Review: Christmas at Harrington's

Editorial Review - - Michele Howe

Melody Carlson has penned another story that is sure to warm readers' hearts this holiday season. Lena Markham served eight years in prison because her own minister exhusband set her up for embezzlement. Her recent release has her feeling afraid, uncertain, and suspicious of everyone and everything. Only craving the quiet, Lena is disappointed when an old woman named Moira Phillips takes a seat ... Read full review

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Excellent Christmas story! Melody Carlson writes wonderful Christian fiction, and this one met my expectations yet again. And isn't the cover art so beautiful?
Lena Markham, just released from
prison, sets out in a new town to make a new name for herself. The plan is to get a job at Harrington's. It's Christmastime, and spectacular things happen often at that time of year. A few unexpected lives cross paths with Lena's, and before she knows it, she's on a different path than the one she intended. A few good people and opportunities come along, right beside the nasty things that seem to pop up, even though Lena tries to avoid them.
I thought that Christmas at Harrington's makes for a lovely book to read in December to get you in the Christmas spirit. There were definitely some surprises along the way as you follow Lena around New Haven. Add this book to your Christmas list.

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