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October 21, 2019

A Mrs. Miracle Christmas by Debbie Macomber ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

I know some people don't think it is Christmas until they've read Debbie Macomber's latest Christmas novel. As someone who was on a waiting list until March for a previous Christmas book by her, I'm thrilled that I received an advance copy. This year she brings back the beloved character Mrs. Miracle and you don't want to miss it.

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October 2019; Ballantine Books; 978-0399181399
audio, ebook, print (272 pages); holiday
I absolutely love Macomber's Christmas novels and wait anxiously every year to see what she will offer fans. I love Mrs. Miracle and the Christmas stories that feature her are among my favorites.

Laurel's grandmother is becoming more and more forgetful. She lost her way in her own neighborhood. She called the cops when she awoke from a nap and Laurel wasn't home from school. She forgot Laurel is an adult and not the 10-year-old she raised. Laurel is still coming to terms with never being able to have children and now she is worried about losing her grandmother. With no choice but to find a home companion to look after her grandmother while she and her husband are at work, she calls Caring Angels but is told that no one will be available until after the new year. Then Mrs. Miracle shows up on their doorstep.

If you aren't familiar with Mrs. Miracle, she is truly an angel, sent by God. There is a series that features Mrs. Miracle along with her angel friends Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy. But it isn't necessary to have read any books in the Angelic Intervention/Angels Everywhere series (I've read book 8 in the Angelic Interventions series and book 7 in the Angels Everywhere series and this is book 11). Everything you need to know about Mrs. Miracle and her angel friends is provided within the pages of this story.

(If you think Mrs. Miracle sounds familiar and you haven't read any of the series, then you may have seen one of the movies based on the books).

A Mrs. Miracle Christmas is a touching, heartwarming story about love, hope, and Christmas miracles. Unlike many Christmas novels, it is not a romance. I would classify it more as women's fiction.

I will admit that I got misty-eyed while reading this story. Even though you know how the story is going to end, the journey is still just so sweet.

If you like Hallmark movies in book form and want something more than another holiday romance, then you will definitely want to pick up this book as part of your holiday reading.

Buy A Mrs. Miracle Christmas at Amazon

Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the founder of Girl Who Reads and the author of how-to marketing book Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour.

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