It is a few days before Thanksgiving. It snowed over 5 inches of snow this weekend. I had a good cup of tea and the book titled “The Amish Christmas Sleigh” to read. I settled in and completed this book of three stories in less than two days.
I have never read anything by these three authors – Kelly Long, Amy Lillard, and Molly Jebber. But I will look out for these three authors in the future.
In each story, one of the characters holds on to a secret that haunts them. They have difficulty in getting through a difficult time. They can't let go of the past. Someone enters their lives that make them confront their fears and grab onto their last chance of happiness.
An actual sleigh is part of each story. I believe the sleigh represents being free of the fears, the doubts, the worries. When you are sleighing you are closer to nature and you are feeling the excitement of the ride. You feel the cold air hitting your cheeks and you are not worried about anything. It’s fun and you are exhilarated. After the ride, you are relaxed and ready to sit back with that cup of cocoa. This is what it feels when you resolve a problem. You are happy, excited about tomorrow and so relieved.
I enjoyed this collection. I loved that each story ended on a happy note. A delightful holiday read. ****
I received this book free to review.
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