The Noel diary : from the Noel collection / Richard Paul Evans.
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- ISBN: 9781683249382
- ISBN: 9781683249382
- ISBN: 1683249380
- Physical Description: 327 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2018.
Regular print version previously published by: Simon & Schuster, Inc.
"When bestselling romance author Jacob Churcher returns to Salt Lake City to settle his estranged mother's estate, a young woman arrives looking for her birth mother who lived with Jacob's family during her pregnancy. They discover a diary written by Noel and begin a quest to find her, reconcile their pasts and rewrite their futures"-- Provided by publisher.
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The Noel Diary
Romance author Jacob Churcher hasn't been home for almost twenty years -- not since his mentally ill mother kicked him out of the house when he was just sixteen. When a lawyer calls, days before Christmas, to inform him that his estranged mother has passed away and left her house to him, Jacob returns not just to settle the estate but to try and reconcile with the past and the pain and abuse he experienced as a child. Also, maybe cleaning out her house will be slightly less depressing than spending the holidays alone, watching reruns of Christmas classics.