It seems like every October there are a few Christmas fiction books that start hitting the shelves. This is about the same time I'm starting to think about what presents to buy for my loved ones, decorating and snow and just getting in the "Christmas spirit". I love to sit down with a good Christmas book, a cozy blanket and a cup of coffee.
I had high hopes for Forever Christmas. From the synopsis it sounded good, I had read some reviews and they were all praising this great story, but I have to say though that I was not as impressed. I did like it, but I struggled getting in to the story line. I also am very picky about the type of books I read. I want good wholesome books with a good story line. Even one curse word turns me off. As a book reviewer and a Christian it is hard for me to recommend a book that has even one bad word in it. I feel that it reflects on me as a Christian. I was not very far into Forever Christmas when I read the first curse word so from that moment I was disappointed.
On a more positive note, the book sends a strong message of not taking your life for granted and to cherish those you love. It was not predictable and I was really surprised with the ending. The story reminded me of It's A Wonderful Life and the whole thing had a familiarity about it. It's also a quick read and depending on how much time you have you could possibly finish it in one sitting.
***This book was provid
ed to my by Booklook in exchange for my honest review.