Mrs. Miracle=Lifetime Movie December 5th

Widowed father, Seth Webster is finding life very difficult raising two twin six year old boys by the names of Judd and Jason. His latest housekeeper, Mrs. Hampton tells Seth that he doesn’t need a housekeeper but a miracle and quits.

It has been a week since Mrs. Hampton quit. Seth is desperate. He has called the agency about every day trying to get a replacement. They tell him that no one is available. Someone knocks on the door. Standing on the front porch is a grandma type woman. Her name is Mrs. Merkle. She tells Seth she is from the agency.

Reba Maxwell is in charge of the Christmas program this year. She never expected to fall for someone till she spotted Seth. Could this be the year that Judd and Jason get a new mommy?

I typically stray from holiday novels. Don’t really know why. I think it is just because the few I remember reading weren’t that good and ever since then I have not read another one till now. I absolutely loved everything about this book, from the characters, storyline and warm comforting feeling I got while reading Mrs. Miracle. Everyone should be so lucky to have a Mrs. Merkle in their lives. She is the grandma that people wished they had. Judd and Jason are cute, especially when they were embarrassing their father in front of Reba. This book is a tasty delight. See for yourself and pick up a copy of this book today.


Becky LeJeune said…
Good to know, Cheryl . I was going to give this one at try, but was apprehensive because, I too, shy away from holiday reads. It sounds too good to pass up, though, thanks to you.

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