Review of Not Enough by P.D. Atkerson
I've always found that I enjoy my series to have short stories in between novels. There is something intimate about seeing characters from a different perspective, on a tighter time-scale. This short story is no different, as we see Simon Lee as a three year-old, and see Winfield as not only a father, but also a husband. However, the mother and wife in the picture is feeling overwhelmed and unfulfilled, possibly suffering with a long-lasting strain of post-partem depression exasperated by past trauma of her dangerous life, and the present stress of a genius toddler who hasn't learned how to stay out of trouble along with his other impressive advanced behavioral qualities. A great glimpse into the past as we readers prepare to see what the next chapter of the AKA Simon Lee series takes us.
I received a copy from the author, but was not required to write a favorable review.
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