Monday, November 26, 2012

Review: A Winter Dream By: Richard Paul Evans

The tale of Joseph and his coat come alive in a modern twist. A story of love and forgiveness as only Mr. Evans could do. Joseph Jacobson is one of thirteen children (second to last) and also his father's favorite. When he saves his father's client, all eyebrows are raised and the jealousy is fed further. Joseph's youngest and full blooded brother embezzles from the company and the brothers find that they can use Joseph's love against him - an ultimatium is issued, leave and disappear, from the family, from the company or charges will be filed. Joseph chooses to leave and embark on his journey of growth. This isn't just a tale of forgiveness, of love, of personal growth, but also of how treat one another.