Love And BethleMayhem
A Christmas Novelette
One heartbroken handyman plus one overwhelmed volunteer equals one hot mess.
Tis the season for the annual Christmas nativity play, only no one in the church has run it in what seems to be the last decade. Beth rises to the challenge for the kids—not her heart. That would be preposterous! Her commitment has nothing to do with the endearing Evan Sharp sparing his evenings to help her recreate all the damaged props. Nevertheless, despite her efforts everything seems to fall apart.
This year, she’s praying for a Christmas miracle. Perhaps she’ll have him too.
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The Aykotah Daughter
When the authorities concur for the king’s daughter to meet her future husband and ruler, Miroreka Fakusha rebels. Believing she can lead the Aykotah tribe better than an outsider, Fakusha entertains the plot of sabotaging her engagement. She’d much rather explore the jungle or fight alongside her brothers than serve a foreign prince—she may even go so far as to use her powerful fists and her strong will to change her fate.
Her betrothed, Borrego Ni’guah guah is unaffected by her strength and stubbornness. This royal doesn’t need to use his charm to get what he wants—even if it’s Lady Fakusha.
But for Fakusha, the struggle increases between what she wants and what is wanted of her, especially when her closest friend, Ridwiqu’Mar, cannot hide his desire for her any longer. Ridwiqu’Mar, the king’s personal guard, secretly meets her with a scheme of his own … but that isn’t the only secret the jungle holds.
As tension grows between them, will Ni’guah guah be able to defend his position, when others seek the Aykotah throne? And with the island tribes waging war with each other, will Fakusha conform to her role before it's too late?
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About The Author
Andrhea lives in northern British Columbia enjoying the small-town charm with her handyman husband and two daughters. She tends to geek over superheroes, shoujo manga, and cartoons. When she’s not writing or addressing immediate mothering tasks, she often returns to a life of home renovations and to her beloved sewing machine.