Friday, February 17, 2017
Angel Song by Mary Manners
Down on her luck, college-educated art teacher Quinn Sanders is a single mom who's returned to Landers Hollow to raise her five-year-old daughter, Linsey. While working at the local diner, Quinn is befriended by Jason Graves. She has no idea Jason's the youth director of Landers Hollow Community Church until he asks her to lend a hand with the children's Christmas pageant. Jason is dealing with issues of his own—a painful divorce following a doctor's confirmation that he'll never be able to father a child. Jason longs for a family of his own, but, rejected and disheartened, fears it may never come to pass. Jason and Quinn are both searching for a Christmas miracle. What they find is sweeter than an angel's song.
Mary Manners is a country girl at heart who has spent a lifetime sharing her joy of writing. She has two sons and a daughter, as well as three beautiful grandchildren. She currently lives along the sunny shores of Jacksonville Beach with her husband Tim.
A former teacher as well an intermediate school principal, Mary spent three decades teaching math and English to students from kindergarten through middle grades. While growing up in Chicago and as a student at the University of Illinois, Mary worked her way through a variety of jobs including paper girl, figure skating instructor, pizza chef, and nanny. Many of these experiences led to adventures that may be found between the pages of her stories. Mary loves long sunrise runs—she’s completed three marathons—ocean sunsets and flavored coffee.
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I love Christmas stories! Angel song is a wonderful story of Christmas love! Quinn Sanders has had to move back to Landers Hollow after losing her job as a art teacher. Trying to raise her daughter on a waitress salary anything and everything that could go wrong does. How will she ever be able to buy her little girl Christmas? Jason Graves stops in to the dinner and befriends Quinn. Jason is carrying a load of let downs of his own. Trying to move on in his life. Divorced by his wife because he couldn't give her what she wanted most. Jason and Quinn both need a Christmas miracle. Will they get one?
Wonderful characters well developed. I like to know them. Another great story by Mary Manners.