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Welcome to my 30 Days of Christmas Reviews Holiday Feature!30 Days of Christmas Reviews

Beginning November 26th and continuing through December 31st, I will be posting 30 Christmas Reviews. Shop by Christmas 30 and find great new reads for Christmas.

I’d also like to add your Christmas Spirit to mine. So, link up any Christmas review that you create and join in on the fun! Add Your Reviews!

Hott Synopsis

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What do you see as you look around you?

Can you see that the beggar on the corner has no socks on under his shoes in wintry wonderland?

Can you see the hunger and fear in the child everyone calls a loner?

Can you see the loneliness behind the complaining on the widow next store?

Ever since the tragedy that took her husband and son from her, Gloria can only see the needs of others. It’s all she wants to see.

Until, God gives her what she needs the most.

Hott Review

There is one line in this book that says, “Find out what breaks your heart and get busy.” Ever since reading this book several years ago, I can’t get it out of my head. For me, this has been one of those rare fictional reads that makes you take a hard look at yourself and strive to be what God intended.

Yet, as with watching the sun rise, God is there only if you choose to include his.

Author: Donna VanLiere
Grade: A+
Ages: 15+
Steam: None
Series: Christmas Hope #4
Others in the series:
  • The Christmas Shoes
  • The Christmas Blessing
  • The Christmas Hope
  • The Christmas Promise
  • The Christmas Secret
  • The Christmas Note

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