Rayne Adams was devastated when her fiance walked-out three years ago
with no explanation. She's just now starting to recover. Although the
holidays will find her alone, she decides she will make it a joyful
time. While out shopping for the perfect tree for her apartment she runs
into the last person she ever expected to see. Justin Thomas made the
biggest mistake of his life when he walked out on Rayne. He longs to
explain why he did it but Rayne isn't sure she wants to hear it.
Besides, someone else is showing an interest in her. Despite her best
efforts, Justin still tugs at her heart. Can Justin convince Rayne to
listen to the reason he left and that he still wants a future with her?
Will Rayne be able to forgive him and accept him back or will her heart
be drawn in a new direction?
While looking for books I ran
across this one and really liked the cover. It looked like a cute
Christmas story and so I give it try. It was a very sweet story of love
and second chances. The characters are likable folks and easy to get to
know. I really like what Justin's uncle once told him, "Worrying about
the past will keep you in bondage. And fretting about the future will
stop the joy of living for today." Wise advice. Especially profound
because Justin had a past. It was a good reminder that just because
you're a Christian doesn't mean you don't have to deal with the
consequences of past choices. But God can make beauty from the ashes.
Isn't that great! One part I thoroughly enjoyed about the book was the
ending! It was a lot of fun and very romantic! If you're looking for a
quick, easy-to-read Christmas story then Christmas Rayne just might be
in your forecast!
I'm a mom of three boys and wife to a great guy. I love coffee and reading and reviewing books. I am what you might call a "bookaholic". (Even more than that...a Kindleholic!) I also love to shop the thrift stores for interesting treasures! I appreciate the authors I know and love but I also like finding new authors and making new author friends.
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