cities Collection:
Cute & Sweet Millennial Meets Over a Holiday,
All With One Thing In Common; Cities.
Note: This is a short novella with a happy-for-now ending.
If you prefer your stories longer, I’d recommend checking out another Alexandra Warren project. 🙂
About a year has passed since the final words of “Bending the Rules”, and much has changed. Enjoy this quick peek into the lives of these beloved families to see what they’ve gained… and lost.