[A Christmas Miracle] E–pub Ù S.J. Hermann
This is a great short read especially
For The Holiday From The Start I the holiday From the start I with Suzy and Jim Losing a family member is rough and to lose them around the holidays are even harder The author knows how to grab the readers attention from beginning to end Definitely
looking forward to reading of their works Prepare your tissuesSuch a but lovely short Christmas story Truth forward to reading of their works Prepare your tissuesSuch a sad but lovely Christmas story Truth told losing someone you love is not something you can get over not even in a milion years This book brings us the true meaning of love and belief and it teaches us that what matters in life are the loved onesAfter he s wife asses away Jim and his eight year old daughter Suzy are having a hard time getting along with their lifeand no one can blame them Especially a little girl Things that once where a family tradition are being Make This Model Castle put up to test by the little one But as daysass by Suzy decides that is time to apologize to her dad for the way she behavedAs Christmas is approaching it seems as if history repeats itself Only his strong faith and The Cleverest Person In The World prayers can bring little Suzy back to him Her mother has died suddenly and in tragic circumstances It is just before Christmas and it looks like they are in need of a miracle Then something else occurs Can this young girl get the miracle she needs See how it will goI received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review This short story was difficult to get through let along digest The little girl is a brat a whiner and annoying The father is clueless Plus nothing says Christmas like them watching Halloween movies on Christmas Eve The languagearticularly at the end is vulgar and filthy NOT recommended I abandoned this tripe A well written story that has. Little Suzy Dolton is inconsolable over the sudden and tragic death of her mother right before Christmas Having lost faith in the most magical art of the year her father. A little girl Suzy and her Father Joe
trying to move ahead after the death of to move ahead after the death of mom and wife but Suzy is too hurt Suzy does not want to do any Christmas things and she is getting hard to handle but Joe has a caring way with her She gets up Christmas Eve morning and asses out Joe rushes her to the hospital What helps Suzy and Joe move forward is something beautiful I would recommend this book I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and I also own it I stumbled upon this when I was searching for free Kindle Christmas books I saw it was a short read and thought it would be a great uick read to help catch up on my reading goal that I m still short onWhile it was easy to read I didn t enjoy it I liked the idea of a father trying to help his grieving child find the
magic of Christmas again all the while he s struggling as well but of Christmas again all the while he s struggling as well but the end of the book I wasn t really sure what was happening It was retty abrupt and didn t make much sense The one Singapore Math Practice Level 5a Grade 6 part I did like was when the dad suggested starting new Christmas traditions I thought that was a good idea to start the healingrocess I was shocked at the amount of bad language including the F word a couple times toward the end It was already clear that the dad was going through hard times so the filthy language was completely unnecessary and annoying Do I recommend this book No Would I read it again No Short sweet storyThis short story wasn t a romance at all really It was a little girl missing her Mother a month after she died She hated Christmas without her Mommy and was retty mean to her Daddy Then there is a Christmas miracle courtesy of Santa Very sweet story A Christmas Miracle by Bella Emy is a wonderful story to read This is a wonde. Jim desperately tries to bring back the magic she has lost When an unforeseen change of events takes over their little family on the morning of Christmas Eve Jim's faith. .
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And Daughter Who Lost Wifemother And The daughter who lost wifemother and the girl wants nothing to do with christmas It is a heartful loving story to read and I recommend it to everyoneI received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review Grief and loss at Christmas A good read but lease note that this is only 50 % of the age count It s hard enough
"to cope with a loss of a loved one at Christmas "cope with a loss of a loved one at Christmas when it is still raw but for a child to loose when it is still raw but for a child to loose mother it can be devastating Her father is trying to get her interested in eating and Christmas but she is fighting him all the way From refusing to eat to not wanting a tree Finally he seems to have made a break through by stating that they would make their own Christmas traditions For some watching Halloween movies should not be carried over to Christmas but it seems to work and a break through happens But when she gets up the next morning complains of feeling ill and then collapses all his worst fears come to the fore Would she be okay or would he loose her too her mother had an undiagnosed heart condition Now she is in a coma and the doctors don t know why When Christmas morning comes what will it bring An Uplifting ReadThis story is an ideal READ for the most wonderful time if the year I live the realistic feel of a father and daughter relationship during times of unavoidable conflicts that were without a glitch ortrayed by the authors It made me sigh thinking about cherishing moment with our loved ones ALWAYS because we can never be certain what might or what could happen next Mr Dalton and Suzy touched my heart therefore I recommend this book to anyone who wants to be moved in a rather miraculous way. And spirits are really Sugar Secrets Luck put to the test Will the magic of Christmas be enough to bring back the joy to their family once Or will they really depend on a Christmas miracle.