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I'll be home for Christmas....

Tracy Slater may be a successful pop star, but fame and fortune isn't everything she thought it'd be. Under the thumb of a husband who is growing steadily more abusive, she's decided her marriage is over. She just needs to make it through one more trip home for the holidays with him before she's free.

If only in my dreams....

Stephen Austin worked hard to become the successful novelist he's always wanted to be. So why isn't he happy? And why does he feel so lonely? Then he runs into his old girlfriend, the one he thought he had lost forever.

Tormented by the mistakes of their past, Stephen sees his reunion with Tracy as a second chance. But does she feel the same way?

©2017 David Neth (P)2017 David Neth

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A Good Listen

This short story gives you a glimpse into the life of a Star. Returning to her childhood home for a nice relaxing Christmas, doesn't actually happen for Tracy. The characters are well written and the tale moves along nicely. This novella is just a quick listen, but a very enjoyable one.

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Beautiful short story - could easily be a Movie!

I listened to this short story in audio format and loved the way it was done by two narrators, Brenna Larsen and Andrew Russell, they really made the characters a live. The story was in a small town which I know very well, with an event we all go through, our tenth school reunion, with all ‘the who did the best in last ten years’. Tho the main theme was the romance of the two main characters and their lives both in school and after. Beautifully written, could easily become a movie. Great job David!

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Second Chance at Love

What made the experience of listening to A Christmas Reunion the most enjoyable?

It having male and female narrators.

What did you like best about this story?

The character Stephen, his character in general, and how his part of the story was written.

Which character – as performed by Brenna Larsen and Andrew Russell – was your favorite?

Stephen

Any additional comments?

I listened to this story in audio form. Narrators Brenna Larsen and Andrew Russell bring these characters to life in this Short story with a second chance at love. Reunited high school sweethearts Tracy and Stephen have lived their own lives and have become successful in their own right. She’s at the top of her career and married and he’s leveled out and looking for his muse. My favorite character is Stephen, I would love to see these characters get a full story, either what happen in they’re time apart or of what happens after this story.

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Soul Mates

This was such a sweet story. Tracy and Steven dated in high school. When it came time for college, Tracy moved to LA and became famous singing. Steven wanted to be a writer and stayed behind because if he moved, he would have to work and not have time to write. Of course, as always, life happened. Years later Tracy comes home for the holidays with her husband, who I won’t say much about except that he’s horrible. Find out what happens as the holiday passes. This story really makes you stop and think about life choices and what ifs. Also, if you have a good thing you should cherish it and be thankful, no matter if you’re rich or poor. And money isn’t everything. It doesn’t buy love.

The narrators were great. I liked how there was both a male and female.