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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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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.