Valentin's Day

Valentin's Day

Valentin s Day Valentin treasures every stolen moment he can share with his lover Laurent in their little cabin in the forest But Laurent is haunted by fears of a danger he can t quite remember memories he s sure

  • Title: Valentin's Day
  • Author: Charles Edward
  • ISBN: 9781615819683
  • Page: 204
  • Format: ebook
  • Valentin treasures every stolen moment he can share with his lover, Laurent, in their little cabin in the forest But Laurent is haunted by fears of a danger he can t quite remember, memories he s sure Valentin can help explain Nothing can stop the flow of memory or time, but Valentin will protect and cherish Laurent as best he can.

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    This story made me fall in love with Charles Edward's writing. This short piece is the best short I have, EVER read. I love the emotions, story, and characters. Simply a great read!

    Valentin’s Day is the first story I have read by Charles Edward and I was thrilled. Valentin’s Day opens to a playfully loving couple, Valentin and Laurent, who quickly engage in a romp. But as quickly as the heat tapers off, so does the happiness as we learn the true nature of our heroes’ relationship and the circumstances which have conspired to bring us to the point where the story takes place.I have said it before, and I’ll say it again here, I am truly amazed by authors who can writ [...]

    There are lots of entertaining short stories, but not many that are entertaining, beautiful, imaginative and moving. Valentin's Day falls into that special category of stories that I will never forget. It is written straight from the heart and conveys the feeling of true love with grace and power. It's a gem.

    Valentin’s entire life is focused on Laurent, one might say he only lives for those rare nights he can spend with his lover. His place of residence, the kind of sorcelry he chose to study, even the way he furnished his cabin down to the decision what they’ll have to eat, everything is designed for Laurent’s needs. The sad thing is that Laurent apparently misses big portions of his memory, so that he’ll never be able to fully appreciate to what lengths Valentin goes to keep him safe and h [...]

    Normally I don't read anything but HEA or HFN stories. I don't like to be sad and it sticks with me in a bad way:( This one I made an exception. The characters pull you in and the plot make you wonder and then be amazed at what love can do. It was a wonderful read especially considering how short it was:)

    This was a short and haunting story, built around a single scene between two lovers. Note: this is part of the Dreamspinner Bittersweet Dreams series i.e. do not expect a traditional HEA, or even one at all :).Review for Brief Encounters Reviews: briefencountersreviews/201The story is told from Valentin’s point of view, beginning with his reunion with Laurent. They appear to be just two young men together, making love, enjoying a meal in a private cabin in the forest. The reader doesn’t know [...]

    This one moved me for sure. Charles Edward brings the lovers together in a night of sweet passion, but the unanswered questions arise – poor Laurent can't recall, and Valentin recalls enough for us to be quite sure Laurent is better off not knowing. It's in Dreamspinner's Bittersweet line, so expect something other than a conventional happy end for this small bit of perfection.The depth of love and longing in this story is incredible, the language is beautiful, the characters clearly drawn eve [...]

    I don't really know how to tell how beautiful I find this story. I rushed it at first trying to find what this short tale could contain. Then the words finally slowed me down because they painted such a clear picture, so I started again. I read slow and consumed each sentence. And, unfortunately, finished.I know what I am writing sounds pretentious but I don't want to just throw out words to describe such an amazing story. It could have been told in 100 pages but its so very powerful in 11 pages [...]

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