Dec 20, 2010

"Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball" by Donita K. Paul Review


Romantic, Christian Book to Read Anytime

I received "Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball" today and finished it today.  It is an easy to read Christian Book.  You will find yourself getting into the emotions of the book.  I found myself rolling my eyes at Simon, wanting to talk some sense into Cora, and feeling Sandy's innocence.  There are true to life situations that most of us can relate to.  I believe this book can and should be read all year round.  There is a good moral to the story as well with the situation that happens between Cora and her sister.

Would you like to find out what happens between two co-workers that get tickets to the unknown Christmas Ball?  Sage Street is a magical place with a bookstore that draws in Simon and Cora.  Sandy, Simon's sister, also wants to go to the ball.  It is nearly impossible for Simon not to give Sandy what she wants.  Cora doesn't have family and cannot really get into Christmas because of her upbringing.  She doubts herself throughout the book.  Simon is inept at dating. 

This book starts off strong.   Everything is explained by the end of the book and I believe anyone that loves romances and Christian books will enjoy this book.

"Can mysterious matchmaking booksellers bring two lonely hearts together in time for Christmas?
In a sleepy, snow-covered city, Cora Crowder is busy preparing for the holiday season. Searching for a perfect gift, a fortuitous trip to Warner, Werner, and Wizbotterdad’s (a most unusual bookshop) leads to an unexpected encounter with co-worker Simon Derrick. And the surprise discovery of a ticket for a truly one-of-a-kind Christmas Ball.

Every year, the matchmaking booksellers of the Sage Street bookshop host an enchanting, old-fashioned Christmas Ball for the romantic matches they’ve decided to bring together.

This year, will Simon and Cora discover a perfect chemistry in their opposite personalities and shared faith? Or will the matchmakers’ best laid plans end up ruining everything this holiday?"

Have any of you read the story?  What did you think of it?

DISCLAIMER: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. The opinions stated are my own.  I did not have to give a positive review to receive this book.

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