Dandelion Moon

(Hallowed Halls #2)

by Hannah Alexander

Dandelion Moon
Part of the Hallowed Halls series:
Editions:Paperback
ISBN: 9781505286106
Pages: 220
Kindle
ISBN: B00QBDTYF2
Pages: 222

On Christmas Eve, a woman stumbles through a cemetery, not knowing who or where she is...

Myra sat beside Weston, staring up at the December sky. "I remember sitting in this place watching the moon disappear a little more each night, like the head of a dandelion blowing in the wind. That was how I felt about my life."

"But you know what happens when those dandelion seeds spread," Weston said. "The wind carries them away to be planted and thrive elsewhere. You may feel as if you're losing yourself, but your love is planting hope for new life in others."

On Christmas Eve, Weston Cline frantically searches for the woman he loves, psychiatrist Myra Maxwell. She fled her clinic in the middle of the day, and he's heard nothing from her since. When he can't find her in the city, he decides to search in her hometown, where he's made enemies in the past and must tread lightly.

Will Weston be able to find Myra and help her recover her memories, or will his past sins prevent him from reaching her?

 


 

Praise for Dandelion Moon

"I love the way the way Hannah Alexander details the medical side of things and the many aspects of her novels. This one does not disappoint. The dialogue is great, the characters are deep and have very normal problems, while struggling to live a Christian life. Forgiveness plays a large part of this story and so does being a good Christian example. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading good christian contemporary romance." -- Marilyn Johnson, Soul Inspirationz Reviewer

Praise for Hannah Alexander

"Hannah Alexander blends fast-paced emergency room drama with a colorful cast of characters to keep you on the edge of your seat. I wish I'd discovered this author sooner!" Terri Blackstock, author of the Moonlighters series and the Intervention series.

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Reviews:Marilyn Johnson on Goodreads wrote:

This is book 2 of the Hallowed Halls series. Even though you can read this one without reading the first. I would definitely recommend reading the first one "Hallowed Halls", its a great read too. You will have a deeper understand of all the characters and their history, if you read Hallowed Halls first.

I love the way the way Hannah Alexander details the medical side of things and the many aspects of her novels. This one does not disappoint. The dialogue is great, the characters are deep and have very normal problems, while struggling to live a Christian life. Forgiveness plays a large part of this story and so does being a good Christian example. I was given a copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading good christian contemporary romance.


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About the Author

HANNAH ALEXANDER is the pen name for the husband-and-wife writing team Dr. Mel and Cheryl Hodde. The Hoddes began collaborating on fiction books during their first date, actually a blind date arranged by their pastor. It all began when Cheryl shocked Mel with her request, “Can you help me paralyze someone without killing him?”

Cheryl went on to explain that she was an author and needed to paralyze a character in the book she was working on. Mel, a board-certified ER physician with a degree in osteopathy, was happy to assist. This was Mel's introduction to the world of fiction and Cheryl’s introduction to medicine. They were both fascinated, and a year and a half later they were married.

The fascination grew as Mel shared more of his career experiences and Cheryl's imagination took over. Together, they generated ideas for a story. With Mel's medical input, encouragement and help with plotting, and Cheryl's writing skills gleaned over 13 years of writing, they developed their first ER-style novel.

The couple established a pen name that rightfully distinguished the two sides of their writing. Cheryl chose Hannah from the Bible meaning “she delights in the Lord.” Mel chose Alexander, meaning “servant of mankind,” drawing from his career as a physician. After more than a decade of marriage, they have written more than a dozen books as Hannah Alexander and have garnered a Christy award for their work.

Mel and Cheryl reside in the Missouri Ozarks, where they like to set the majority of their books. You can find their website at www.hannahalexander.com
   


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