Christmas StrollAuthor Kirsten Lynn has created a moving emotional story about a younger woman and a man just home from the Western Front and The Great War. Will and Meg do have a history, but so far it has not satisfied Meg. Patiently, though, she waits and lives her own life. She gets another chance when Will returns home.

Will has suffered in more ways than Meg ever would or could imagine, but his bitterness and discontent does not deter her.

This is the kind of satisfying love story we all want to read. No matter what happens, and no matter how long it takes, the unexpressed love they feel for each other finally has a chance.

I especially loved Meg's loyalty to Will, even through much personal heartache.

You'll enjoy their story, every step of the way.

Five stars

Rising Star Reviews, (review from Amazon.com)



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