Friday, November 23, 2012

"A Wreath of Snow" by Liz Curtis Higgs

The holiday season is normally filled with happiness and joy, but for two people, trouble fills their hearts. Can this Christmas season bring them any peace?

Margaret Campbell is a schoolteacher who came home for Christmas. But this Christmas had been horrible and she just wanted to get home. But the weather was not cooperating, and snow was affecting her train. While on the train, Margaret reconnects with someone from her past - Gordon Shaw. An accident that involved her brother brings painful memories to both Gordon and Margaret. When the train becomes stuck in the snow, will they find time to talk? Will they be able to move past the past and find a future? Liz Curtis Higgs weaves a wonderful story of forgiveness and love in her latest creation.

I love a good Christmas story and this did not disappoint me. Margaret and Gordon were great characters and the story captivated me. If you enjoy books that pull you into the lives of their characters, this book is for you. I recommend it to everyone who loves a good Christmas story. I received my free review copy from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an honest review.

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