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The Christmas Angel

Author(s): Jim Cangany

Kaitlin didn't want to go to the Christmas Parade. Michael didn't, either. But when their chance meeting along the parade route is brought to an abrupt and all-too-soon end, an angel steps in to bring them back together. 

Kaitlin's beloved heirloom angel pin, to be more exact. Michael finds it on the ground after Kaitlin's gone. With only a name to go on, can he track her down to return the pin before the night ends, as he feels he must? Once she realizes it's gone, is there any chance she'll ever see it again? The only hope they have of finding each other and returning the pin to where it belongs rests with divine intervention and the absolute determination that only comes from true love.

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"The ribbon in your hair, is that the one your mom gave you?"

"Uh huh. I wanted her with me today. That's why I put this brooch on, too." 

Her hand went to her chest, expecting to feel the warm metal of the angel's wings. Instead, all she felt was the soft wool of her sweater. She looked down. 

"Oh my God! It's gone." Kaitlin got to her feet, looked all around the table, and shoved her hands into the pockets of her jeans. Nothing. "God, Dani, Mom's angel, it's gone. I need to find it."

She grabbed her purse, fighting with everything inside her to keep the building wave of total panic at bay. "Sorry, everyone, but I need to go." She turned and sprinted out the door, blinking back hot tears as she ran.

A knock on the car's passenger side window got Kaitlin's attention. When she saw it was Dani, she unlocked the door. Sliding in without a word, Dani buckled her seatbelt, then gave Kaitlin's shoulder a reassuring squeeze.

"Let's think about this for a minute. Have you checked the blankets?" When Kaitlin nodded, she went on. "Do you have any idea when it may have come off?"

Kaitlin tried to focus, but the panic and despair she was fighting made it almost impossible. She rubbed her temple. "I still had it during the parade. Michael said he liked it."

"Good. Why don't we head back downtown? I bet it came off when you got knocked down. It's probably right there waiting for us."

Kaitlin pulled out of the parking lot and turned south toward downtown. The half-hour it would take to get back to their spot on the parade route would be excruciating. Her knuckles turned snow white as she gripped the steering wheel. With her focus straight ahead, if there were any other cars on the road, she didn't notice them. 

"Please be there, please be there…"


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ISBN (Electronic): 9781601741738
Genre: Contemporary
Date Published: 12/13/2013
Publisher: Uncial Press

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