The madness must end. All Abigail wants for Christmas is to be left alone. She has grown tired of her family’s horrible matchmaking schemes and her daughters’ deceptive plans to get her to take her ex-husband back. It’s not that she doesn’t want a relationship. She’s more than ready for Mr. Right to sweep her off her feet. She’s just come to the realization that there may not be a Mr. Right out there for her—and that’s okay. Now if she could only convince her family of that.
Jeff is all work and no play, which is why he found himself stranded in the middle of nowhere with a blizzard quickly approaching. Desperate for cover, he spots a house in the distance. Upon meeting the kindhearted, gorgeous owner of the home, he deems Abigail his Christmas Angel, and thanks Santa for the early gift. But is she too good to be true?
Note: This traditional romance is part of the Second Chances series which features heroines over the age of 40!
Christmas Angel came to me last Christmas when I was missing the snow. I come from Illinois, but live in the Sonoran desert (also known as Phoenix, Arizona), so there is no snow. I used to love to watch the snow fall. Each flake so peaceful as it floated to the ground. That’s when Abigail popped in my mind. Like me, she was reclusive, in her 40s and her daughters were in college or completing soon. Unlike me, she was divorced. She wanted a relationship, but things just weren’t working out for her. I also saw Jeff, a work-a-holic. He doesn’t want or need a relationship, but then he meets Abigail and his world is turned upside down.