Marta has given her husband too many good years, only to receive his carousing and emotional abuse in return. Despite the impending Christmas holidays, Marta decides she has had enough, and she kicks her husband out. She packs up her two young ones and prepares to fly to Asheville to be with her parents for Christmas.
Reggie is out of work after 30 years working on an auto assembly line. As a black man, he has broken down walls of prejudice in his industry. As a father, he has raised two fine, successful children and always been faithful to his wife, Yvonne. Now, in order to support Yvonne, he is going to work for his son in Asheville. Life just doesnít seem to be playing fair.
John Sullivan is the consummate businessman. He goes wherever he needs to go whenever he needs and does whatever it takes to solve the problem. When the problems arise at home, however, John is not sure he knows how to deal with them. If he can just get home to Asheville for Christmas like he promised, maybe there is time yet to make things right.
A retired teacher, a furloughed female soldier, a recently widowed man traveling to see his Army buddy, and Lisa, the lady with the van, fill out the rest of the party that makes the road trip to Asheville when the snow shuts down the airport. As they take a detour down Comfort Mountain Road, surprises await that can only be explained by the magical nature of Christmas.
Authors David Saperstein and George Samerjan deliver a timeless tale of good Samaritans, Christmas miracles, and the importance of sharing each otherís burdens. If you miss reading this story during the holidays, donít despair. Its magic works every other day of the year.