The Christmas Tree Keeper Though Angela Donovan is out of work and needs money for rent she yearns for her eight year old daughter to have a carefree holiday The last thing she wants is the pressure of her daughter expecting

  • Title: The Christmas Tree Keeper
  • Author: Tamara Passey
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  • Page: 152
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  • Though Angela Donovan is out of work and needs money for rent, she yearns for her eight year old daughter to have a carefree holiday The last thing she wants is the pressure of her daughter expecting a miracle But when they pick out a Christmas tree at a cozy Massachusetts tree farm that s exactly what happens when they learn the trees might be miracle trees Mark ShaferThough Angela Donovan is out of work and needs money for rent, she yearns for her eight year old daughter to have a carefree holiday The last thing she wants is the pressure of her daughter expecting a miracle But when they pick out a Christmas tree at a cozy Massachusetts tree farm that s exactly what happens when they learn the trees might be miracle trees Mark Shafer is soon to be the new keeper of the Christmas trees as owner of the family tree farm He d like to run it with a family of his own, but his girlfriend wants nothing to do with farm life He makes plans to sell so he can propose to his girlfriend and pursue a career in music Then he meets an unforgettable customer and her daughter, and an anonymous gift compels them to learn the truth about the trees With a buyer willing to pay top dollar for the land, Mark has the fate of the trees in his hand Will he be able to see what and who is most important And will Angela give the miracle of love a chance

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    1. Angela is down on her luck and is doing everything she can to make ends meet. Determined to keep a promise to her daughter, Caroline, she goes to a tree lot to purchase a Christmas tree and something magical happens. The salesman tells her the tree is a miracle tree. Mark, the future owner of the tree farm and grandson of the current owner, doesn't want the responsibility and wants to sell to buy his dream home, follow his musical dreams, and keep his soon-to-be fiancee happy. Miracles happen al [...]

    2. Very short but cute Christmas novel. The characters are a bit too nice all around, but I quite enjoyed it anyway.

    3. Great book with an original plot. It's shorter than most novels, but that's perfect for the holiday season.

    4. The book started just fine; but the ending was very unsatisfying. This is a very nice and heartwarming story. However, when you approach the end, all of the big reveals happen in only a few pages and there is no satisfactory resolution. Now if the sequel became part of the original book then you'd have a better story (to my mind) even if the original book had a more substantial ending, with the promise of a sequel, that would have been better.

    5. WonderfulThis book was written with a sweet simplicity that seemed to draw me into the lives of the characters and make me pull for them. It also made me long for them to see the miracles all around them. The interweaving of the characters was very well written and the ending perfect, except it left me longing for more.👍👍

    6. Cute Christmas read. Simple in its delivery, but the story was nice. A little too corny at the end, but I am still interested in reading the next book.

    7. Really good reading!Great story. Gives you a warm cuddly feeling. Just the type of Christmas story I enjoy reading. I highly recommend it!,

    8. ReviewI loved the whole story and all the characters. I think it's interesting the way life takes people. I do believe in miracles

    9. A spoiler-free review:If you enjoy sweet romances, feel-good movies, and the Hallmark channel’s month-long marathon of Christmas stories, chances are good that you will also enjoy this charming book. Passey sticks to tried and true formulas but manages to throw a couple of twists in for good measure. This is a delightful story perfectly suited for the magical season of Christmas; a time of family, traditions, childlike innocence, forgiveness, hope, peace, and love. Overworked yet under-employe [...]

    10. This is a Readers' Favorite review. readersfavorite/book-reviNo one knew whether the miracles in Sutton, Massachusetts, were happening because of the Shafer miracle trees, but Papa Shafer believed they did and only to people who bought one of their Christmas trees. He only sold the trees to people who believed, people who had the light in their eyes. The Christmas Tree Keeper by Tamara Passey is a beautiful story about faith and love with a tad of pine scent. The Shafer Tree Farm, run by the Sha [...]

    11. Angela Donovan needs a miracle this Christmas but does she believe in them? Her daughter, Caroline, certainly does after a visit to the Shafer Christmas Tree Farm where she is told that the trees there can make miracles happen.Angela has lost her job and is behind in her rent but she is determined to give Caroline as happy a Christmas as she possibly can. While looking at trees at the tree farm she and Caroline are approached by an elderly man who owns the farm and they are told that the special [...]

    12. I am so glad I decided to buy this book! I went to a conference this past weekend and was able to meet the talented Tamara Passey, and I decided to give her book a chance. I love anything and everything about Christmas, and that is exactly what this book is about.Angela just wants to make sure her daughter has a home for Christmas, but since she hasn't been able to find a job, and the deadline for her past-due rent is creeping up, she doesn't even know if that is going to happen.Mark is trying t [...]

    13. This is the first book I’ve read that was written by Tamara Passey. I was very glad I got the chance to read The Christmas Tree Keeper. Angela and Mark learn what family is really about in the novel and also you can’t always trust everyone you meet. It all starts when Angela takes her young daughter to a Christmas Tree Farm to get their tree. They meet Mark and his grandfather. The strange thing is the grandfather said that the tree they took is a miracle tree all you have to do is believe. [...]

    14. This was just okay for me, I liked the overall idea of the story but it had a hard time keeping my attention. I guess I was a little disappointed in the romance, considering Mark is in a relationship with Natalie for a good majority of the book (although what he ever saw in Natalie I have no idea. She couldn't have acted less interested in Mark.) I liked Angela and how she really wanted to take care of her and Caroline all on her own, although it is nice when she learns to let others help her as [...]

    15. I really enjoyed this book. It was recommended by friends of the author and I was expecting some cheesy Christmas romance. I was pleasantly surprised to discover I was wrong. While there is a hint of romance in the book, it is not the focal point of the story. A fast read, it is well written and engaging. I am looking forward to the sequel.

    16. This was a sweet little Christmas read. If you love Debbie Macomber you would enjoy this. I would have rated this higher, but it felt so rushed. The author tried to shove so many different parts into this story. I wish she would have cut some of the other paths out so that she could have focused more on the main story.

    17. Sweet Christmas storyLiked this story a lot, quick read and kept me engaged thru-out. Interesting, well developed main characters and just enough twist to keep the pages turning. Merry Christmas romantics.

    18. Cool storyThis was a good book with well-drawn characters and an interesting plot. Events are sometimes a bit contrived and the ending just seems to drop off. Nice Christmas story, though.

    19. I love Christmas so it follows that books based around the holiday make my top list. This one was even better. It involves a Christmas tree farm. My forestry degree always makes me long for a real tree (allergies make that artificial one a better choice). Could not put this one down.

    20. This was a sweet Christmas story! I loved the idea of a Christmas tree "Keeper" and seeing how all the pieces fit together at the end of the story.

    21. Very cute story that reminds us that miracles happen and we just need to recognize them and embrace them when they do happen! A quick, fun, uplifting read.

    22. I loved this story! Characters are real and lovable. Pleasantly surprised by the turn of events at the end. I hope to know more of Angela and Mark's story.

    23. Perfect little Treasure. A delightful, magical Christmas story full of unique characters with everyday troubles, BUT- miracles can happen, if you only believe.

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