Take a peek at Keyhole Conversation’s newest YouTube video book review, The Night Before Christmas, where Hazel Hart portrays her character, Sadie Myers, who tells all on the author who brought her to life.
It’s Christmastime and Wes Myers asks for Jesus to help him reconcile with his wife Betty, so he can keep her from teaching their children pagan beliefs. After promising Jesus he will do anything to save their souls, he hears, “If I should die before I wake. . .”
Betty takes him back, and with Wes’s prayers answered, the couple has a few good days. Then Wes loses his job, and he reaches for the bottle first and the Bible second. On Christmas Eve, Jesus speaks to Wes again.
The message is chilling!
If you’ve ever wondered why a woman stays with an abusive husband or why a father would kill the child he loves most, then you must read the story of Betty and Wes and what happened on The Night Before Christmas.
Can anyone save Wes Myers daughters from a father who loves them more than life?
Don’t miss this psychological suspense novel. View the video below and listen as Hazel Hart’s character, Sadie Myers, tells all on her author.
The Night Before Christmas
is a riveting page turner, with suspense that builds up to the very end. The storyline explores issues of domestic abuse and takes the reader into the often unexplored region of cult-like religion that manipulates the emotional landscape of all the characters involved. The reader will not be disappointed with this excellent novel. Rated five-star. You can read a sample here.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hazel Hart has won awards for her short fiction, including “Amanda Marie,” published in Kansas Voices, and “Confessions,” published in Words out of the Flatlands. She has two published suspense novels, The Night before Christmas and Like Mother, Like Daughter, and has co-authored two books of short stories, Dark Side of the Rainbow and Edge of Nowhere, with Bonnie Eaton aka B.J. Myrick.
Hazel lives in the Midwest.
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