This is my 16th book review in 4 months, but this is the first time I did not read the book before it was time for the review.
I could have read it. I should have read it. I would have read it…
So you are stuck with the blurb this time.
I will get the next one read, and that’s a promise.
The first has two children–twins, a boy and girl, who are seniors in high school. She wants their last Christmas as a family living in the same home to be perfect, but her husband is delayed returning from a business trip abroad. And then there’s an accident–a fatal one involving a drunk driver.
Meanwhile, the other mother has a daughter who needs a new heart, and so the loss of one woman becomes the miracle the other has desperately prayed for. While one mother grieves, and pulls away from her family, the other finds that even miracles aren’t always easy to receive.
If you would like to read the first chapter of One Perfect Day, go HERE.