Harper, 2009 (2009)
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Reviewed by Jessica Weaver
ou Suffern is a
Very Important Executive
. Which is why it puzzles even himself when he ends up talking to a homeless man outside his building one cold December morning. On a whim, Lou offers Gabe a job in the company's mail room, finds him suitable clothes, and tries to let his mind move on to more important things: his latest conquest and whether he'll receive an important promotion.
hat Lou cannot foresee is the way Gabe will profoundly affect him as a person. A little bit
A Christmas Carol
mixed with the peppy Irish prose of celebrated author Ahern (
P.S. I Love You
unveils what happens when mystery, family, and a change of heart all collide. This short novel is all-around fun, a great Christmas read to get oneself in the holiday spirit.
o grab the book with the red, ribboned cover and a mug of hot chocolate, and find your favorite warm reading spot - you'll want to finish this one sitting.
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