Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Wrapped up in Christmas Joy by Janice Lynn December 18, 2020

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 5:46 pm
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When a quilt shop ownerfinds a former Marine’s journal,she longs to heal his heart…

When Sophie Davis sorts through a box of donated books to her church, she’s surprised to discover a soldier’s journal. As the daughter of a veteran who watched her father struggle over the years, she feels a deep connection to the man who wrote the emotional entries.

Former Marine Cole Aaron battled to find peace after returning to civilian life. He’s always needed to protect others. Now, fighting fires in Pine Hill, Kentucky helps him put out the demons within him. When Sophie shows up at the fire hall with his journal from when he’d first returned stateside, Cole can’t believe it was in the box he’d donated. Not wanting to face painful memories, he tells her to trash it.

Sophie and Cole are drawn together as they both volunteer for their community, but it’s hard for Cole to let down his guard, and he doesn’t need anyone’s pity. After all he’s been through in the past, can he find faith in a more hopeful future…one touched by joy?

This heartwarming romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe for Dilly Duchess Potatoes.

My thoughts:

So I will admit it. I love watching all the cheesy Hallmark movies at Christmastime, even more so this year because I just need something predictable and that I don’t have to think about. I know they are not well written pieces of work, but I love them nonetheless.

I will say, though, I thought this book was well written. It has so much more depth then the movies have, which is typical for books.

The books are even better then the moves for the reason above and because you get to become fully immersed in the town the story takes place. It’s like wrapping a warm blanket around you.

If you are still looking for a cozy Christmas story this one might be right up your alley,.

Grab your copy at Amazon, Barnes and Noble or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

 

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