I’ve now read the first three books in this series and have just started this last one. If you enjoy fun Christmas novellas, I encourage you to pick up all four of these stories and read them in order. While they stand alone, there are hints in each one to the other stories.
Wings of an AngelThe Friendly Beasts of Faraday #4
Publication Date December 7, 2018
Genres: Christmas, Clean Romance
Setting: Oregon Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
The last thing she needs is a romance . . .
The first thing he intends to do is make her fall in love
Veterinarian Angela Carol escaped her past and started a brand new life in the friendly community of Faraday. Her charming little boy, Nick, a thriving practice, and a comfortable home are all she needs to be happy. At least that’s what she continually tells herself. But her traitorous heart longs for Nick’s teacher, a man who’s become her best friend. With no intention of falling in love again, she struggles to keep her thoughts and heart in line where Drake is concerned.
Drake Miller had plans to be the next NBA star, but when an injury left him sidelined in college, he decided to teach and return to his hometown of Faraday. There’s nothing he enjoys quite as much as shaping the minds of the first grade students in his classroom, unless it’s making Angela Carol smile. The first time he saw her, he knew he was a goner, but the widow has made it clear she has no interest in getting involved in a relationship. How can he prove to her that it’s worth taking a chance on love?
The unlikely team of Nick, along with his pet sheep, Shep, and a dove named Jasper, work to spread a little romance along with holiday cheer. Will their efforts be enough to unite Drake and Angela in time for a Christmas miracle?
Enjoy discovering the answer in this sweet Christmas romance filled with the spirit of the season and tenderness sure to touch your heart.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: Tidings of Joy