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Publisher's Summary

Six months ago, Eben Meiser drove away his business and bed partner with his miserly ways. Marlie Jacobsen is back now, and she didn't come alone. Expecting his baby, she needs his help to keep her safe from her new employer's mob ties. Dragons guard their treasure with their life, and he soon realizes there has never been a better treasure for him than Marlie and the baby she carries. The more time they spend together, the more Eben regrets the past as he tries to keep them safe in the present to ensure they have a future.

©2016 Kit Tunstall (P)2016 Kit Tunstall

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Marlie and Eben

This was an enjoyable short story. Eben could not stop thinking about Marlie, his old business partner, since they parted about six months ago. Then she shows up in his office needing help because of her new employer’s ties to the mob. He tried to keep his distance but that didn’t last for long. I am glad Eben finally decided to lighten up and give a little. Turns out he was much happier for doing so. Marlie didn’t want him out of obligation but because he really wanted to be with her. This book had a very nice ending. Nicholas Algernon did a great job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Sweet short dragon shiter story.

The description of this book says it is based on <i>A Christmas Carol</i>. If that's the case, the connection to the Christmas classic is very loose, at best. When I started reading the book, I didn't realize it was supposed to be reminiscent of <i>A Christmas Carol</i>. The first hint I got that there might be any connection was their names. Outside of that, I didn't see too much of the old story reflected in this one - only little bits and pieces here and there. If it weren't for the names, I probably wouldn't have made the connection at all. Regardless, it was a very enjoyable short story. I liked that the entire story was told from Eben's perspective. I don't often come across romances told entirely from the male protagonist's point-of-view, so this was a really nice change of pace. I really enjoyed listening to Nicholas Algernon's narration. He has a great voice for narration. As a whole, I really liked this short story. It was quick, but sweet. The reader definitely gets to see the re-development of Eben and Marley's relationship as well as Eben's self-revelations of where he's gone wrong over the last several years. It was in being able to see how he had let all relationships fall to the way-side while he pursued fortune that he was finally able to see what changes he needed to make in his life. Based on the epilogue, it sounds like he was very successful in doing so. I also loved that Marley told him that they couldn't truly have a relationship or be a family until he decides whether or not that is something he can actually do, despite how much she would love for her daughter to grow up knowing her dad. She didn't want Eben around solely out of a sense of obligation, but instead because he wanted to be, that he was all in. This was a sweet short story with a little bit of danger thrown in. Overall, I very much enjoyed this book and would be more than open to reading more of Kit Fawkes' work.

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Short and sweet

This is a short and sweet story with a little action. I think it could be more and have a longer storyline if the author chose to add to the story. The narration was great.

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cute take on Ebenezer and Marlie

I enjoyed this one it was cute. The narrator did a pretty good job. I would like to have seen a little more action Maybe some adventure this would have taken it over the top. I like how they correlate the present past and future. Ebenezer recognizing some of the issues he had and how he was going to correct them. cute and sweet just keeps coming to mind.

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cute enough little holiday short story

While the story is cute enough, and the narrator is clearly heard and understood, the over all feel is that of a father reading to a little daughter but without the usual emotions.

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  • Charlotte Groenewald
  • 12-09-20

Really Cute Version of a Christmas Classic.

A lovely bit of Christmas cheer. A quick, light comfort read with a little spice.

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  • K White.💕
  • 11-07-20

really sweet

Not sure about the narrator but this is still a cute and sweet PNR story 💕💕.