Book Review: ‘A Mrs. Miracle Christmas’ Is A Delightful Holiday Novel From Debbie Macomber

Author Debbie Macomber listens to her fans. It’s been a few years since the last Mrs. Christmas novel and fans have requested her and she is back in the new novel A Mrs. Miracle Christmas (in stores Tuesday, October 1st from Ballantine Books). I had never read one of the Mrs. Miracle books before and she’s a delightful character and it’s a heartwarming story about family, faith and live. I love reading Debbie’s books and this one is another great one from her.

In Seattle Laurie McCullough and her husband Zach have moved in with her Grandmother Helen. They have been doing everything they could to have a baby and try and adopt one and living with Helen helped them out financially. But they have had no luck. And now Helen is having issues with her memory and she is only getting worse. They decide they need to get someone to help her. Laurie calls an agency and is told they have no one right now. Then the next day Mrs. Miracle shows up and to assist Helen and tells her she’s an angel being sent because God heard her prayers. And she’s a pure joy. She tells Helen she’s an angel and that good things are going to happen for Laurie and Zach (getting a baby).

Zach continues to ask God for a baby and a sign but Laurie has lost faith. Things with them get testy and it then when a miracle happens it turns out it may be a good Christmas after all.

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