Tuesday, October 23, 2012

A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs- Charming and Delightful!

A Wreath of Snow by Higgs, Liz Curtis

In the wonder and magic of the holiday season will love encompass the frozen state of the heart?

Meg Campbell teacher en route via train to fulfill her new role stops home to pay a visit. She is not aware that she is searching for what lies on the horizon.

Gordon Shaw writer for the Glasgow Herald newspaper carries with him a tragedy from the past that is seared forever in his memory. He wishes to remain annoymous to those who might recognize him within the newspaper world or otherwise.

As the plush snow falls unending incapacitating the passenger train the conductor seeks ways to remedy the situation.

A chance encounter in the most unlikely of places, as two souls struggle to discover that maybe forgiveness seeks not in what the eye can see but perhaps something more.

A charming and delightful quick to read and fast to enjoy novella of family, secrets and love that will occupy a special and permanent spot of your bookshelf to read and reread for the upcoming holiday season. Escalating and engaging plot, easy to identify with characters, (I loved Gordon's personality, masculine and noble!), along with romantic and dreamy scenery will surely command your attention to this well written book. I found the overall message of this hard to put down novel inspiring and will highly recommend this read. I received a copy of this book from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for my review. 5 Stars


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