Book Review

A CAROL FOR CHRISTMAS
by Robin Lee Hatcher

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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Award winner novelist Hatcher writes a tender, heartwarming story about the decisions we make in life. Shorter in length than a regular novel, this is a quick read for anyone who's busy or on the go. Realistic issues and authentic emotions carry this story along. Many will connect with the book's theme of goals, relationships and personal reflection.

Carol Burke has two
loves: music and her husband, Jonathan. After 18 months of
marriage, life in Idaho is difficult
as Carol struggles with loneliness
while Jonathan works long hours
at the family store. As her marriage
falls into a routine of disappointments, Carol relies on her love of music to keep her going. When she is asked
to help coordinate a Christmas fundraiser, she jumps at the chance
to meet Travis Thompson, the most famous country singer around. This
life-changing experience awakens
dormant dreams of becoming a
famous singer/musician. Torn between marriage and musical opportunities, Carol is driven to search for an answer. However, when God speaks, will
Carol listen? (ZONDERVAN, Oct., 144
pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Reyes

Publisher: Zondervan

Published: October 2006

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