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A Child's Christmas Wish (Love Inspired Historical) Kindle Edition
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The Amakers are getting by after their grandson is killed in a farming accident, leaving his pregnant wife with them. Widower, Oscar Rabb has withdrawn from the community after his wife and newborn died shortly after birth two years ago. He is raising four year old Liesl on his own. Tragedy brings them together under one roof. As the relationship develops between sweet Liesl and the Amakers, Oscar sees what she had been missing. He has been missing something too.
I loved how Oscar tells his little girl that "sometimes Jesus says no" when she keeps praying for a baby for Christmas.
This is a must read book!
*I received a complimentary copy from the author. No favorable review was required and all opinions are my own. *
Erica Vetsch has written a fine story indeed. I loved every minute. Set in Minnesota in the late 1800s, she includes much history of the area and the inhabitants of the town. Her characters were so nice to know, too. We see here the wonderful spiritual theme of God knowing what is going to happen to us even before it does and working things out for our good. Not one dull moment here.
*I was gifted with a preview copy of this book by the publisher and author. All opinions stated are entirely my own.
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I adore the way Erica Vetsch includes historical details that make me feel like I'm right...Read more
Kate Amaker and Oscar Rabb have both known great loss.Read more