We like to believe in love. We want happiness to always win out over sadness and pain. Fairytales were originally stories meant to teach us about certain things and they did a great job of it. Although many fairytales were very unhappy. Today, with the development of Disney, Fairytales have become something happy and teach us about love...undying love...love for family, friends and most importantly...love for our soul mate.
If you have been following MO Kenyan's New Yorker series, you see that love is always worth fighting for...and here's another piece of this amazing puzzle....
Love is not a fairy tale.
And Karma is a bitch.
Love transcends, resurrects and honestly performs miracles. DJ thought that he had lost his present and future to his father’s past. He had held Eve, the woman he was afraid to love at arm’s length, until one day she disappears from his life. His life spirals out of control as he tries to come to terms with losing his greatest love.
Eve was moving forward, at least that was what she told herself. She had given up on DJ, but just like the fairytales she used to believe in, she met her prince charming once again. Too bad their love read more like a thriller than it did a fairytale.
About the Author:
Love is supernatural. I live my romance through my words. I believe in love and love believes in us.