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by Lauraine Snelling

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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Snelling's captivating tale will immediately draw readers in. The grief process is accurately portrayed, and readers will be enthralled by the raw emotion of Jenna's and Nora's accounts. The story brings to light the importance of organ donation.

Though they are strangers, Nora's and Jenna's lives are about to intersect. Nora, the mother of twins,
is dreaming of the perfect Christmas before her kids graduate. Her husband, Gordon, is returning from Germany, and Nora is finalizing all the small details. But a tragic accident changes their lives forever. Jenna, a single mother, is praying for a Christmas miracle. Her daughter, Heather, is in need of a heart transplant and is getting weaker every day.

Days before Christmas, it appears that one mother's heartache may be another mother's jubilation. As both learn the importance of family and friends, will prayers be answered for Nora and Jenna in the new year? (FAITHWORDS, Nov, 320 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: FaithWords

Published: November 2008

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