Ruth Logan Herne is a best-selling author who has published over 50 books. The latest that hit the shelves earlier this year is “Longing for a Miracle.”
“Longing for a Miracle” is full of heart-wrenching emotions – anguish, hope, anger, happiness, grief. It tells the story of forgiveness, of reconciliation, of redemption and of love.
Tasha Sorkos has come home for the weekend to help her mother, aunt and cousin pack up her grandmother’s house and move her to an apartment.
Rafe Karralis has come home from a high-paying job to help save his grandparents’ restaurant.
It is close to the holidays, but Tasha doesn’t celebrate. She suffered a tremendous loss three years prior and still grieves that loss, especially during the holidays. She hasn’t decorated in three years, has not gone to Christmas parties or pageants or plays or concerts. She merely survives until January.
Rafe has come home to help at the restaurant, but more importantly, he has brought his five-year-old daughter, Alexia, home to his grandparents’ house. He wants to give her the best Christmas possible. According to her doctors, it will be her last Christmas.
I will not give away any more information but will encourage you to read this book. I promise you won’t regret it. It will lift your spirits, bless you abundantly and who knows? It may even make you believe in miracles.
This book was given to me as a Mobi file as an award for a contest. The review is my opinion.