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A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs
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Oct 09, 2012

really liked it

This lovely Victorian Christmas story is one of love, forgiveness and redemption. Meg and Gordon meet after many years of separation. As children, they were involved in a near tragedy that has now come back to haunt them or to heal them.

After a large snow storm, the train Meg and Gordon are traveling on becomes stalled on the tracks. The three mile walk back affords them the opportunity to become reacquainted. Whether this is a good thing or not, will be determined during their emergency Christmas stay with Meg's parents and brother.

This story was definitely reflective of God's love, forgiveness and redemption of His people. It shows that following God's lead is always the best thing for our lives. A sweet Christmas tale!

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Susan MacNeal so glad to see you liked it! i have it at home, and am looking forward to reading it.....

Ronna I definitely enjoyed it. Light but very meaningful. Hope you enjoy it also!

Susan MacNeal i'm keeping it for a little closer to christmas (although it's getting closer and closer!)....

Laura Lee Sounds like a good story, love Victorian stuff!

Ronna Think you would enjoy it Laura Lee!!

Laura Lee Finally read it, Ronna. Miss you.

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