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Cameron Blake has everything a man could want. Or so it appears. But in the dark of night, the contents of an old manila envelope remind him that the one thing he truly wants is beyond his reach.
Kristin Hansen returns home after a messy break-up. While her parents think she’s returned to recuperate after surgery on a broken arm, she’s actually escaping from an abusive relationship.
When the pastor of a local church recruits Kristin and Cameron to supervise the building of the church’s float for the upcoming Christmas parade, their hidden secrets are exposed. Cam sees in Kristin what he truly desires…but knows he can never have.
As Christmas nears, can Kristin help him find the thing that’s eluded him all these years? The one thing his heart truly desires? Hope.
I had an ARC for this book, but this is my voluntary and honest opinion. Kristin works for her father in the office of his car repair business. She moves into a new apartment, and meets the owner of the complex, Cam when she accidently locks herself out in the middle of the night. He’s substituting for the regular maintenance man. They continue to interact, and end up overseeing the church youth as they put together the Christmas float for a parade. Cam’s difficult youth has shaped him and his ideas, but Kristin shows him that faith and Christmas can have a place in his life. A heartwarming book about love, faith and growth as a person.
Carole of the Bells is a wonderful tale of two people finding happiness. Carole has a secret she’s keeping from everyone in her life. It’s a secret she needs to keep so she doesn’t lose everything that is important to her. You can’t help but root for her to start trusting the cute music teacher at her school. It kept me turning pages!
Another great story by Carol James. This engaging story was a delight to read with believable characters I was instantly drawn in. It’s a great reminder that with Jesus forgiveness and new beginnings are always available. I love how both Kristin and Cam were about to overcome the hurts of their past.