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 someone's 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?
What reviewers are saying! 5/5 from Twimombookblog " So glad that Astraea Press asked me to review this novella. Not usually a fan of short stories I was surprised I became so invested in the characters so quickly. And after reading this one I am off to look up more from Elaina Lee. I enjoyed her writing and the storyline was well written. To Urn Her Love is a heartwarming story that’s going to leave you with a smile on your face. " - Mandy - To read more click HERE
4/5 from Pages of Forbidden Love "This story starts off in such a cute and realistic way... I’m not really a huge fan of short stories, this one was good and worth the time to read. The characters were great and I did like the romance that was happening between Caylie and Rick." - Alexa To read the full review, click HERE
From Tazzie Book Reviews "From page one, I was captivated by the characters that Elaina Lee has woven with so much detail they could leap off the page. The story unfolds with the right amount of back story to keep it interesting and let us know the characters, yet still gains momentum towards the major plot in a satisfying manner... she took me on a journey that, although brief was satisfying and left a smile on my face. I'd recommend it for anyone wanting a lighthearted, fun read, and hope to see more from Elaina Lee in the future." - Andrea - To read the full review, click HERE
5/5 from Great Minds Think Aloud " How Elaina Lee went about the story was really interesting... 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!" - Arlena - To read the full review, click HERE
Fallen Angel Reviews " This is the first I have read from Elaina Lee and won't be the last. Judging from this story, this is an author to keep track of. To Urn Her Love is definitely a romance, but it's full of comedy as well... The whole thing about the urn was definitely funny and such a clever thing for Elaina Lee to put in the book. All in all, it was a good story... I can't wait for what Elaina Lee has in store." - Melinda B - To read the full review, click HERE
What readers are saying!
"To Urn Her Love is a sweetly written story about love, loss, and reconciliation. Elaina shows us Caylie, a woman struggling to raise her younger brother Kyle in the aftermath of her parents’ death, and paints the angst of trying to corral a slightly lost teenager with heart and humor. Then she introduces Rick, letting us into his mind and heart with a clear, keen insight into the male point of view about lost love and hope. This story was very well-written; although it steers clear of the erotic element that defines so much of her work, it’s a delightful, quirky read that will leave the reader wincing in sympathy and laughing out loud! Five Beer Mugs!" - J.S. Wayne - Author of Angel Would Fall and Angel of Morning
"To Urn Her Love features a romantic story that we all can relate to — what if we had done things differently years ago? Did we miss the one? Fast forward 10 years and we find our heroine's life is an uphill struggle. Both of her parents are dead and she's trying to raise a sticky-fingered little brother who could test the patience of a saint. Then she comes face to face with him. Was the right decision made all those years ago? Is she glad she escaped or wish she had been caught? This is a must read for anyone who has ever had that what if moment and for those of us who have siblings, especially for big sisters, and heartening for those who are an only child." - Cassie Exline - Author of the Sheryl Locke Holmes Mysteries