As events reveal more about himself than he bargained for, an Englishman's spontaneous midwinter break in the Egyptian Red Sea with two beautiful Russian strangers produces an unexpected Christmas gift.
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By Christine Cavalier
Dec 14, 2010
The images of being taken hostage by a severe migraine headache still haunt me, months after reading this story. Pain can put us in precarious situations, and this character was definitely in danger, both mentally and physically. It's a novelette of self-discovery that you won't soon forget.
Dean Whitbread takes you with him on a spontaneous holiday that had its own plans for him. This honest and personal travel tale explores the transformative power that travel can have on our lives. Written in open, warm and enjoyable style that gives you a feeling of intimacy and sympathy with the author, this short story will leave you reflecting on those journeys to foreign lands that somehow changed your own life.