About the Book:
Seven Christmases have passed since Sonia Pettit last heard from her daughter Jody. Since Jody’s departure, Sonia’s world has been turned upside down. Her husband has died of a broken heart, and her son, bitter over his sister’s destructive actions, has become rebellious.
Her greatest desire is to have her family together at Christmas, but after what Jody has put them all through, can Sonia truly forgive her daughter?
Jody Pettit O’Dair ran away to experience a life of adventure and excitement, but since her
departure, her world has been turned upside down. She’s been abandoned by the man she met and married, lost her job, and is unable to care for her two children. With nowhere else to turn, this prodigal daughter begins the long journey home and prays she will be welcomed after walking away so long ago.
Will Jody find forgiveness in the arms of her family as easily as she received it from God?
I never expect Christmas stories to be anything but sweet and happily ever after, and this was no exception to the rule. However, it really didn't do anything for me and I chose to skim the second half of this 53 page novella.
I'd like to thank the folks at Litfuse for the complimentary review copy.
One "merry" winner will receive:
- A Paperwhite Kindle
- A Christmas Homecoming by MaryAnn Diorio