Homespun Christmas: a modern small town is unified by love in four novellas
Barbour Books, Sep 1, 2002 - Fiction - 348 pages
For the good citizens of Hope, Washington, the future appears hopeless- until a small boy's crazy idea for a Homespun Christmas begins to turn things around. A century earlier, when pastor Fergus McKay came as pioneer to the small logging village of Hope, he envisioned a place where couples could fall in love and grow old together in service to God and community. But over the years, the hope died - and all that remained was a village filled with despair. This Christmas, will the vision of that young minister find fulfillment at last? Can the Christmas wishes of one small boy ignite the fires of optimism in the citizens of Hope, Washington, once again? Enjoy the holiday season as it once was - and may be again - in a town called Hope. Discover a real Homespun Christmas.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wareagle78 - LibraryThing
A lovely, light Christmas read. Four Christian romance stories center around the trials and rejuvenation of the Washington town of Hope. Battered by the downturn in the timber industry, the town ... Read full review
Review: Homespun Christmas: Hope For The Holidays/More Than Tinsel/The Last Christmas/Winter Sabbatical (Inspirational Christmas Romance Collection)User Review - Tiffeny - Goodreads
This was a book of 4 Christmas stories and I seriously spent all of December reading it. I finished it just after the New Year. What a bummer. The books were OK. The 4th was actually my favorite and ... Read full review