Tracie Peterson’s Winter Novella Brings Hope for the Holidays

World War II has swept the small town of Haven, Pennsylvania, into a flood of patriotism covering an undertow of fear. Crippled in an accident which killed his father, and wounded by his military rejection and the recent death of his mother, Andy Gilbert is further isolated when the only job available to him makes him the object of community resentment. Delivering telegrams during war time has made Andy a lonely and feared outcast during the cold holiday season with no hope for comfort or love.
While visiting the graves of his parents, an elderly stranger approaches Andy, recognizing a kindred spirit as well as sensing Andy’s deep pain. A love story of a different kind evolves as this compassionate and prayerful woman seeks to change the attitude of both Andy and the town.
Bestselling author Tracie Peterson penned this moving holiday story. Peterson has written more than 50 contemporary and historical novels including the DESERT ROSES series. Her books make regular appearances on Christian bestseller lists. Tracie and her family make their home in Montana.


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