And So This Is Christmas

And So This Is Christmas A blank page looks completely different depending on where you are in life when that page appears in front of you For Jillian Francis who prefers to quietly and privately mourn the loss of the father

  • Title: And So This Is Christmas
  • Author: Pam Covert
  • ISBN: B009HW02H8
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A blank page looks completely different depending on where you are in life when that page appears in front of you For Jillian Francis who prefers to quietly and privately mourn the loss of the father of her unborn child, her blank page becomes filled with Everything Baby and Everything Christmas.Believing herself to be in one of those spaces between life, when life isA blank page looks completely different depending on where you are in life when that page appears in front of you For Jillian Francis who prefers to quietly and privately mourn the loss of the father of her unborn child, her blank page becomes filled with Everything Baby and Everything Christmas.Believing herself to be in one of those spaces between life, when life isn t really happening, she soon discovers that there is no such space, that life is always happening Through the help of her would have been in laws, her childhood friend, an intrusive neighbor, and her own tendency toward wit and sarcasm, Jillian finds her way back to a life she never expected to live, and never expected to love.

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    1. This book is only available through as an ebook at the present but will be available in paperback SOON! Update to follow, those interested in the ebook version can download it immediately to any device or computer, for those interested in the paperback version I will update this review and edit the profile as soon as the paperback is available! This is a story about a woman coming to terms with her life, the one that is rather than the one she planned, and isn't that the reality of things?! Lot [...]

    2. And So This Is Christmas. A very pregnant woman whose boyfriend has died is befriended by a mysterious neighbor just before Thanksgiving. I did not like her nor her best friend to start but as the novel progressed, I became more forgiving. This story had a twist that added interest but the time-frame seemed too rushed; having to fit everything in by Christmas. It would have been a more believable book if events were spread over the course of a year and not a few months.

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