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Waiting for Colton (Afterlife Book 1) by Drew Hunt

Nice, good feelings novella, I have to confess I managed right till the last page to not shed any tear, but one escaped in the end.

This is the story of Dennis, a kind-hearted, but a little goofy gay man, who was a Children Books’s author when he was alive. Dennis died too young, after only 10 years of shared joy with his lover Colton. When he discovers that alterlife is a paradise welcoming to everyone, Dennis doesn’t know if hoping Colton will join him soon, or wishing for him a long life. In the meantime, Dennis is assigned to Brett, a young college guy. Dennis doesn’t understand why a total stranger is welcoming him, but little by little he will understand that Brett is the son of the heart he has never had.

There is a lovely romance in this story, but it’s not really the central theme of it; it’s more like a fantasy tale, a tale that aims to give hope to everyone, hope that we are all loved.

http://www.jms-books.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=29&products_id=191

Amazon Kindle: Afterlife Book 1: Waiting for Colton
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (January 1, 2011)

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Tags: author: drew hunt, genre: fantasy, length: novella, review, theme: angels
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