The second book in Donna VanLiere's inspiring Christmas Hope series.
The sequel to the Christmas Shoes, this book is a tear jerker story about the life of a young man after his mother passes away on Christmas day. Wonderful reading.
This story was a good sequel to the first book The Christmas Shoes. I did like the first book better thou. I am looking forward to reading the third book The Christmas Hope.
Each of us is destined for something, a purpose that often seems muddy or vague at best. We want nothing more than to know what our purpose is, to know that we haven't just been put down here to fumble our way through to the end, This book will help you see sparks of revelation that push you closer to your destiny. Discovering the meaning of love, faith, and courage.
The second book in Donna VanLiere's series of Christmas novels. The first was The Christmas Shoes. It's fun to have a quick read at the holiday time and it tells a heartwarming story.
Good read about what each of our purposes may be in life.
A wonderful follow up book to The christmas shoes. Every bit as touching.
Bring out the box of tissues with you. Loved both books in the series.
A good book to read to get in the Christmas mood before a roaring fire or curled up with a blanket and a car on a snowy day.
The book is beautiful, great story!
Beautiful story about appreciating life.
Beautiful Gift book!
THis is the sequel to CHristmas shoes. Nathan will never understand why his mother or Charlie died. BUt he learns to accept life as it comes. HE becomes a medical student working in the hospital and almost gives up, until he realizes that he has no control over death and dying. HE has several Christmas miracles of his own, meeting Robert Layton, the man who bought Nathan's dying mother the red shoes on Christmas Eve. Robert's CHristmas miracles, the miracles of love in his own family.This Christmas story is a great blessing to all who read it. I would rate this book a 10.
Have the tissues ready when reading this one! What a great story!
This was a very very good book.
Who doesn't love Christmas stories at any time of the year, especially one as nice as this.
I really enjoyed reading this book but it left me exhausted from crying.
Love these kinds of stories - serendipity at its finest!