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Christmas Jars by Jason F. Wright
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Dec 04, 2009

really liked it
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Read in December, 2009

Christmas Jars was a heartwarming tale of kindness and joy. Hope Jensen was found as an infant by Louise Jensen in a diner during her traditional Christmas Eve dinner (delayed by illness that year). After months of paperwork, Hope becomes Louise's adopted daughter and she is raised with gentleness and a serious work ethic. Always dreaming of being a world class reporter someday, Hope has worked hard in her small-town job and she dreams of stumbling on the story that will give her entry into the top eschelon of reporting. Tragedy strikes and what begins as devastation turns into the story of a lifetime. The lessons learned will alter Hope and her perceptions like nothing she could have expected.
Jason F Wright has a wonderful book that shares in the miracles of the Christmas season on his hands. Christmas Jars is thought-provoking in the sweetest manner and reflects the heart and soul of the holiday with each page. Hope Jensen's inquisitive nature propels the story forward and meeting the symbolically named Adam and his family creates intrigue that keeps the reader riveted. The story of the Maxwell family easily will bring tears to a reader's eyes and leave your heart bursting with the spirit of giving. I would recommend this book to any of my friends who are looking for a read that will put a smile on their face!
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