A Christmas Miracle is an Enchanting Holiday Adventure About Redemption, Romance, and Familial Bonds
Released on December 8, Lindsay Downs' newest regency era romance, "A Christmas Miracle" is a compelling and exciting adventure that is equal parts romance, suspense, and mystery.
By: TouchPoint Press
"A Christmas Miracle" is an exhilarating account that features multiple mysteries, historical settings, strong female characters, and numerous romantic elements. As such, this exciting adventure will appeal to a myriad of readers, whether they be mainstream audiences, or readers who enjoy historical fiction, mysteries, romance novels, or stories filled with suspense.
Downs not only provides enough twists and turns to keep lovers of mysteries and romantic suspense interested, but the focus on family, and redemption keeps the story grounded, intimate, and captivating. When asked about what "A Christmas Miracle" means to him, Downs explains that the reunion of Viscount David Withersfield and his brother the Earl of Tining Abbey was "Similar to what my biological daughter and I experienced a few years ago after thirty plus years. Now we communicate on a daily basis."
The enthralling tale of "A Christmas Miracle" follows Lady Constance and Lord Withersfield, who after two attempts on his life, turns to his estranged brother. Though he is the last person he wants to see, the Earl of Tining Abbey is literally the only one who can help. While layers of betrayal and suspicion unfold all around them, their protection proves insufficient to save Lady Constance from being kidnapped. The former alienated brothers are thus forced to set their differences aside for the good of the family as they embark on a desperate quest to rescue Lady Constance from approaching disaster.
About the author
Hooked by stories about romance, beautiful damsels, and handsome heroes, Lindsay Downs began to write but was unsatisfied with the results and put aside his passion for years. He tried again in the early years of the new millennium but once again met with limited success. Then, in 2006, he was given more time to read different genres after taking a job as a security officer. His reading led him to discover the regency genre, and he knew it was something he wanted to attempt. Since the release of Downs' debut regency romantic suspense novel in 2012, he has focused on this genre while still publishing a few contemporaries. He has lived in Texas since 2012.
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