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Falling Leaves: A Short Story

4.29  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
A woman finds a special leaf that leads her to a magical and mysterious place. Will she believe what she sees when she finally gets there? Will she decide to stay?

This is the first story in a series of three.
Kindle Edition, 10 pages
Published December 3rd 2012
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Tuan Ho
Jan 18, 2013 Tuan Ho rated it it was amazing
On Christmas day I the found the time to read a great little short story called Falling Leaves by Kayla Curry.

So what's the story about? It's about a woman who finds a leaf and is intrigued and mystified by its perfectly symmetrical formation. This leaf takes her to a place and a man (Frenchman) she never really expected.

And who knew a story about leaves and a Frenchman could be so compelling?

Reading this story stimulated my thoughts about leaves so much that I'll probably walk to the nearest tr
Jacob Donley
Dec 22, 2012 Jacob Donley rated it liked it
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FALLING LEAVES was an interesting read that drew me through from one page to the next. Kayla Curry created a concept that instilled an element of suspense that all successful authors employ, wanting to know what's next. The version of the story I read seemed to be wrapped up too quickly at the end. All in all, I would recommend this short story to others. I liked the overall story and enjoyed the read. I always know that when I grab one of her titles, I'm going to enjoy it.
Apr 20, 2013 Leah rated it really liked it
This short story about a mysterious leaf is intriguing. I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about it, but I'm actually enjoying it. I really like Olivier. He seems interesting. Thia seems gullible, but spontaneous. She is really into her work, but I believe she has jumped into this "destiny" quickly. I'm interested to see what happens next!! :)
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Kayla Curry’s creative mind never sleeps. Literally.

At night, her active imagination produces dreams all night long. It’s those dreams that provide much of the inspiration for her stories which have a little Victorian charm mixed with a fairy tale flair.

Her works include Where the Carnies Are, Obsidian (Mystic Stones Series #1), and many short stories.

She lives in North Platte, Nebraska with her h
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