This is a beautifully crafted Christmas story. It
takes the reading to Colonial Williamsburg during
the Christmas season. You see the colonial outfits,
the beautiful decorations throughout the city, you
get to go on a carriage ride to see the city and feel
the Christmas spirit from the author’s detailed
descriptions. The period details were lovely. I enjoyed
some of the old fashioned words and phrases.
Holly Belle Silver and Trent Conway were once an
item in high school then Trent left for college. She
never heard from him after that period of time.
Holly was left broken hearted and untrusting in love.
Holly eventually met her husband. They were
parents of twin boys. Then tragedy struck......her
husband died in a plane accident leaving Holly
to raise the boys. They are eight years old now and
all boys. Holly and the boys live in Williamsburg now.
Holly is a waitress at Ye Old Queen’s Inn.
One night a musical group arrives at the Inn for
entertainment. Lo and behold....Holly spots Trent
playing in the group.
There is undeniable chemistry between the two but
Holly would never to able to trust him again or
would God intervene? Would Holly be able to forgive
him and start over after all this time?
This story has a powerful message of forgiveness.
Plus the message of God's forgiveness and love if
we only trust him and obey.
A magical, heartwarming Christmas read!!!