A Christmas Gift for Rose {book review}

Last October I met the amazing Tricia Goyer.  We’d been at a conference together for three days but never spoke until we were sitting at the Harrisburg airport on the way home.  We’d arrived WAY early for our shared flight out of Harrisburg and spent a couple of hours getting to know one another as we waited to board our plane.  Then, we were able to spend some more time chatting as we waited for our separate connections home from Charlotte.

I loved the opportunity to get to know Tricia.  She is truly one of the most genuine and generous people I’ve ever met.  And she is a true encourager. All that to say this, she has become one of my favorite authors … because when I read her words {non-fiction and fiction alike} I know the heart behind them is passionate for the Lord and for sharing His message with others.  It’s an honor to have the opportunity to share with you her latest fiction work. A Christmas Gift for Rose by Tricia Goyer || review by Teri Lynne UnderwoodWe’re sort of HUGE Christmas people.  My husband has a collection of over 200 Christmas movies.  And we probably have that many books relating to Christmas as well.  I’m thrilled to add A Christmas gift for Rose to our collection.

This delightful novella shares the story of Rose, an Amish girl who finds she is actually Englisch. As she works through her feelings about this discovery, she finds a new hope and meaning in Christmas … and a new love for her family and faith. Tricia is a masterful storyteller and this story blends her love of the Amish faith and her passion for adoption beautifully.

I’m always on the lookout for the perfect addition to the Thanksgiving stockings we love to give to those who gather around our table each year.  I feel 100% sure this book will be tucked into the stockings of several family members.

And, I’m super thrilled to have an autographed copy to share with one of my readers!  So, to enter the giveaway, just leave a quick comment sharing your favorite part of the holidays by Friday noon CST.  I’ll email the winner next Monday.

If you are interested in learning more about Tricia and her books, check out her blog and her incredible Pinterest boards.  And she share the sweetest words of encouragement every day on her Facebook page.

So, tell me, what’s your favorite part of the holidays?

{If you’ve already thought of the perfect person to gift a copy of A Christmas Gift for Rose, you can purchase the book on Amazon.  The link below is an affiliate link and I will receive a small commission if you purchase through it.}

5 Replies to “A Christmas Gift for Rose {book review}”

  1. I love putting our tree up as a family and listening to Christmas music and reading the Christmas story together. I also LOVE amish fiction!

  2. Having all of our kids together laughing, eating and enjoying being together as a family to celebrate the birth of Jesus!

  3. Oh so many favorite things about Christmas. Jesus of course. Then I love most of all having all of my Children home making hot chocolate Curling up with them all watching Christmas movies. Jesus and family what more can you ask for.!!!

  4. Awww…I love remembering sitting with y’all at the airport that morning. I agree, Tricia is one of the most generous and genuine people around. I can’t wait to read Christmas Gift for Rose. I just bought it via your link. My favorite part about Christmas? Reading God with Us, a daily devotional for Advent. And this year I’m excited to read Ann Voskamp’s devotional.

  5. Shawn Bensley says: Reply

    setting around the Christmas tree just watching the lights blink.

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