Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Book Review: Christmas at Harrington's

Christmas at Harrington's

Christmas at Harrington's, by Melody Carlson

Christmas is a time we enjoy our families, make memories, and reflect on the past.  Some people, such as Lena Markham doesn't have much to look back on, unless she wants to dwell on a past that is best forgotten.  A past that will come back to haunt her just as her new life is turning around for the better.

Just out of jail Lena finds herself on a bus heading to a town where she doesn't know a soul, to a boarding house where she won't have a stitch of clothing to hang in her closet and $40 in her pocket with the hopes of starting a new job.  When things do not turn out as planned Lena is surprised when she is offered a job as Mrs. Claus, the perfect job it would seem until she encounters a face from the past.

I enjoyed this book, it was not your usual Christmas read, but a story with a whole lot of meaning and a story that brings out the true meaning of Christmas, I recommend this book, during your Black Friday shopping stop in at your local bookstore and take a peek, you'll be glad you did!

“Available November 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”


**I received a copy of this book for review from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing, and was not compensated in any other way for my honest thoughts and opinion.

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