Return To Christmas By: Kathi Macias

Book Description...

"Be inspired this Christmas. While fictitious, Return to Christmas will open your eyes to a world of ministry opportunities.
He's a marine. He doesn't need help. He needs employment. He certainly doesn't have issues so why can't he seem to readjust to being stateside with his family? And what's up with all the people in his life? His friends have adopted a little three-year old boy with serious issues. There is something about that little boy that resonates with tough-marine Chet but he can't quite put his finger on it. Will the events leading up to this Christmas be able to melt his marine-tough heart or will he forever slip into a dark, spiraling depression?
Return to Christmas, part of New Hope Publishers missional fiction line, focuses on veterans and children who suffer from issues, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and attachment disorder. Award-winning author Kathi Macias blends relationships and worlds, inviting readers to this page-turner, as well as ministry opportunities to often-overlooked groups. With additional online resources available at New Hope, Return to Christmas is an engaging resource for book clubs, women's ministry events, and other relevant small-group discussions."

Title:  Return To Christmas
Author:  Kathi Macias
Publisher:  New Hope Publishers
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: Five

"Return To Christmas" by Kathi Macias

What I liked about this novel....

"Return To Christmas" was a well written story about 'Two Troubled souls' ...a marine who had been through some really bad times after his second deportment from the 'Middle East' only to leave him quite a broken man suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder {PTSD}. This story will  also also includes a young child who was suffering from 'Attachment Disorder.'  When it is all said and done this author will give the reader a interesting story of  'love, hope, and redeeming faith.'  It was a good story of how these two people that needed help in the worst way were able to began the road of hope as each of  these families that had struggled so much with these life changing situations.  I loved how this author brings out that through 'prayer and faith in God,' each one of these two people were able to come out of this on to the road to healing and recovery. This was definitely a novel of 'unconditional hope, love, above all redemption' and I would highly recommend this novel as a excellent read.

I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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