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  • Very happy Christmas story.

    This was a very happy Xmas story. We must learn how to live with our elderly parents and savour the experience.

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  • Mrs. Miracle has a new heavenly mission

    A Mrs. Miracle Christmas by Debbie Macomber is touching Christmas story. I began reading it and did not stop until I finished. A Mrs. Miracle Christmas has Debbie Macomber’s delightful writing which drew me right in. Her characters are developed, and the story moved along at a steady pace. Mrs. Miracle is sent by Gabriel to help Helen, Laurel and Zach. Helen has been praying for her granddaughter who has lost faith as well as hope after failed IVF treatments and an unsuccessful adoption. Zach still has hope, but he is not the praying type. Helen, Laurel’s grandmother, has dementia and her life has shrunk to the point where she sits in a chair trying to knit and watching television. With Mrs. Miracle taking care of Helen, her life expands. Helen finds new activities and new friends with her favorite being the kindly Mrs. Miracle. I thought Laurel and Zach’s struggles were realistic. I could feel their turmoil and sadness. There are some bright moments for the couple along with angelic guidance. There were humorous scenes that had me laughing out loud. I especially enjoyed Mrs. Miracle mentioning her friends, Shirley, Goodness and Mercy. Mrs. Miracle enlists their assistance for a job or two. I like the inclusion of this segment of the Twenty-Third Psalm, “Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life.” We see how important it is to never lose hope or faith. God does listen to our prayers and He answers them in His own way and when He feels it is time. We need to remember that patience is a virtue (like Mrs. Miracle, I struggle with this one). It also tells us that we should be grateful for what we do have instead of what we do not have. I am guilty of this as well. A Mrs. Miracle Christmas is a heartwarming Christmas tale that will lift your spirits and touch your heart. I was happy for the epilogue that beautifully wrapped up this touching tale. A Mrs. Miracle Christmas is an uplifting story with heavenly help, grandmotherly guidance, holiday happenings, a spirited Christmas Eve service and the mysterious Mrs. Miracle.

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  • A heartwarming Christmas story

    You know it's approaching the holidays when we get a Debbie Macomber Christmas novel! I was trying to save this book, but I just couldn't. I had to dive in and read it. I LOVED this book. This story revolves around Lauren & Zach, a childless couple, and Helen, Lauren's grandmother who has dementia. We also have a return of Mrs. Miracle, whom I absolutely adore. There is a lot of knitting in this story, which I will confess, I learned how to knit because of Debbie Macomber. I loved all the characters in this book. Lauren is an elementary school teacher and Zach is a computer programmer. They are childless, but have struggled with IVF and had a foster child adoption fall through. Helen has dementia and is unable to live alone any longer, so Lauren and Zach have moved in with her. Mrs. Miracle has come to be a companion of Helen's during the holiday season. This book will make you laugh and cry and believe in Christmas miracles. It is definitely a must read for the holiday season. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the ARC. All opinions are my own.

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  • Heartwarming holiday

    Incredibly uplifting, heart warming and touching journey. This is a highly entertaining, fun, exciting and engaging holiday story filled with emotional assurance in the strength of family, love and faith..... Loved this journey!

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  • Dreaded Dumps But Good Characters and Story

    Although I am a voracious reader of feel-good stories (mostly) and this author has been publishing for decades, I hadn't read one of her books until this one. I loved how she tackled tough issues like infertility and dementia with a sure but deft touch, making it so the heavy themes did not detract from the holiday vibe of this book. These weighty subjects could have easily bogged down the story. Instead, they became the foundation for miracles and character growth. The story certainly had that wonderful holiday feel that you want from a book set at Christmas. The people involved in this story are decent, good people who are having a hard time. Those kinds of stories pull at the heartstrings as we want characters like that to ultimately have a better life and triumph. But one thing surprised me, and not in a good way. Frankly, I was surprised at the large information dump in the first scene (and others scattered throughout). I normally associate the dreaded data dump with early-career authors or those who are self-published, with no guiding hand from a judicious editor to make sure the author doesn't make this rookie mistake. But once I got past the info dump sections, I quite enjoyed the characters and the heartfelt family drama. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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