Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Hope Under Mistletoe by Jessica Patch

I loved this story. It is amazing how God works and can bring people together. The two characters were relatable and could easily be your neighbor. Their individual struggles to find God and to keep believing in God to get through tough times was well written. Highly recommend!


A rowdy bar owner. A widowed pastor’s wife. And Christmas hope that brings them together.

After widower Eden Snow’s church almost burns to the ground, she’s compelled to find a temporary place to hold services and Christmas cantata practices.

Has-been hockey player, Knox Everhart, has a reputation for being fast on the ice and with women. Except Eden. She’s always been a fascinating mystery to him, which is why he agrees to let her use the back room of his bar—with one rule: No converting his customers.

But when Eden brings the church to the bar, it offers something the bottle can’t. Hope. And he finds himself falling in love with a woman and a Savior he feels unworthy to pursue. 

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