A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs is a sweet Christmas novella. It is set in Scotland at Christmastime in 1894. It is centered around Meg and Gordon, two lonely traveler's whose paths cross unexpectedly. They discover that they share a painful common history. Once the two are pushed together on Christmas Eve will they be able to reveal their common path in order to make amends with her family? Will they form a unlikely bond?
Meg and Gordon were likeable characters. I wish they could have been a little deeper and their relationship more developed, but it was just a novella and not at 400 page novel. I think it could have used an epilogue set a few months or a year later. There were a few questions I had after finishing the book.
I enjoyed this simple novella. It was a quick and enjoyable read. The story was very original and not something you have seen over and over again. It was a story of redemption as well. I liked it and would recommend it to others.
I received this book from WaterBrook Multnomah in exchange for my honest review.
I love each and every one of Julie's books about the O'Connor family. I
was eager to read the story about the relationship that started the
O'Connor family and it didn't disappoint. The only thing wrong with it
was that I wish there was more! Julie's books are always very well
written and as I always I hate to see them end. Things that were
mentioned in the previous books made me wonder how Marcy and Patrick's
relationship started and now I know. I think I will have to pick up all
the books and read them in order again now that the whole story is
complete! I loved how Patrick allowed God to change him and how the
friendship blossomed into something much more. Well done Julie! I
highly recommend this book and any of her others. Waiting anxiously for
her next book to be released!
I am a Christ follower. I am wife to a wonderful husband. I am mom to three loving and energetic little boys. I teach music and chapel at my boy's preschool.Somewhere I find time to sew and do machine embroidery and applique. Despite all of those other things I still find time to keep my nose in a book!