In an effort to broaden my fiction library, I requested A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs from the Blogging for Books program. I wasn’t disappointed!
A Wreath of Snow is a light, easy read (I read most of it in one sitting), but is a delightful story about forgiveness and doing the right thing. Set at Christmas time, this would be the perfect book to curl up with on a cold night with hot chocolate and a warm blanket.
The book takes place in Scotland in the late 1800s. You might be hard put to not hear the voices in your head with the great Scottish brogue, or to not melt with the etiquette and grace of that time period.
But with all of that, my favorite part of the book was how the two main characters are just full of Scripture. Their lives are saturated with God’s word such that at various times, their thoughts came to them in form of Scripture. They knew what they ought to do, even if the situation would be hard or awkward. And they follow through!
Note: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.