"An angelic lovely tale."
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted January 20, 2016
Romance Contemporary | Novella / Short Story | Holiday
Looking for a lovely lighthearted joy of a short story --
look no further than A MIDNIGHT CLEAR by Hope Ramsay. This
little gem is a steal and will probably encourage
you to seek out more by this wondrous author.
A MIDNIGHT CLEAR is a humorous, heartwarming short story
that tangles with the issue of whether angels are real. For
parents of special needs kids any miracle that helps is
welcome even imaginary ones—and that's if you are a
believer. A MIDNIGHT CLEAR is honest in its treatment of a
young boy with Asperger's spectrum and yet with the
Christmas season approaching can't help infusing a bit of
Teri Summers fights an uphill battle trying to keep her son
Aiden's world safe and calm. Aiden has an angel Raphael
who offers him comfort. Teri has an arsenal of calming
techniques, which most times do the trick. But see that's
thing with kids with Asperger. Life is unpredictable.
The new local doctor Tom Crawford has a great bedside
manner, and Teri is truly impressed with how generous he is
with Aiden. Can you imagine what would be the best
Christmas present for these three?
Go ahead and buy yourself a treat. A MIDNIGHT CLEAR
is sure to put a smile on your face and have you looking at
the world just a little different. Perhaps looking through
Aiden's eyes. Lovely.
Dr. Tom Crawford isn't feeling the spirit of the season when
he arrives in Last Chance. Far from friends and family, he's
the odd man out in this town of gossiping, tight-knit
Southerners-until he meets a sweetly sexy single mom who
makes him feel welcome. Suddenly the handsome doctor is
thinking he's finally found a place to call home.
Local florist Teri Summers has her hands full of mistletoe
in preparation for the holiday, yet finding someone to kiss
is her last priority. But when the gorgeous new doctor makes
a connection with her special needs son, Aiden, Teri finds
herself wondering if she's finally found happiness in this
season of joy. For Teri and Tom, Last Chance may be their
best chance at love . . .
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