For a super short story, the book delivers a great HEA moment. It's really the only moment, but I was given little bits and pieces of back story to fill in some of the blanks, which really helped me enjoy the characters more. I still wanted more though. Even a couple pages leading up to where it actually starts would have been nice.Title: A Present for Christmas
Author: Shiloh Walker
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 20 pages
Release Date: October 30, 2010
Heat Rating: 3
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
Faced with a choice, David has to decide what matters the most. Home…or the heart.
After completing an assignment in Alaska, he’s about to head home, but he realizes he might be leaving behind his heart—Cris, the woman he fell in love with. Now he has to make a choice. Return home to everything he knows, or take a chance on love.
However, there was no separation between scenes, which made it very hard to tell the POV-change, which it did fairly often for a short story. But the author had a good way with words and characters.