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Publisher: Echelon Press  
Release Date:  September 2003
ISBN: 1590802470
Format Reviewed: PDF file / Paperback 
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Genre:  Fiction / Minnesota 1869 and present day / Holiday: Christmas
Reviewed: 2003
Reviewer: Lynda E. Lukow 
Reviewer Notes:  

A Lumberjack Christmas...Revisited
By Janet Elaine Smith  

     After her parents die in a fire, Martha Tinker leaves Boston to marry a logger in Sawbill Landing, Minnesota. Though she has never met Max, she's determined to start a new life with him.

     Dr. Byron Ferguson receives a telegram begging his help; the men of Sawbill Landing are dying. He meets the insistent Martha in a small town hotel and reluctantly agrees to take her with him to the logging camp.

    Her affiance dies before her arrival, but Martha finds a true home in Sawbill Landing. The only question is, will the good doctor choose to give their growing love a chance and stay with her? Will the tree perform its first Christmas miracle?

Present day:

     All her life, little Martha Ferguson has heard the stories of the Christmas miracles her family has experienced at the tree. But she needs a bunch of miracles. Her mother and father seem headed for divorce. Her grandma appears catatonic. Even her dog is acting sickly.

     She turns to her grandpa and Santa for help, but her grandma has the answer: go to the tree. Even if Martha manages to get her whole family back to the tree, will it have enough miracles left to set things right?

         A Lumberjack Christmas...Revisited is an absolute joy to read! Janet Elaine Smith gifts her readers with two tales, skillfully intertwined, of love and Christmas miracles. I laughed; I cried; I couldn't put it down! If holiday stress becomes too heavy, pick up A Lumberjack Christmas ...Revisited--it will brighten even the weariest hearts!