All alone on Christmas Eve, Kenzie was feeling the betrayal of her recent break-up. While the sky was heavy with the dark clouds of an impending storm, she walked home from work to clear her head. Lost in her memories, Kenzie was completely unaware she was being followed by a man with green-eyes. Was this not-so-human being the good or evil that lurked around her? On the most magical night of the year, will Kenzie be able to save herself from that evil or will she need some divine inspiration? The outcome will depend on whether she can find the strength to forgive as the storm not only rages outside, but deep within her soul.
“With thematic threads and certain plot elements reminiscent of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and the long holiday movie classic It’s A Wonderful Life, D.L. Finn’s short-short book, A Long Walk Home, offers a feel-good antidote to potential seasonal doldrums, as well as a cautionary tale about prematurely submitting to such lurking inclinations.”– Reviewed By Joel R. Dennstedt for Readers’ Favorite
“I especially loved the touch of the paranormal as Thomas and Olive watch over the two women, while sharing their own delight with the Christmas scene that is so eloquently alive. A Long Walk Home: A Christmas Novelette is most highly recommended.”– Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite