That night, cold and alone, Lucy prays to the baby Jesus lying in the manger of the Nativity scene in front of the Methodist church. She cries out for His help, protection, and love. Later, she drifts into a restless sleep, huddled near the fountain in Fountain Square Park. In the night, Lucy awakens shivering, but a huge dog lies down beside her and keeps her warm.
The next morning, she meets an old man, and the dog and the old man help her in her search for someone to love her and keep her safe.
|Publisher:||Desert Breeze Publishing, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)|
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This is the second book in the Christmas Hotel series. It can be read as a standalone, but I definitely recommend reading the first book in the series to get additional background on the hotel and the family. I loved the first book, and I loved this one just as much. It was very enjoyable re-visiting the Christmas Hotel. My heart broke for Lucy, a young orphan who had been kicked out on the streets, but it was beautiful following her story and seeing how God worked through the circumstances in her life to place her with people who would love and take care of her. One again the author has written a story that had me pulled in from the first pages and kept me reading because I didn't want to put it down. I was given a copy of this book, but a favorable review was not required. The opinions expressed are my own.