Authoress: Debbie Macomber
Pages: 253 Publisher: Mira
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audio
Goodreads: Call Me Mrs. Miracle
Genre: Romance, Christmas, Adult Fiction
My summary: He stopped celebrating Christmas when his mother died many years ago. She is still feeling the burn of her last break-up and feeling very alone this Christmas. But fate, her nephew, and Mrs. Miracle are about to change everything.
My say: I now know why Debbie Macomber is a best seller. Call Me Mrs. Miracle is down-right delightful. It isn't Christian Fiction, but it is infused with faith, angels, magic, and the miracles that can happen around Christmas. The story moves at a nice pace that allows the reader to delight in a snow covered New York City Christmas and romance.
My star rating: 5 out of 5 stars
My recommendation: I would recommend this one to anyone seeking some holiday spirit.
My favorite part: The kiss that followed the carriage ride through Central Park.
My favorite line: I LOVED the quick quotes and words of advice that open each chapter. Like this gem, "People are like tea bags - you have to drop them in hot water before you know how strong they are."
My cover thoughts: Beautiful! It makes me want to go window shopping.
My kiddie-o-meter: As clean as fresh snow.
My holiday cheer meter: Low Medium High
My notes: Foodie score! This one features a variety of recipes from Fried Chicken to Sugar Cookies.
My final say: In the story, Holly is desperately trying to save enough money to buy her nephew the gift he so desperately wants for Christmas. Have you ever gone to an extreme measure to buy someone you love a Christmas hot ticket item?
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Second Entry in the Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge.