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It always feels like Christmas on Noel Street
In this new book from “the king of Christmas fiction” (The New York Times), author Richard Paul Evans shares a story of heart, loyalty, and hope as he explores the deeper meaning of the holidays and asks what it truly means to love and forgive.
The year is 1975. Elle Sheen—a single mother who is supporting herself and her six-year-old, African-America son, Dylan, as a waitress—isn’t sure what to make of William Smith when his appearance creates a stir in the small town of Mistletoe, Utah. As their lives unexpectedly entwine, Elle learns that William, a Vietnam veteran, is not only fighting demons from his past, but may also have the answer to her own secret pain—a revelation that culminates in a remarkable act of love and forgiveness.
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|Release Date:||November 5, 2019|