Don't Open Until Christmas: A Short Story

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Laura Sanderson lives her life by a system that she devised; an airtight system that can't be penetrated. It's Christmas and Laura is alone, but she has a plan for how she intends to spend Christmas. Now she just has to find a flaw in her strategically designed system so she can insure that her plan's come to fruition. More

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About Rhoda C. Hill

Rhoda C. Hill writes woman's fiction with strong emphasis on romance and relationships. Fueled on tea, she writes in the early mornings and well into the wee hours of the night, in order to hush the characters in her head who demand to have their stories told. She likes to refer to her writing as a pleasing mix of romance and adventure, with a few tears and laughs along the way. Her writing has appeared in The First line Magazine.

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Review by: Sharon Harrison on Nov. 11, 2016 :
Great short story . It was an easy and enjoyable read. The details in the writing were so easy to picture what was happening. Love that. Keep up the great work and looking forward to your next one.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
Review by: marlene amero on Sep. 14, 2013 :
Hi Rhoda
What a lovely job you have done with this story, Don't Open Till Christmas. I enjoyed it so much I felt I was there all the time and it kept my interest going. I loved your boyfriend. He seemed like a good man. I love the setting, at Christmas. Your home looked very nice. I love the nice floors. The only thing that bothered me she lost a lot of money. That was sad. I would encourage anyone to read this story. Keep up the good writing.
(review of free book)
Review by: Cynthia Robichaud on Sep. 10, 2013 :
Hi Rhoda
Just finished reading Don`t open till christmas was a very good story once I started reading it keep me interested . Keep up the good writing. Cynthia Robichaud
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