$15.99 259 Pages
If you have ever taken on a remodeling project you know the challenges you are confronted with. But to remodel an entire home in eight weeks. Impossible! Or is it?
Alexis Blake has one shot at fame and her dream career. To make this happen she must please an aging, sometimes cantankerous homeowner and work with an unknown photographer, who could make this project or break it.
Ruchti has a way of bringing her characters to life. You want them for your best friends. Her mastery of dialogue draws you in and you suddenly feel as if you are right there in a snow-covered Wisconsin town, working alongside Alexis to remodel an old stone house, turning it into a charming Christmas cottage. You find yourself in the role of cheerleader, co-conspirator and comrade, turning heartache to hope.
Restoring Christmas is so much more than another sweet Christmas novel. It’s a tale of relationships, a story of restoration at a much deeper level. Woven within its pages are examples of unmet expectations, forgotten dreams, memories of days gone by. Christmas is the season of hope and we all struggle with these same feelings. If you are looking for a way to restore the hope of Christmas in your life then, Restoring Christmas is the book for you.
In all her writing, Cynthia Ruchti has a way of engaging the reader. Restoring Christmas is no different. You will want to grab a cup of tea, a cozy blanket, and sit by the fire as you read one of the most charming Christmas stories ever penned. You won’t want to put it down until you finish the last sentence. No exaggeration.
Did Alexis meet her goal and win her dream job? You’ll have to read the book to find out. But the real goal of the project, God’s goal, was a different kind of restoration and His Word promises that “He who began a good work will be faithful to complete it” (Philippians 1:6).
- Gerry Wakeland
Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times best-selling author
To learn more about Cynthia and her ministry or to purchase Cynthia’s books visit her at cynthiaruchti.com or on FaceBook at Cynthia Ruchti Author Page.