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Return to Book Page. Then an unexpected detour places her in the path of Gordon Shaw, a handsome newspaperman from Glasgow, who struggles under a burden of remorse and shame. When the secret of their shared history is revealed, will it leave them tangled in a knot of regret? Or might their past hold the threads that will bind their future together? Get A Copy.

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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 18, Jeanne Adamek rated it it was ok. I found it a bit "preachy" and repetitive. View all 5 comments. Dec 11, Sarah Grace Grzy rated it really liked it Shelves: adult , christian-fiction , holiday , historical-fiction. Wow, that was. View 2 comments. It left Margaret's brother, Alan, paralyzed.

A Wreath of Snow: A Victorian Christmas Novella by Liz Curtis Higgs

Alan's temperament has worsened over the years and now Margaret find's him unbearable. Visiting her family is a hardship she seldom endures. Leaving early from her visit to her parents home she sits next to a man on the train who recognizes her. She does not know he's the very young man who changed her brother's life. Gordon Shaw has felt guilt for twelve years, and for twelve years he has lived a life alcohol free and dedicated to God. A fun and challenging book at the same time.

God is evident in Margaret's life as she struggles with forgiveness. God is evident in Gordon's life as he lives a solitary life, always wanting forgiveness. He knows what he must do. God's told him. He needs to face his fears, and face the very people whose lives were forever altered by one premature release of a granite curling stone. Even though this is a Novella, which I normally avoid, this one came highly recommended. So I tried it, and I liked it!!

Nov 17, Kav rated it it was amazing.

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A sweet, challenging and beautiful Christmas tale that focuses on forgiveness and reconciliation The author immerses her readers in a Victorian Christmas complete with record snow that plays havoc with the lives of our hero and heroine Because though there's strife and bitterness this is the season of peace and goodwill both of which Margaret and Gordon need a healthy dose of! Perfect pacing, wonderful details and the happy warmth of tale well tol A sweet, challenging and beautiful Christmas tale that focuses on forgiveness and reconciliation Perfect pacing, wonderful details and the happy warmth of tale well told.

Shelves: waterbrook-multnomah , christian-historical-fiction , novella-short , christmas , us-turn-of-century , scotland , christmas-historical. Originally posted on www. Recommended to Margaret by: Liz Curtis Higgs. View all 4 comments. If a book hasn't caught my attention by the end of the first chapter then I reckon it's not worth the effort to continue. This one was not only boring, it was also not well written, so View all 3 comments.

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Nov 23, Connie G rated it liked it Shelves: holidays , historical-fiction , scotland. Margaret and Gordon were both passengers on a train stuck on the railroad tracks in a blizzard on Christmas Eve in At first, she does not recognize that he was the man responsible for accidently injuring her brother years ago in Sterling, Scotland. Margaret fights her attraction to Gordon. When they return to Stirling, he wants a chance to apologize to her family and help her brother since Gordon has been living under a burden of guilt for years.

Although it is a bit predictable, this is a Margaret and Gordon were both passengers on a train stuck on the railroad tracks in a blizzard on Christmas Eve in Although it is a bit predictable, this is a warm Victorian Christmas story of forgiveness and redemption. The epigraphs that preceed every chapter were a nice added touch. May 26, Christy rated it really liked it Shelves: historical , christmas. What a lovely little Christmas read. I thoroughly enjoyed the pages of this new to me author. The many little quotes at the beginning of each chapter was an added gem. I could clearly see the train station and the mounds of snow in my minds eye; that's the mark of a good read.

Oct 30, Jane rated it really liked it Shelves: x-fini-fiction-h-l , own-it , x-fini-fiction-christmas. How can I not love a Christmastide story set in Scotland?! And a Scottish shortbread recipe as a bonus!

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And I loved finding out that the heroine in this book was somewhat based on Dr. For the making of a story here were fine conditions. Jan 16, Nancy Narma rated it it was amazing. I admit it was partly due to my deep Scottish roots, but it is also due to the magnificent descriptiveness of the location and its characters. Set in , on a snowy Christmas Eve in Stirling, Scotland, we are introduced to 26 yr.

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Sadly, however, this was not to be. He suffered injuries which left him unable to care for himself for the majority of his 22 years, having to rely on their parents as caregivers. She is hoping for a safe ride home and an escape back to her townhouse. Little does she know what adventures await her and the other passengers with a bitterly cold blizzard reeking havoc on the region. Sadness, fear and the realization of a physical and mental strength she never knew she possessed, are coupled with the interests of a tall, red-haired newspaperman from Glasgow. Or is it?

When they reach the Stirling station, Meg must swallow her shame and greet her worried Parents. With no alternative but to follow them back to Albert Place, Mr. Campbell take pity on the newspaperman and ask him to stay with them until the trains are running once more.

What deep-dark secrets might this gentleman hold?

Nancy Narma Oct 26, Trinity Rose rated it it was amazing. A Wreath of Snow is a Christmas story with such love, compassion and forgiveness all wrapped together. Also put in some romance and this book is a winner. Besides the beautiful story, the cover and title are fantastic. The title A Wreath of Snow has two meanings, of course we know a wreath is a Christmas decoration, but also it is a word of the Scots meaning a bank or drift of snow. So that gives you a little idea what the title means and what might happen in the story. Meg and Gordon are such fantastic characters that I soon grew to love.


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  • They both are running away from the same small town they grew up in. A Wreath of Snow is a very powerful story that will touch your heart and make you realize that we must always forgive others no matter what they do on accident or purpose. I highly recommend A Wreath of Snow. It will become one of your Christmas favorites. A great read in front of a fireplace with a cup of hot cocoa. Five plus star book. Thanks to WaterBrookMultnomah for providing this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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    The opinions I have expressed are my own. Oct 30, Mary rated it it was ok Shelves: scotland , romance , hfs , historical-fiction , read Scotland, On Christmas Eve, Meg Campbell has a poisonous argument with her younger brother Alan, a difficult young man who has grown increasingly bitter over the years since he suffered a debilitating injury. Meg flees the family holiday celebrations to board a train bound for Edinburgh, but heavy snowfall stops the train, and passengers are forced to walk back to Stirling in the dark.

    She befriends fellow traveller Gordon Shaw, whom she later realizes is the man responsible for her brothe Scotland, She befriends fellow traveller Gordon Shaw, whom she later realizes is the man responsible for her brother's childhood injury. Gordon seeks forgiveness, but Meg wants to prevent further hardship for her brother and her family. I have a weakness for books set in Scotland, and having recently been to Stirling, I was excited to see it as the setting for A Wreath of Snow.

    This book is considered Christian fiction though, and while I don't have anything against Christian fiction, I'd say I'm probably not the target audience. I prefer my stories a little edgier, a little less predictable, a little less heavy-handed with the theme.