AUTHOR: JoAnn Durgin
Serendipity: finding something valuable or delightful when you’re not looking for it and least expect it.
Donovan Harper and Claire Morgan are more successful as co-owners of a thriving advertising agency in quaint Serendipity, Pennsylvania, than they were at navigating their romantic relationship.
When an eccentric client makes an unusual request, Donovan convinces Claire their agency should participate in Serendipity’s annual Christmas Challenge. With contests and activities ranging from The Snowflake Plunge, candy cane making, snowman building, wreath and tree decorating, and a snowmobile race, could this be the opportunity Donovan has prayed for to win back the love of his life?
The Christmas Challenge is a delight, a fun read underpinned with life-changing truth. I thoroughly enjoyed Donovan and Claire’s beautifully choreographed dance toward love and their growing faith in God and in one another.
I love small towns, with their coziness and quirky characters. Serendipity, PA, is a setting that invited me in, and I loved my visit—the first of many, I hope. Its annual Christmas Challenge, and the resulting hilarity and drama, propelled not only the main characters but their entire company closer in purposeful fun.
A few delightful cameos (I won’t spoil the surprise) added an extra layer of warmth to this heartwarming story.
The Christmas Challenge earns five stars and is highly recommended. I purchased my copy of this book from Amazon.