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Dear Santa by Dahlia Rose

Dear Santa

by Dahlia Rose

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Dear Santa by Dahlia Rose is another great holiday short story about a couple serving in the armed forces and proves in a harsh and dangerous environment something as fragile as love can bloom when least expected. This is another short story but there’s a lot to enjoy with this sassy and entertaining plot. Dahlia Rose has many great stories under her belt and once again, the author delivers a story sure to please. The plot is quite interesting, the characters are very relatable and their current situation speaks to many people who may have or know someone currently serving in the armed forces. This interracial, contemporary romance is a feel good read and a bit of suspense is thrown in to up the enjoyment factor. Lieutenant Ace Cameron is all male and when he commands his men, his authority is unquestioned yet when he interacts with Kimberly, he’s putty in her hands. I love how his personality softens when in her presence. Kimberly Albright is a woman who speaks her mind and goes after what she wants and I love the no holds barred relationship they share. This is a wonderful, quick read that is sure to be a favorite for many romance readers.

Specialist First Class Kimberly Albright is glad her tour is almost over and can’t wait to go home. Then Lieutenant Ace Cameron is stationed in her camp as reinforcement and Kimberly is immediately drawn to his ice blue eyes and warm personality. Ace is not immune to Kimberly’s ethnic good looks either and they strike up an easy friendship laced with some serious sexual tension. Ace’s attraction to Kimberly’s “full lips and whipped chocolate skin” borders on obsession and with the unpredictability of military life, Ace decides there’s no time like the present to let Kimberly know how he feels. Kimberly has no problem reciprocating Ace’s feelings because she feels the same. Eventually Kimberly’s tour ends and sorrowfully she leaves hoping Ace will join her soon.

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