I received a copy of FOREVER CHRISTMAS by Robert Tate Miller from BookSneeze. I chose it because, well for one things, Christmas is coming, but I also felt like an uplifting story after a few heavy-hitters I’ve read lately. It also seemed like an escape from the stresses of everyday life. Oh yeah, it is also about a literary agent. I have a literary agent, and it was cool to take a look inside the life of one. FOREVER CHRISTMAS did not fail to meet all of my expectations.
Andrew, the main character, is a literary agent. He is stressed and busy, but then a Christmas Eve accident causes him to take a new look on life. Yes, this story line might sound a bit classic, but Robert Tate Miller writes with freshness. The characters are not only believable, but also emotionally jarring. By the end of the book, I wanted more. Beth especially struck me as being similar to many people I know in real life.
I highly recommend this to people seeking an escape from a busy life or anyone who loves Christmas stories. The book is short, at only 183 pages, so it flies by. I’m passing it on to a friend who I know loves Christmastime.