Night Watch (The Telling, #2)
Publisher: Dream Craft
Pages no: 33
A short, sweet but very fitting sequel to Michael's and Jay's story. I felt the length of the story was more like an extended epilogue which rounds the complete story off nicely rather than a sequel. The only thing I was not sure about was whether a steamy romp is really the remedy for an anxiety at...
Follow up to Michael and Jay. Love seeing how Jay is always trying to help Michael through his issues. This segment takes place on 4th of July where Jay makes plans in anticipation of fireworks causing Michael problems. Nice to see them working together even more to get Michael through.
3.5 I found this as a free story and did not realize it was a sequel to The Telling. It is a very short and touching story about Michael and Jay and how the after effects of war touch their lives. This is presented during one evening, the Fourth of July. I will definitely read The Telling to lea...
This was a well done short story from the series The Telling. I love the detail and thoughtfulness that the author puts into the study and realism from PTSD. When a story is so engrossing that you almost miss the editing errors it means something to me, well done Miss Winters.
Sweet short story follow-up to The Telling. It was fun to get to see these characters a year later and see that they're doing okay. It was amusing to have Jay list some of his faults for Michael, as if he's trying to defend against all of the accusations from readers that he's too perfect.It was a...
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