Layover

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A fan gets the chance of lifetime to be with and get to know her favorite actor during a layover in a snowbound airport. What happened from that encounter was not what either the fan or the celebrity expected or imagined. More

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About Kathryn Cable

I’m a storyteller. An overabundance of imagination and curiosity created a writer. My stories are about the human drama of life and death, desire and love, anger and loss. I take ordinary people and put them in extraordinary circumstances. Then I watch how they respond. I focus on how my characters learn to overcome the obstacles that life throws at them while going through personal changes and growth. What we expected our story to be is not necessarily how it turns out. Life is full of more twists than a roller coaster, love is uncertain and risky, death unexpected, but we somehow make it through with hope, faith, and a bit of laughter.

I’m also an artist with a 25-year career in public relations. A graphic design degree allows me to think visually as I write. Born in a small town in Colorado, my ever-evolving career allowed me to live in many parts of this country, working for unique employers, meeting interesting, famous and diverse personalities. Evidence of these influences and what I have personally experienced are present in my stories. I enjoy painting, photography and my ancestral history. I promise I’ll do my best to keep you entertained.

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Review by: Denise Humbert on July 13, 2018 :
Wow, I just finished reading this romantic short story about Mandy and Jake. This is every woman's dream... to spend the night with her favorite (and handsome) movie star. The story is very believable with lots of good conversation between the two characters. Even though they are both married, I liked the way they "justified" spending the night together. Since I live in Colorado, I also liked the fact that the layover was in Denver, where we do get snowstorms that close the airport. This story is a fun read - with a sexy undercurrent!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Natalie Thompson on July 5, 2018 :
I enjoyed this short story. Although the plot is a common one- (boy meets girl; they fall in love and fade away together into the sunset), the writing is very well done with descriptions of people and places which were easy to visualize. I was intrigued and anxious to know the outcome
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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