A rich story, full of faith, family, and Christmas.
Every Christmas the Binders celebrate Christmas together in Grandpa Wilson and Granda Dodie's cottage in the Northwoods of Minnesota. When the traditional celebration begins with a breakup instead of an engagement the Binders take it in stride, welcoming Micah's girlfriend to the family despite the fact that she said, "no."
Micah has a calm spirit, and is a man of integrity, he wants a forever love like his grandparents, and he takes rejection with grace.
This is a great story full of humor, and depth. I loved how they were just so happy to be together, and they came there to spend quality time. Grandma and Grandpa collect all the phones and hide the TV remotes.
Katie has never had a good family life, and she fears that she isn't what Micah is looking for, his family is the opposite of everything her family was, and she struggles with questions of inadequacy.
Overall, a heartfelt Christmas story of family and what matters most, a great read, with plenty of depth and humor. A little bit of everything, that made for an entertaining, and satisfying read.
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