I always love to read one of Liz Curtis Higgs' stories. She was on a TV program I saw doing a rap invention of hers it was so funny, back to the book at hand.
I always love a Christmas story no matter the time of year but this one was released in the fall season and ready for Christmas.
Meg Campbell is a school teacher in Edinburgh and had come home for Christmas but the trip was for nothing because she was not staying. She and her brother Alan could not get alone because he was so jealous and selfess. She had left home to take care of an aging aunt so when her aunt passed away the house was left to Meg. That is where she now lives and teaches, but her brother thinks the house should have been left to their father so he could get his share.
As she trugs to the train station it was very cold with snow on the ground, she was not sure if the train was running but there it was, so she had to hurry.
As she leaves her home town and is on the train headed back to her home in the city, a detour caused some delay and she meets a young handsome newspaper man Gordon Shaw and as they begin to talk they find out that their lives are so much alike.
Will they become friends or will their pass catch up with both of them and cause hardship?
Thanks so much to Blogging for Books for this beautiful hardback book, and I choose to review it.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review."