A Heartwarming and Inspirational Novella
It’s Christmastime in 1890s Meadowmead, and someone is venturing out at night to leave packages at the homes of the needy. Dubbed The Yuletide Angel, no one knows the identity of this mysterious benefactor. No one, except Hugh Barnes, a confirmed bachelor who finds himself drawn to the outwardly shy but inwardly bold Violet Madison, a young woman who risks her safety to help others.
When Violet confesses her fear of eviction from her childhood home, Hugh longs to rescue her. His good intentions are thwarted, however, when Hugh’s estranged brother shows up in town … and in Violet’s company.
But Violet faces an even bigger threat. A phantom figure lurks in the shadows, prepared to clip the wings of The Yuletide Angel.
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Praise for The Yuletide Angel
What a delightful story! Sandra Ardoin mixes a healthy serving of intriguing characters with a dash of mystery to create a love story that’s as sweet as the cakes her heroine bakes. ~ Amanda Cabot, Author of The Christmas Star Bride
Rarely has a novella captivated me as quickly and as thoroughly as Sandra Ardoin’s The Yuletide Angel. Her characters are endearing and the writing superb. I look forward to more stories from this talented author! ~ Myra Johnson, Award-winning author of When the Clouds Roll By
A Few 5-Star Amazon Reviews:
“Very sweet and surprisingly full of action! Good story. Perfect for the romantics craving a Christmas story on a cold night.”
“Yuletide Angel is a heart-warming novella. The perfect size to read on a rainy day or on the beach. Sandra draws her reader into the world of Meadowmead. I enjoyed her characters, setting, and plot. Even though the end was clear in the beginning, it was the journey that made this read worthwhile. Absolutely satisfying.”
“This was a fun quick read that celebrates the season of giving in a way that inspired me to look for opportunities to be generous as well.”