Online Angel by Kelly Abell

Story: 8
Presentation: 8
Total: 16
Publisher: Hearts on Fire Press
Holiday Sweet Contemporary
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Blurb: An innocent trip to an online store to buy her three year old son a Christmas gift turns into a living nightmare for Cheryl Rubio. Mark, her poker obsessed husband has just cleaned out their entire savings account for a high stakes poker tournament three weeks before Christmas. On top of that he’s decided to leave her and the son he never wanted because Cheryl “doesn’t get him”.Devastated, scared and confused Cheryl must find a way to keep her struggling law practice alive and provide some kind of Christmas for Robbie. Thoughts of past mistakes haunt her and she begins to think about her first love Kevin Lawson, a man she dumped because she didn’t feel he was ambitious enough to fit into her life plan.Kevin is just coming out of a recent divorce to a woman who could never measure up to Cheryl. He never should have married her in the first place. One day out of curiosity Kevin searches for Cheryl on a social networking site. When he finds her neither one of them can believe the coincidence of the timing of their reconnection, or that for the last four years they have lived within 30 minutes of each other in Atlanta, Georgia.Can Kevin and Cheryl put past hurts behind them and reconnect to have the love they should have had all along? Will Cheryl, whose been praying for a Christmas miracle, find herself an Online Angel?

Review: This was a pleasantly pleasing holiday tale designed to give hope not only to those who think their life is in the potty, but to give hope to past relationships and the what if's. Sometimes all you need is a friend and the dark of night just doesn't seem quite so dismal.

A definite feel good story for the upcoming holiday season that should be a good read for everyone. No matter your walk in life. Take a peek at this little story and let your feelings flow. I promise a smile and warm fuzzies :)

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