He's a saint with a tarnished halo, and Aubrey Thomas can't stand himor can she? Handsome fireman, Mickey Hurst is loved by all. He volunteers at the local parish where Aubrey Thomas works as an administrator. He sings in the choir. He leads the youth group. He even acts as the church handyman, but Aubrey knew him before he became Saint Mickeywhen he told her he'd have to be drunk to kiss herand he was. What's so infuriating is that despite his horrible admission, Aubrey loves Mickey as much as everybody else. Mickey doesn't blame Aubrey for disliking him. After all, he kissed her when he wasn't soberand insulted her, to boot. Aubrey deserved a better mana Godly man. But, since that fateful kiss, Mickey's drawn closer to the Lord. With the intercession of God and the matchmaking parish staff, Mickey prays that this Christmas he will be able to prove to Aubrey he's now the man for her.
Therese M. Travis started writing when she discovered books came from people--around the age of eight. At eleven, she produced her first book, a single, handmade copy of The Ghost of Scotland Yard. She has since discovered that Scotland Yard is not in Scotland. Short stories and plays followed, and then she discovered Christian fiction, which combined writing stories and God, two of her favorite things.