Riddled with guilt and sorrow, Levi leaves his fiancée, Elsie, and becomes determined that he can never marry. Elsie is heartbroken after he leaves her.
She has a very hard time keeping jobs and perhaps that is because God had other plans for her. When Levi's sister asks her to be the Christmas elf for Levi, a disorganized toy maker, she finally agrees, knowing full well that they would be seeing each other on a regular basis because of this job.
This was a sweet, heartwarming Christmas book with clear lessons to be learned but all involved. Levi continues to blame himself for his situation. It's a nice story of forgiveness of one self, which is probably the hardest act of forgiveness.
I enjoyed the story and it continued to get more interesting as the book continued.
I received a copy from Forever and NetGalley. All thoughts are my own.