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Christmas Angel

Suzanne D. Williams

Publisher: Suzanne D. Williams

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A steady crackling came to my ears. It was heavier than any animal or bird I knew of and rather uneven. Stomp. Scrape. Stomp. Scrape. I flicked my gaze over my shoulder. "Who's there?" I called, and I gripped my rifle. No one ever came here but me, but maybe something had happened with Paula or the baby. 
"Bri?" I called. 
Silence. A chill crept up my spine. Someone watched me. I was sure of it. Standing tall, I lifted my rifle. "Come out whoever you are." 
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Angel Taylor had her life all figured out until her best friend shoved Elias Harper off on her. What's she need with a boy anyway? But Marta said he liked to dance and somehow that was appealing. 
However, something strange is happening in town and this right before Christmas. Is Elias involved? What is the secret he keeps from her? And what should she do when her life changes for good? 
Clean Historical Romance by best-selling author, SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS

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