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Job 42:2: “I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted.”
Welcome to a funny and poignant holiday tale of mysterious calls and miscommunication as Shelly and Danny’s first Christmas together approaches.
Shelly wants to continue to build her public relations firm and agrees to do a big favor for her godfather. Danny Winston, aka Winston Daniels of movie fame, is desperate to rebuild his burned dreams and help his family face down a medical crisis.
They each overhear part of a conversation and jump to conclusions which challenge their marriage and fragile faith. It's a little “wonderful life” meets “gift of the magi” for these two special people and those who love them.
What do you do when your heart wants one thing but life pushes you down another road?
I am definitely a Lisa Lickel fan. I’ve read several of her books, and this one did not disappoint.
Danny, a Wisconsin farm boy, and Shelly, a Hollywood business woman, are the perfect example of opposites attracting. In this story, two people from totally different backgrounds come together and struggle to do the right things. They have their own desires and wishes, but they are willing to sacrifice something they love for the one they love.
As I read this, I couldn't help but think of a mixture of A Comedy of Errors blended with The Gift of the Magi. The perfect read for the Christmas season.
One of my favourite things about the holiday season is the abundance of new Christmas stories to read! After a while, they can all start to sound the same. So, when I find one that approaches the familiar trope with a twist, I’m hooked. In Everything Noel, a passionate fish farmer/reluctant actor, a secret baby, a childhood illness, and a Hollywood businesswoman come together to tell a story about sacrifice, love, and the importance of family.
Shelly and Danny have a fish farm in Wisconsin. She’s in PR. He’s also an actor, but not crazy about it. He needs money for the business and agrees to do another movie. His niece also needs a transplant, another motive to work. A misunderstanding adds to the topsy turvy stress but all ends well. Good story, a bit slow at times with narration.