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Who would have thought that simply hearing an old song on the radio would totally change his life? Chris O’Reilly never would have guessed what he’d find in the town of Christmas, Minnesota. He’d only planned to stop there long enough to find his old Army buddy’s family. Then he was headed to Duluth to look for his childhood friend and the love of his life, Bethany Cumming Who would have thought that simply hearing an old song on the radio would totally change his life? Chris O’Reilly never would have guessed what he’d find in the town of Christmas, Minnesota. He’d only planned to stop there long enough to find his old Army buddy’s family. Then he was headed to Duluth to look for his childhood friend and the love of his life, Bethany Cummings. Scarred, battered, and emotionally struggling, Chris would love nothing better than to find the peace and happiness he’d once known as a youngster -- to get his life on track and find the peace that could only come from a relationship with God. Would he find everything he’d been looking for—right there in the town named Christmas? AND ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS BOOK: “One Last Christmas” a Christian Christmas Novella After the death of Cate Thomas’ dear grandmother, she and the rest of the family are planning a special Christmas celebration in her Grams’ old house. Then a stranger shows up in town with claims of a family secret that could turn their Christmas celebration upside down. Is the handsome young man telling them the truth, or is Cate going to have her heart broken one more time? “One Last Christmas” is a story about faith, family, and God’s never-ending love for us.


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Who would have thought that simply hearing an old song on the radio would totally change his life? Chris O’Reilly never would have guessed what he’d find in the town of Christmas, Minnesota. He’d only planned to stop there long enough to find his old Army buddy’s family. Then he was headed to Duluth to look for his childhood friend and the love of his life, Bethany Cumming Who would have thought that simply hearing an old song on the radio would totally change his life? Chris O’Reilly never would have guessed what he’d find in the town of Christmas, Minnesota. He’d only planned to stop there long enough to find his old Army buddy’s family. Then he was headed to Duluth to look for his childhood friend and the love of his life, Bethany Cummings. Scarred, battered, and emotionally struggling, Chris would love nothing better than to find the peace and happiness he’d once known as a youngster -- to get his life on track and find the peace that could only come from a relationship with God. Would he find everything he’d been looking for—right there in the town named Christmas? AND ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS BOOK: “One Last Christmas” a Christian Christmas Novella After the death of Cate Thomas’ dear grandmother, she and the rest of the family are planning a special Christmas celebration in her Grams’ old house. Then a stranger shows up in town with claims of a family secret that could turn their Christmas celebration upside down. Is the handsome young man telling them the truth, or is Cate going to have her heart broken one more time? “One Last Christmas” is a story about faith, family, and God’s never-ending love for us.

41 review for The Town Named Christmas: Plus the Christian novella, "One Last Christmas"

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rebekah Morris

    This is a Christmas romance. It did feel like there was more focus on the romance than on Christmas, so I didn’t like it as much as I had hoped. Chris was someone I liked right from the start. I admired the way he was willing to do what someone else wanted even if it meant hurt for him. Beth wasn’t my favorite, but I did like her. Tina was fun and added a sparkle to the story. I had a suspicion of what was coming before it arrived, but it was still enjoyable. There were some kisses that were more This is a Christmas romance. It did feel like there was more focus on the romance than on Christmas, so I didn’t like it as much as I had hoped. Chris was someone I liked right from the start. I admired the way he was willing to do what someone else wanted even if it meant hurt for him. Beth wasn’t my favorite, but I did like her. Tina was fun and added a sparkle to the story. I had a suspicion of what was coming before it arrived, but it was still enjoyable. There were some kisses that were more descriptive of the impact of them than the actual kiss. One thing that had me confused was the talk in the beginning like a Chris was a christian, but then later as though he wasn’t ready to die, and then it mentioned he had accepted Christ’s salvation when he was a teen, but had wandered away. It left me unsure about what the author believes. One other thing that bugged me a little was the repetitiveness of some things. It would mention the reason for something, and then a few pages later would mention the same reasons in almost the same words. Overall I enjoyed the story, but I wouldn’t say it was a favorite.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Heartwarming Christian-themed Christmas romance. This story had a twist I didn't quite see coming, so I'd say it was better than most of the cozy reads I select for my holiday reading binge. It was well written with enjoyable characters. I'd enjoy reading more by this author. Heartwarming Christian-themed Christmas romance. This story had a twist I didn't quite see coming, so I'd say it was better than most of the cozy reads I select for my holiday reading binge. It was well written with enjoyable characters. I'd enjoy reading more by this author.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Wow! Just Wow! This is the best story I've read in the Christian modern romance genre in a very long time. No surprise it's penned by the amazingly, beautiful hearted Ruth Kyser. The story took me back to music and memories of my teen years in the '80s and I totally loved, loved, loved this story. And how about that beautiful cover? So beautiful. If you're looking for a great story for Christmas, pick up "The Town Named Christmas." You won't be disappointed. This is my favorite from Ruth so far. Wow! Just Wow! This is the best story I've read in the Christian modern romance genre in a very long time. No surprise it's penned by the amazingly, beautiful hearted Ruth Kyser. The story took me back to music and memories of my teen years in the '80s and I totally loved, loved, loved this story. And how about that beautiful cover? So beautiful. If you're looking for a great story for Christmas, pick up "The Town Named Christmas." You won't be disappointed. This is my favorite from Ruth so far.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Bardon

    A book that could be a great Hal!Mark movie. This is a book that is a feel good read. I love the story line how two people find each other. Both Beth and Chris have a lot to deal with in their lives but with Faith and trusts in God they are able to move on. A few twists and turns keeps the book interesting and the family and friends who help along the way add much to the book. A good Christian book about life and family and a town called Christmas.

  5. 5 out of 5

    vee fusco

    Good read Was surprised that this story has a great theme. Very good writing and was so glad I got this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    R Clatfelter

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    Karla

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    Ruth Kyser

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    Dianne Searfoss

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    michael b. zeitner

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    Stacey Sigal

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    Claudia McKay

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    Lisa

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    Lynda Langan

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    Cheryl Berntsen

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    beth mcnees

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    Mary Rautmann

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    Elena Reedy

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    Connie Harris

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    Ruth Kyser

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    Becky Canfield

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    Ann Villanueva

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    Michele Lemiere

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    Lisa

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    Patricia Bond

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    Julie Duong

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    diane clark

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    Marcia

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    Teresa Calvert

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    Penny Reynolds

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    elizabeth Hendricks

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