“Window Fellow” by Faith Potts

What can you hide through a window? Annalyse never expected to make a friend through a window, but her talks with the guy who lives next to the bus stop have become a favorite part of her day. But when a sudden schedule change reveals a secret he hadn’t meant to share, is there anything she can do to make things right? Or is their window friendship broken beyond repair?

Author:Faith Potts
Rating: ★★★★ (four stars)
Bible Translation Used: N/A
Controversial: Uses the words d*rn, dr*t, and stupid.
Romance:  Guy asks girl if she’d like to go out with him.
Window Fellow is a simple and sweet short story. With less than 16 pages, the reader will be dying for more. It also teaches a lesson on on friendship. My only complaints? The words used in the controversial section and the story is way too short. (But if it was any longer, it’d probably have too much romance for me.) 

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to leave a positive review. All thoughts are my own.

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