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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Book Review--GIFTS by Jeanette Hanscome (free book offer)

As you can probably guess from the title and subtitle, Gifts by Jeanette Hanscome is the final story in Kathi Macias' 12 Days of Christmas series. It really is a grand finale' and one I am proud to see in this series.

The story begins with Justine wrapping the last of her 12 Days of Christmas boxes. Each year she gives anonymous gifts to people each day between December 13 and 24. She hasn't decided who to give the present to yet.

A present has also arrived for Justine from her step father, but she has no intention of accepting it. She still carries a grudge against him, and he doesn't deserve to be forgiven. The man is the reason she decided no man could be trusted ever, and so she had broken up with a guy she thought God had chosen for her.

God has His own plans for this Christmas though. Justine might get a gift or two she wasn't counting on.

I really loved this one. Thanks for a job superbly well done, Jeanette Hanscome!

Gifts can be purchased from Amazon or Barnes and Noble in ebook format for only 99 cents. You can also leave a comment below to be entered to win a free copy. Don't forget to include your email address so we have a way to contact you, and you have until March 25 to enter.


  1. What a lovely idea to gift others daily.. liking that suggestion!
    and liking the gift offer - thank you!
    My email available at my profile by clicking my name [secure method of contact] thanks!

  2. I LOVE this!

  3. Sounds like a wonderful story!

  4. love the concept for this book !
    I have not read this yet but I see the struggle of forgiveness mentioned and that really is the best gift to give or receive.
    thank you


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