Happy Friday, reader friends! Are you ready for a Christmas story?! Check out the first line of The Hope of Christmas Past by Stephenia H. McGee below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!
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The Hope of Christmas Past by Stephenia H. McGee
The cheery Christmas music, the gingerbread-scented air freshener, and her foster mom’s happy humming couldn’t paint over the festering in Isla Laird’s heart.
The Hope of Christmas Past is a sweet and inspiring afternoon read filled with moments of laughter and sprinkled with happy tears. Aside from the tastefully executed time-slip element, Isla’s story reads much like an encouraging coming of age story. The author’s portrayal of this young lady’s heart and jumbled emotions are genuine and relatable. Messages of hope, belonging, and love soothe the bittersweet longings for loved ones out of reach or situations beyond our control. What a wonderful story for young ladies to enjoy with their sisters, mothers, and grandmothers! This story reminded me to cherish the peace God graces us with as believers. I highly recommend this story!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions expressed are my own.