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on Feb. 25, 2012 :
A fluffy little short that made me smile. It hints around the edges of a rather large, well-built world, and it features an Eldritch, which I always look forward to seeing more of them.
Definitely lighter than the work I more typically read, but no less enjoyable for that. I think this short may become a holiday stable for me.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Nov. 11, 2011 :
It's a story we know: two lonely people meeting at the holidays. It's also got tidbits of information about the universe of the Pelted, of course, and one of the many takes they have on a Winter Holiday (I like it!), so it's worthwhile for those of us who'd really like to take a vacation there. But the plot is a nice, light, feel-good holiday plot -- a bit fluffy if one wants something to chew on, but perfect when you're running around during the actual holidays and need to grab a moment of peace.
(reviewed long after purchase)