Caylie Abrahms bad day gets worse when the teen brother she's responsible for proudly hands her a gift. Just wanting to show how much he appreciates all his sister does for him, Kyle steals what he believes is an ornate glass vase. The gift is anything but however, and now Caylie has to find the owner of an urn. Worst yet, she has to explain her dear brother stole someones loved one.
Against all odds she learns the urn belongs to Rick Marshall, her best friend from college, the man she'd poured her heart out to and been rejected by. She never thought she'd see him again, let alone have to hand him back his father in glass. Will her resolve remain strong in his presence, or will she suffer another broken heart?
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To Urn Her Love "To Urn Her Love" by Elaina Lee was a short and funny romance novel. It was about a stolen urn that was returned to its owner. How Elaina Lee went about the story was really interesting. The brother, Kyle, steals the urn thinking it was a flower vase for his sister, Caylie and now she has to return this to its' rightful owner. However, the catch to this story is that this urn belongs to a a former boyfriend (Rick Marshall)that had broken her heart seven years ago. Would Caylie be able to do this? You will just have to read it and laugh along with me! I did laugh a lot while reading "To Urn Her Love" and I think you will be laughing along with me in this funny good read!
When you read the synopsis for To Urn Her Love, you get a sense that you are about to read a somewhat serious story. A young boy, Kyle, steals a glass vase to give to his sister, Caylie, not knowing it is an urn with ashes in it. They then have to return the urn and admit to the theft to a man who broke Caylie's heart years ago. All I can do is hope that this story was written 'tongue in cheek', because I found myself laughing a lot. This is a well written and enjoyable short story. I would definitely recommend To Urn Her Love. All proceeds are donated to victims of the April 27, 2011 Alabama tornadoes.