For the naysayers, here is the rest of Sage and Terrance’s story, and you lost out because you failed to read the entire e-book. If you had, you would have gotten exactly what you were asking for. Now I realize that this was split into two, but there is nothing wrong with that. These are short stories, not full blown novels. And the story… well I don’t think it is far-fetched in the least because I know there are people out there that have experienced a similar situation as in Her Christmas Bonus and Her Christmas Bonus – Epilogue. Maybe not exactly the same, but similar none-the-less.
Ms. Danvers did a good job in wrapping up the loose ends to ensure that Sage made the right decision. It was thrilling to finally see her stand up and realize that things are not what they seem, and ultimately fight for her man. Clarisse, what a joke! Of course, now I won’t be able to watch Rudolph anymore…nevertheless she is out of the picture.
I think it would be fun to see the rest of Sage and Terrance’s journey. Perhaps Rain’s readers could convince her to take both of the these short stories, Her Christmas Bonus and Her Christmas Bonus – Epilogue, fill in some of the gaps that the reviewers needed to know, and bring their romance to the next level. As for me, I have a pretty good imagination so I can make up my own story for these two any time I want. Isn’t that what reading short stories are all about anyway…getting lost in a really good tale and then letting your imagination carry you away to a different ending, no matter what it might be. Rating:
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