A Christmas Passage
Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 2009 - Fiction - 306 pages
It's the most wonderful time of the year for some--and the worst for others. But within the heart of every Christmas, lies a special surprise for everyone. . .
Christmas Eve morning at a crowded airport threatens to become Christmas Day when a heavy snowfall waylays five strangers on their way to Asheville, North Carolina. Marta's traveling with two children and the weight of a bitter divorce on her shoulders. . .Andy, a widower and Vietnam vet, reminisces at the airport bar when he notices the presence of a female soldier. . .Specialist Ilena is on leave from Iraq, fraught with guilt about leaving her comrades. . .Reggie, a laid-off assembly worker, contemplates his uncertain future. . .and wealthy businessman John is troubled by the untimely death of his high-powered, workaholic father.
As the travelers reflect on their lives, a new challenge soon arises: their plane is grounded. But in the spirit of the season, a good samaritan offers to drive them to Asheville. Then her van gets stuck on a snowy road--and the real journey begins for an unlikely group who have more in common than meets the eye as they embark on a magical passage that will show them the true meaning of Christmas. . .
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A Christmas PassageUser Review - andoverctpatsy - Overstock.com
Part 2 of a lovely set. There needs to be more books like this out. A lovely book about Human nature and things we think we cant do but can. A rite of passage for a group of People and a great ending ... Read full review