A Christmas Visitor

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Berkley Books, 2008 - Fiction - 328 pages
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From the New York Times bestselling authors comes a story of Cape Light Christmas surprises?

Molly knows she?s fortunate, but after raising children who are nearing adulthood, she is pregnant again. With her own life just taking off she can?t conceal her disappointment?and will have to explore what she truly needs to be happy to recapture her Christmas spirit. Meanwhile, Miranda has found an unconscious man in her orchard and while she nurses him back to health, an unexpected attraction develops. Can she let uncertainty back in her life again? And Reverend Ben finds his own mystery, an abandoned wooden angel statue that people believe holds miraculous powers. He?d wished for more visitors, but his church turning into a tourist attraction is more of a burden than a blessing.

Christmas doesn?t always bring the things we ask for or expect. But sometimes it brings gifts more wonderful than we dreamed?

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User Review  - Flo Epp - Christianbook.com

Having read the previous 7 books by Thomas Kinkade, it was fun to revisit Cape Light and catch up on the various families. A lot happens in the course of one short book! Read full review

User Review  - Judith G Howe - Christianbook.com

ALL books in this wonderful series are absolutely great-this one is especially good because Molly has a baby-you'll love this feel-good story because today we need decent, true to life novels with a spiritual message-and you want them to never end! Read full review


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Thomas Kinkade

is America?s most collected living artist. A man of faith, he emphasizes simple pleasures, inspirational messages, and life-affirming values in his paintings.

Katherine Spencer is the author of more than twenty books for children and adults.

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