My only complaint about Liz Curtis Higgs‘ A Wreath of Snow: A Victorian Christmas Novella was it ended far too quickly. I knew going in it was a novella, but I was still sad when I only had a few pages remaining. It takes a pretty awesome author to captivate a reader in such a short period, but Curtis definitely accomplished that! I finished the book and couldn’t help but wonder what would have happened to the characters after the final page.
It’s a festive story that’s sweet and kinda made me wish I was reading it bundled up with some hot tea and snow outside. And then I remember I live in Texas where apparently it thinks 80 degrees is okay in December. No Texas. It’s not.
Anyway, if you are in the mood for all things Scottish, love, forgiveness, family and Christmas, then this little novella is for you!