Thursday, September 8, 2016

The Christmas Angel Project

The Christmas Angel Project
Melody Carlson
Abby started a book club years ago. Her ability to listen and give sound advice, her nurturing personality, and her caring demeanor made her a favorite among the attendees. When she passes away suddenly the four remaining women are lost. But Abby's last gift to them, little angel ornaments inspires them to do some things they've never done before. The little group of friends will find their lives have changed for the better thanks to the blessings of their caring friend.

This was a beautiful, heart-warming story. The point of view jumps back and forth between the four main characters. It flowed smoothly for me and I loved hearing what each woman had accomplished and was feeling about the projects as the story turned back to her.  I think every reader that picks up this book will be able to relate to at least one of the women in some way. The author wove an authentic faith, flawed humans, and redemption into a charming Christmas story. While it has moments of the magical, if slightly unrealistic, it is touching and is the perfect story for the Christmas season.

I received this book free of charge from Revell Reads in exchange for my honest review.

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