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The Chain You Forge

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Inspired by Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol."

Benita Holden has more money than she’ll ever spend. As a personal injury attorney, her bank account grows in large sums. What does she spend her money on? Nothing. What does she do for fun? Work. Her life is one of routine, from the moment she wakes until she goes to bed at night.

That all changes one night when she gets a
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Kindle Edition, 159 pages
Published November 15th 2017
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Pete
Nov 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A new twist on "A Christmas Carol". The premise is similar - what does it take to get the curmudgeon Benita back on the right track and realize there's more to life than herself and her money. Of course, it will take some ghosts. The writing on "The Chain You Forge" is current and crisp. It brings to the forefront not only Benita's life but life in general and how even a small decision or unforeseen circumstance can change life for anyone. Benita's trip through her life not only kept the book mo ...more
Kim Paulus
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
If you like Dicken's Christmas Carol... you are going to love Ms. Bain's version. Benita is a very wealthy woman. She is an attorney at her own law firm. Always looking out for her bottom line, even ignoring her own family and the families of the firm. One night she is visited by her dead father... Change or your chains will be longer than mine he tells her.....three spirits will visit you; pay heed to what they say! This is a Christmas Carol with a Christian undertone. This book can be enjoyed ...more
Linda Rainey
Nov 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I loved this modern day retelling of a Christmas Carol.
The storyline was intriguing, the characters vivid and the setting compelling.
This was an enjoyable Christmas read and it is highly recommended.
Pauline
Dec 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A fan of Dicken’s Christmas Carol, this book caught my eye. Downloaded it to Kindle and enjoyed this quick read. The lessons are good for us all and being retold in modern day times was interesting.
Jan Hall
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I loved this retelling of A Christmas Carol. It has made me think. I highly recommend this story.
Deanna Stevens
Dec 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
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A Christmas story I was glad I read.. Kathryn Bain never disappoints!
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