A Chance at Christmas

A Chance at Christmas Christmas is coming and Catherine Woodsleigh and her crippled brother John have no hope of celebration until an invitation to spend Christmas with an old friend and her family arrives But after the h

  • Title: A Chance at Christmas
  • Author: Beppie Harrison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Christmas is coming, and Catherine Woodsleigh and her crippled brother John have no hope of celebration until an invitation to spend Christmas with an old friend and her family arrives But after the holiday, worse misfortune looms before them Living on the diminishing number of coins drawn from a jar left by their dead father and mother, a dire future seems inevitable WChristmas is coming, and Catherine Woodsleigh and her crippled brother John have no hope of celebration until an invitation to spend Christmas with an old friend and her family arrives But after the holiday, worse misfortune looms before them Living on the diminishing number of coins drawn from a jar left by their dead father and mother, a dire future seems inevitable Will this chance to share a wondrous sparkling Christmas not only provide a glorious holiday but a new turn in their futures and the astonishing possibility of romance

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    1. Catherine and her younger brother, John, are forced to live in poverty and just when she thinks she’ll have to send her brother off to the poorhouse before she takes up a domestic/governess position, she receives an invitation from her wealthy friend, Katie. Katie invites them both to spend Christmas with her family. Catherine sees this not only as a rescue from the doldrums of their rooms but as a fortuitous opportunity to secure her brother’s future. What she never anticipated was romance. [...]

    2. Sweet read that focuses on brother sister devotionI loved comparing the two sets of siblings and how different the brother and sister interactions were. The brother and loyal best friend captured my interests. Would love to read a sequel about the future of her brother and friend, Katie. The author has a great insight to the plight of an older sibling’s worry for the future of a younger handicap sibling. I hate to have it end just as the hero/heroine were exploring their future.

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