All I Want for Christmas

All I Want for Christmas

  • Paperback
  • 9781646300280
  • Published: August 30, 2022


  • eBook
  • 9781646300297
  • Published: August 30, 2022


  • Big book
  • 9781646305100
  • Published: July 11, 2023



James sells toys. He's a workaholic and he's made a very good living, even if his wife and four children don't appreciate it. Truth is, his marriage is falling apart and he barely recognizes his kids.
So when James's youngest daughter, 7-year-old Reba, asks God for a Christmas miracle to "fix" her family, something most unexpected happens—unexpected and horrible. The Christmas tree catches fire and the house burns down, taking with it all of their possessions.
One bad thing leads to another as rock bottom gives way to new lows and the family is sent spiraling down a dark and unfamiliar path. Reba wonders if God decided to give her the very opposite of what she prayed for.
Finally, separated and destitute, James and the family are left with absolutely nothing—nothing but a brand-new understanding of what's actually important in life.
Now James must rekindle his faith, learn what's truly important to him, and find a way to win his family back. If he can pull it off, there may just be that Christmas miracle waiting for him.

"Likable, charismatic characters...compelling and emotionally impactful...modern-day Job's tale." - Screencraft

Fans of The Pursuit of Happiness and God's not Dead will love this inspirational book. (Screencraft).



Rebekah Pace

REBEKAH PACE was a lost soul wandering the infamous Wells Street in Chicago when a traveling street mission led her to her true calling. Now writing from her Victorian bed and breakfast, she brings a deeply personal understanding of hope, inspiration, and faith to all of her stories. Rebekah writes unique and powerful books that entertain, challenge, and inspire readers from all walks of life.

Some of Rebekah's favorite movies are War Room, God's Not Dead, and Overcomer.  She also enjoys books about other belief systems that offer valuable insight and lessons for living a better life with greater understanding, including The Hundred Secret Senses (Amy Tan), Among the Believers (V.S. Naipaul), and a many books describing Buddhist teachings.


Alexis J. Pride

Alexis J. Pride earned her Ph.D. in English from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and her MFA in Creative Writing at Columbia College Chicago, where today she is an associate professor in graduate studies in the English and Creative Writing Department. Pride is a literary fiction writer and playwright whose short fiction has been previously published in TriQuarterly magazine, several editions of F magazine, and other journals.