About the book:
Andrew can’t remember the last time he spent Christmas away from work. The end of the year is crunch time for literary agents. But when your career is your life, your life starts to suffer . . . beginning with your marriage.
When a heart-wrenching accident in a Christmas Eve snowstorm jars this high-powered agent from his obsession with success, a Christmas miracle will give him a second chance at love, life, and gratitude, but only if he can put aside his own ambition and learn to appreciate each moment.
Sometimes it takes a tragedy to change a man’s life—and to teach him to treat every day as if it were his last.
My Comments: Great holiday read on the order of A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life. I felt like there was going to be no lesson learned throughout most of the book which frustrated me, but it was part of the story which had to be told.
I was a little disappointed in the ending, but not sure of another way it could have ended. The message of forgiveness is woven throughout the story. The main character, Beth, was amazing and very likable. I found myself routing for her throughout. Andrew was a bit of a arrogant, self-absorbed character.
Life is short and difficult we need to make the most of it while we can. Priorities must be adhered to in order to have a life full of meaning. The Christian message was implied, especially forgiveness. This is a good read with great message!