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A Christmas voyage to London…
Six months ago, Alexa Gordon’s engagement transformed from happiness to betrayal. Christmas is on the way. The last thing she wants to do is spend the holiday in mourning for being so foolish with her emotions. A spontaneous, soul-reviving trip to London is just what she needs.
Becomes a mission of the heart…
Peter Colby, a treasured friend from Alexa’s study abroad term in England years ago, welcomes her back to the UK with open arms. He knows she’s still reeling, but he’s determined to show her a proper, fulfilling love that will keep her at his side forever.
And God’s plan unfolds.
But they live half the world apart, and Alexa is shattered by past pain. Can Peter help her find the courage she longs for? Can he convince Alexa that finding home isn’t just about logistics, it’s about the power of the heart?
Selah Award, Best Novella of 2013 - Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers
Carla Rossi (Saturday, 08 December 2012)
I love it when a short story can transport me to a different country and allow me to experience the culture and holiday festivities. Marianne Evans
is a gifted writer who has done just that in Finding Home. Peter and Alexa will warm your heart and you will enjoy this trip to the UK for Christmas
- where even the airport sounds like fun (and we all know that can't be true during the holidays!)
email@example.com (Friday, 07 December 2012)
Magical & Heartwarming!
For six months Alexa Gordon mourned a broken engagement. As she stood in her kitchen following a recipe for scones,
memories of a study term spent in Britain engulfed her. University friends, Peter and Vannie Colby had purchased the cookbook from Harrod's as a gift
to her. Memories of a happier time sparked a sudden desire to revisit the UK and the friends she'd grown to love. Discovering Alexa's Facebook status
of baking scones and counting down the days till the end of the year, Peter saw an opportunity to bring Alexa to revisit London. He responded with an
offer of free accommodations in the apartment he shared with his twin sister, Vannie. Peter's enthusiasm and a pictorial description of a scene from
the pages of Dickens prompted Alexa to an impulsive decision to return to London for the Christmas season. As Alexa and Peter revisited the wonderful
places she held close to her h
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thursday, 06 December 2012)
What a wonderful trip this is as we travel with Alexa to London...and into Peter's waiting arms. This story is so warm with the love of her friends
it's hard to imagine why Alexa would want to be anywhere else. And Peter is amazing, not to mention his whirlwind sister, Lexie. You can feel the love
wrap around you as you read this story.