The Power of Love by Kemberlee Shortland

The Power of Love by Kemberlee Shortland
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Genre: Holiday, Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (42 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

When Elaine Donovan discovers she’s pregnant, she hesitates telling her husband, Ethan. They’re newlyweds and plan to wait until they’re ready to start a family. Ethan surprises her by accepting early parenthood, embracing the idea more fully than either of them expects.

When they receive bad news after a prenatal exam, both must face that their charmed lives are about to come crashing down around them.
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Do Christmas wishes really come true? Elaine is staking her life on it!

Can love really conquer all?

I adored the chemistry between Elaine and her husband Ethan. They were newlyweds when this tale began, and their giddiness at starting their lives together made me eager to find out what would happen to them after Elaine got pregnant much sooner than they’d been expecting her to. While welcoming a baby into their family so quickly was a strain on their finances, their excitement over soon becoming parents was contagious.

There were some plot holes regarding the bad news that Elaine received after her prenatal exam that made it difficult for me to get into this story. The diagnosis was so serious that I was pretty surprised by the fact the doctor didn’t notice it earlier and that the characters didn’t get a second opinion. I even briefly wondered if this was supposed to be set decades ago because of how little information they had about what was happening and what the treatment options were. Eventually, I decided that it was probably meant to be a contemporary story, but these plot holes made it tricky to know for sure as well as to understand why certain scenes were written the way they were.

With that being said, I adored the ending. It fit the tone of the plot quite nicely. Christmas is a magical time of the year, so I was glad to see how that season played out when Elaine and Ethan were struggling with so much uncertainty and grief. This was a heartwarming thing for me to read as the holiday season approaches.

I’d recommend The Power of Love to anyone who wants to get into the spirit of Christmas a little early this year.

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