Where Treetops Glisten

Where Treetops Glisten: Three Stories of Heartwarming Courage and Christmas Romance During World War II - Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, Sarah Sundin

In White Christmas, It a story about Abigail Turner who is a college student during War World 2. She has a part time job at a Candy Shop. She loss her boyfriend due to the war. Those when she waiting for the bus after class, she almost get run over by her bus and a young man saves her before things get worse.

A young man get on the bus with her and he decides to sit next to her. He reads a letter he received. He does not know what do about the letter. Abigail offers to help him by saying he should stop by her place to talk to her father.  As keeps going it get better and better. There a mystery in the story. There are twist and turns though out the book.

In I’ll Be Home for Christmas, is a story about Pete Turner, Abigail's brother. He is home from the war for a month or so. He run into a little girl that was looking into the window and praying. He takes her home and runs into her widow mother. 

 
Will Pete be able to redeem himself and help the little girl? The little girl thinks she found her new daddy. Will it all out you will have to read to find out. Abigail and her boyfriend Jackson discussion their wedding plans.  You see Abigail and Jackson get married during this story as well.  You meet Merry during this story as well for a bit of time. There a more twist and turns though this story as well.
 

In Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, We learn about Merry life. We see her working in the Army as well. She is an Army nurse and is working in Europe. She and her friends are trying to help wounded soldiers from the front line. 

 
Merry boyfriend had run away at the beginning the is doing his duty by trying to save children. Merry does not know he is near by. Soon she see him for the first time in a long time. Though he is hiding out, Will things work out for Merry? You will need to read to find out.

 

Source: http://nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2014/12/where-treetops-glisten.html