The Noel Surprise by Augusta Hill

A husband proves that Christmas miracles and true love really exist.

The noel surprise

Meaghan takes party planning seriously. She has diagrams, notes, orders, and schedules galore. Her upcoming holiday party should be a breeze then – she has been working on it for months! 

However, when she forgets a key component of The Party, Meaghan is left in despair. Having tried to take on too much, she feels that she has ruined the day for everyone. 

Luckily, her husband decides to step in, proving to her that romance and Christmas miracles are always in season! 

This is a 5,000 word clean romance, perfect for a quick read before bed!

Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Short Stories (single author)

Language: English


Word Count: 5000

Sales info:

This is the third book in a four book series. Readers have enjoyed the humor and quick pace of the series. 

Sample text:

Meaghan grimaced and looked up from her clipboard. The dry, dead yard taunted her, with not a single speck of snow to add some holiday cheer. Meaghan enjoyed nothing more than planning and organizing parties, and she was known for running her party schedule with an iron fist, but even she had not yet found a way to control the weather. I wonder if I should buy snow next year. Someone has to be able to ship it, she thought.

Not withstanding the errant weather, the party looked like it would be a success. And that was undoubtedly due to her tireless efforts. Meaghan had spent weeks fussing over the decorations, party games, and menu. The cookies alone had required five days of internal debate and a spreadsheet of color-coded options. She had even badgered her three best friends, Courtney, Emily, and Sonali, to spend most of the day setting up. The threesome had worked tirelessly, following Meaghan’s elaborate diagrams and minute instructions to the letter. Not without loud complaints, however.

            All the time and stress would be worth it though; she had no doubt about that. The house would be filled with laughing children, relaxed guests, and plenty of holiday cheer. It would be like a Christmas card come to life – joy and happiness filling every space in the house, with a big crackling fire in the background to add toasty warmth to the night. 

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Francesca Orelli
Author review:
Awesome to work with!
Already translated. Translated by Patrícia Pinto
Author review:
Patrícia is fantastic to work with. Very prompt and professional - highly recommend.

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