"This is the best thing that has happened to me. I've had nothing but heartache for a better portion of my life. Now that I'm dying, something good finally happens..."
Holiday (Holli) Brooks is just coming from her doctor's office where she has received tragic news. Coming from a lifelong series of tragic events she vows to make the most of her time, whatever little of it that is left.
Then some good luck finally comes into her life. She decides to spend what times she has left somewhere besides her hometown. She's going to a place where no one will know her or realize she's dying. She decides to move to Aspen, to a beautiful cabin near a resort.
Then another good thing enters her life. Something she didn't think possible. She has never had true love in her life. When she arrives in Aspen she meets a man by the name of Parker. A man with money and a desire to give her whatever she wants in her final days. Anything he says. Will they have to accept what fate has in store or can they alter the future?
A sweet, short novella written in the spirit of the holiday. A Christmas miracle perhaps? I loved this story. Well worth reading. Appreciate the simple things in life this holiday season. You never realize the things you will do or the chances you will take when you find out that you're going to be out of time and there is no future for you. The future is right now, today. I really like where she gets to experience new things for the first time. It is never too late really, unless you just never take a chance.
Thank you Angel L. Woodz for the Kindle Edition copy to review.