Anthologies, Romance

Love Ever After, Them by T. S. Arthur

This is second story in the Love Ever After anthology. I will be reviewing all twelve of them.

Description

Reunite with your soulmate on a ranch in Colorado; escape certain death with the love of your life in Yugoslavia; toast marshmallows by the light of the setting sun whilst you find the strength to carry on; or search for your lost love as the smell of fish and chips dances on the sea breeze. Something for everyone, each of these stories tells of love in all its form.A collection of short stories from authors you know and love.

Karen’s Magic Review

After a fireworks of a start, I expected the next story to get back to normal with a typically enjoyable romance. I was wrong. This was anything but typical.

Instead, the same thing happened again, it starts our normal and then there is an incredible twist. Marnie is on a summer camp lamenting a row with her boyfriend Jake back home. the camp was for city teenagers to get into the countryside and be around nature.

As soon as they return in their mini bus, the teenagers phones start to ping with messages as they come back into an area with a signal. It quickly becomes apparent something is very wrong back home.

The reader is kept in suspense with the teenagers trying to work out what the problem is and why everywhere is deserted.

Then it was revealed. Wow! I never expected that!

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