This sounds like a wonderful book which could ultimately help couples with similar problems.
“Fix what? Their fractured family? A lonely Christmas? Perhaps, but he could try. The Live Nativity display he drew up would be legendary, and if that didn’t prove to his wife that he could buy into her need to stick around, celebrate Christmas even without their family, he didn’t know what would,” John ponders in Susan May Warren’s short love story, Evergreen.
Part of the Christiansen Family series, this two hundred and eight page paperback targets those who love clean romance with relational conflicts, confrontation, and forgiveness. With no profanity, overtly sexual scenes, or extreme violence, the story focuses on learning to forgive others and trust God.
Continuing the story of the large family, this current-day novella has patriarch John looking forward to having his resort home in northern Minnesota to himself finally while his wife, Ingrid…
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