Imperfect Christmas was a great examination of the emotional scars we carry from cildhood and their effect on our lives. It also examins how we can misinterpret a situation and convince ourselves we are correct. The guilt carried by the main character Natalie, was all about how she misinterpreted her mother's help with her horse when she was a child. Eventually that guilt turned to anger. She almost allowed that guilt and anger to destroy her relationship with her only child as well as her marriage. But it also shows how God takes all those scars and uses them to draw us closer to him. A great inspiration.
I was expecting One Imperfect Christmas to be just like most other Holiday offerings... was I mistaken. The story reads a lot like life... the stress of deadlines, angry kids, failing marriages, sudden sickness -- and yet with an underlying hope and Promise.
This turned out to be an interesting book. I thought I was getting one of those "cookie cutter" clean romances. This was not. There was some intrigue and some interesting characters, and I did like it enough to finish it. Not to want more though
I am an avid reader, and having a kindle with my droid makes it easy for me to have a book available at all times. Having places where books are always available to me is a real bonus. This book was a very good read. I enjoyed the story and would like to read more by the author.