Where Treetops Glisten

Three stories in one of a family’s who’s lives are changed by the war.

In White Christmas by Cara Putnum finds Abigail Turner working at a candy shop and going to school. She has no interest in an romantic relationship until a young man waltzes in her life and turns it upside down.

In I’ll be home for Christmas by Sarah Sundin, War hero Pete returns home and immediately he meets a little girl who is so full of energy. They quickly become friends but when Pete and her mom meet, it’s clear that the hurts of the past are not healed. It will take a Christmas miracle to bridge the hurt between Pete and the girl’s mom.

In Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Tricia Goyer, Meredith Turner is deep in the front lines in Netherland as a nurse. Far away from family, she is determined to have Christmas. When a chance encounter with someone from her past, she is stunned. Will she be able to put aside the betrayal and open her heart? – Amazon Synopsis

I love Christmas stories! There is something so magical about Christmas season and these books capture it well. I enjoyed these books very much. The stories take place during a crazy time in the world and in the midst of it one family strives to make christmas a season of hope instead of discouragement. All these stories about about people who are going about doing what they are supposed to and then God says i’m going to change your life, just trust me and It’ll all work out.

I recommend it to my friends and family. I have also read other books by these authors and enjoyed them as well. If you’re looking for a heart warming story then these are for you!
I received this book from Waterbrook Multnomah as a review book.
Purchase your copy at Amazon: Where Treetops Glisten: Three Stories of Heartwarming Courage and Christmas Romance During World War II
Connect with Cara Putnum: http://www.caraputman.com
Connect with Sarah Sundin: http://www.sarahsundin.com
Connect with Tricia Goyer: http://www.triciagoyer.com


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