A wonderful story! My only complaint was it was too short! A Christmas tale of love and loss, but mostly love, the kind that makes the coldest of days warm.
The story was very well written, and a very easy read. You will be spellbound reading about small children's faith and unquestioning love. A fathers loss, and new found love. All in all a fantastic tale.
A Christmas story that will last as long as SOL is around. Yes, I'm a sucker for romance and this one has lost love, found love, almost lost it again and finally settled in with the hero not only getting the girl but saving her too.
This is a 4 on my FD hanky scale.
I would like to say more but heck I've already probably spoiled it for you. Don't let that stop you from reading this and dreaming about fairy tales.
Prior to Christmas a young women is found one mourning, half frozen, at the home of a widower and his three children. She does not remember who she is and a storm has left the landscape buried under snow.
I enjoyed this story a lot. It is how the widower and the unknown lady overcome their loneliness. It was well written and the emotions pull you into it. A very uplifting story and worth your time to read it. Not too much seek, more plot oriented.