Always winter, but never Christmas—Miranda realized that this quote from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe fit her perfectly. She is alone. She grew up not knowing her father. Her mother died when she was still young. The few clues her mother left to her father’s identity have led to a spur-of-the-moment Christmas Eve trip to England to find her father. What she does not suspect is that her Heavenly Father has been waiting for her all along.
This novella is one of two set in Carlton Heath, England. It’s a lovely tale with a few twists and turns and lots of sweetness. The author, Robin Jones Gunn, is one of my favorites. She is one of our best storytellers. Allow yourself to be swept along to the Tea Cozy, the beautiful theater, the English chapel, and the lovely estate inscribed with Miranda’s greatest hope—“Grace and Peace Reside Here.”
Will Miranda find her father? Will she answer the invitation of her Heavenly Father? Will this trip bring her the peace she so desperately desires? The answers might surprise you.