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A nice little Christmas story. What an adventure to go to another country for Christmas. Although Colleen had a reason to go to Ireland I do commend her on trying to break the news to her son Jamie about his biological father.
I did think Jamie was annoying. The way at times that he treated his mother wasn't right. Both of them had to grieve. Sadly I guess each didn't know how to do that to help each other. Different things that Colleen went through with Jamie was very much relatable since I went/go through that with my daughter.
The one thing I think was the most memorable with that thought is how Colleen just left things go with Jamie. Left it in the hands of God. What will be and what is too big for her, he will take care of. Important message that I need to remember.
Good view on what Ireland is like. How it was explained of the island of Inishbofin. Quite the truth. Since my father's side came from there and seeing for myself, it is a hard place. It was good to see that there is a better effect happening from one place to benefit others even on a holiday.
Of course everything is wrapped up nicely at the end. Jamie and Colleen get what they have been searching for.
Customers who bought An Irish Christmas also bought @ Barnes and Noble- Flight to Heaven by Captain Dale Black, Faith by Lori Copeland, The Whole Bible Story by Dr William H. Marty, Rules to Live By by Jerry White, Hurt Machine by Reed Farrell Coleman, The Gift by Richard Paul Evans
A good story for a free price. I give An Irish Christmas 4