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Not having read The Calling of Ella McFarland, I initially felt a little out of touch with the characters, but that didn’t last long. The author drew me in with her beautiful prose filled with fresh and delicious descriptions that never bogged down the story. For instance: “The sun was slipping into the earth like a gold coin into a piggy bank, its weakening flow spilling between the trees in the copse.” “Diffused sunlight threaded through the lace window panels and painted a pattern of vines on the upholstery.” This author’s writing has certainly enticed me to read her other work.
What rang true for me—and I believe will for many readers—was the story’s message. Like Ella, too many of us try to prove our worth by how much we accomplish. Our hearts are often in the right place. We serve out of love for our family members, friends, charities, or ministries, but it can be easy to pour so much of ourselves into getting things done, that we can become exhausted and close to being dangerously empty. Ella’s experiences are good reminders to slow down and focus on what’s really important during the holiday season—and any day of the week.
Although set in 1908, A Christmas to Remember still has relevance for us today. Highly recommended.
I received a free copy of this book from the author.
The last time we saw Ella and Andrew was shortly after they married. Now a few years later, they have a family of 6 girls! With 5 adopted sisters and a child of her own, Ella is stretched to the limits of her endurance. Determined to do all things for her family, Ella neglects the most important thing — sharing herself. Ella is working to prove herself worthy, but she learns in the end that love can’t be measured, love can’t be weighed, nor can it be earned.
A Christmas to Remember is a very short book — just 126 pages — but packs a lot of punch! I really enjoyed returning to Oklahoma and reconnecting with Ella. If you have not read Davis’ first book, don’t despair, A Christmas to Remember can easily be read as a standalone. This one is perfect reading beside the fire!
(Thanks to the author for a complimentary copy. All opinion expressed are mine alone.)