When US Marine Beau Buchanan wakes up from a comatose state in Landshuhl Army Hospital, he learns he is not only injured but is also suffering from amnesia. By his side is his Pop, Barry, who Beau does not remember but leaves the hospital with to return to his home area of Kentucky. While he is recuperating he is helping his Pop with a construction job as an electrician, a job he can do but has no idea how he learned it. His recovery is slow for it will take time to heal from his injuries.
Marley Pierce is also working in the same area but as a landscaper. She is rebuilding her life and trying so powerfully to get back into the good grace of her own family. When Marley was eighteen she found herself pregnant and deserted by the boy with whom she shared three weeks of passion and what she thought was a love.
What will happen when these two come face to face? Will there be some recognition on Beau's part towards Marley? Will she run or face him? What of her family? How will they react to his presence in town?
When I first started reading A Christmas To Remember I wondered what the miracle would be. Not only do the main characters have their story but so do the secondary characters. Kay Stockham shares with us the splendor of each person and how they matured and the respect that they show each other. We also get to see forgiveness. I really enjoyed this story and would recommend you getting your own copy.