One Imperfect Christmas Paperback
by Myra Johnson;
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One Imperfect Christmas
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Graphic designer Natalie Pearce is one of the main characters in One Imperfect Christmas. Natalie refuses to forgive herself for not helping her mother take down the Christmas decorations. Instead, her mother suffers a stroke and lies for hours without help. Will a Christmas miracle break through the all-consuming guilt that has separated her from her loved ones?
Myra Johnsons One Imperfect Christmas is a warm, inspirational story of faith, hope, and love for the Christmas season.
Myra Johnson launched her writing career in 1985 when she sold her first short story while taking a course through the Institute of Childrens Literature. Myra later joined the ICL staff as a magazine writing instructor. One Imperfect Christmas is her debut novel.
Debut novelist Myra Johnson ushers us into the Christmas season with a fresh and exciting story that will give you a chuckle and a special warmth. ‑‑DiAnn Mills, author of Awaken My Heart and Breach of Trust
"I've done nothing but read One Imperfect Christmas without being able to put it down. I loved the struggle and heart and humanity in this book. Myra made me care so much for all the people inside the pages of One Imperfect Christmas. I couldn't bear to look away until the beautiful perfect end." ~ Mary Connealy, author of Gingham Mountain and Calico Canyon, both Christy Award winners.
One Imperfect Christmas by Myra Johnson was published by Abingdon Press in October 2009 and is our 26745th best seller. The ISBN for One Imperfect Christmas is 9781426700705.
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One Imperfect ChristmasMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
This story tackles the problems that beset a family when the Mother unexpectedly suffers a severe stroke and her married daughter, Natalie, quite without cause, is convinced it is the result of her actions. The resulting separation of Natalie from her husband and daughter is traumatic for them all, and as the story wove to its conclusion I was thoroughly caught up with the families concerns, Natalie’s in particular and very relieved at the happy though poignant conclusion.
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Details for One Imperfect Christmas
|Author / Artist||Myra Johnson|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (October 2009)|
|Number of Pages||280|
|Page last updated||23rd December 2017|