Ella’s Secret: An Inspirational Romance by Patricia Azeltine

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Ella Carmichael needs a job and a roof over her kid’s heads. But to apply at Parker’s Candy Factory, owned by Jason Parker, her ex-fiance, is crazy. She learns at the interview only the position was taken and runs into Jason. Sparks ignite between them. With nothing available at the factory, he offers her a job as a housekeeper at the Parker Mansion, a live-in position. How wise it is to bring her twins to live there when Jason is their father but doesn’t know it? And then, there’s his mother, who broke them up six years ago. Desperate, she accepts the position.
Can Ella and Jason rekindle their love and become the family they always should have been when his mother comes for a visit? Will Ella’s secret about the twins destroy any chance they have? She turns to the guidance of Reverand Foster, who teaches them about forgiveness.
Will Ella and Jason find happiness with faith, hope, and love?
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“Great quick story”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Nikki Hartman

Great quick story! Good story line that could have easily been expanded to a longer book. It kept my attention throughout and I did not want to put it down. This would have been a great story for a vacation read.

I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book, through Reading Deals, and I gave an honest review.

About the Author

Patricia Azeltine started writing in romance, took a break to write young adult, middle-grade, and puzzle and coloring books, and has returned to romance with Ella’s Secret: An Inspirational Romance. She loves the complexity of relationships and putting them in a book is like putting a jigsaw puzzle together. She has been writing for thirty years and loves to sneak in humor in her stories. Many of her character’s hard knocks come from personal experiences. Her mentor of many years, Frank Lambirth, once told her that a writer can’t become good until he/she has experienced life’s ups and downs. Patricia believes that’s good advice. Write from your heart.

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