Lincoln and Sara Walker have gone through their share of heartache, but through it all, they had one another, and that was enough to make it past the turmoil and into the calm.
But the calm has gone, and with it, Lincoln's security that all is okay with him and his wife. Sara is keeping something from him, something big, and every day that she remains close-lipped about it is a day he wonders if her love for him is fading, if she regrets being with him.
Sara reaffirms her love for Lincoln with the greatest Christmas gift of all, a blessing so tiny, yet so significant. She shows him it is their time now, that no regrets have a place in their love, and that he will always be hers, just as she will always be his.
I had to search for this one, as it was not appearing on my Kindle App. I then realized it was because the edition I had came from Smashwords and is no longer available. Apparently I downloaded it onto my PC app because it was still there.
Anyway, I loved this novelette because it shows a little snippet of Sara's and Lincoln's lives after Take Care, Sara.
We still see Sara struggling to let herself live life peacefully, but through Lincoln we find out she has been kind of mopey for the past couple of months.
Then Lincoln finds out why and doesn't take the explanation of "why" very well. Which is justified because keeping secrets isn't all that good for relationships.
Sara and Lincoln are one of my favorite book couples because they help each other heal and provide strength for each other, which is something that I think is needed in a relationship.
I just loved this! 5 out of 5 Platypires!