Synopses & Reviews
It is a time of joy and gladness -- yet even the wonder of Christmas cannot brighten lives burdened by loneliness and despair. So when three "rush" prayers fly up from the City of Angels, three real angels fly down to Earth to answer the call. And this is no ordinary celestial trio, but Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy -- incomparable, irrepressible, and somewhat outrageous heavenly helpers dedicated to abolishing sadness in their ownspecial fashions. It will take more than one miracle, however, to mend the broken hearts they've cometo repair. But Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy are on the case -- and they're not going to disappear before they deliver the best holiday gift of all: love!
A Wing and a Prayer
When irrepressible angels Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy set out for the City of Angels to grant three rush Christmas prayer requests, they are sure they can help without resorting to, er, divine intervention. But they soon find it will take more than one miracle to teach their precious lessons of love—as well as make three special holiday dreams come true!
Macomber follows her nationally bestselling A Season of Angels with a delightful sequel featuring three heavenly but feather-brained angelic messengers. Inspired by their success last Christmas, Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy return to answer the prayers of three troubled mortals and ensure a holiday season filled with love and joy.
In this sequel to "A Season of Angels, " three heavenly but feather-brained angelic messengers--Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy--returned to answer the prayers of three troubled mortals and ensure a holiday season filled with love and joy. Reissued to coincide with release of the latest sequel, "Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy."
About the Author
With more than 75 million copies of her books sold worldwide, Debbie Macomber is a major voice in women's fiction. Several of her novels have earned the #1 slot on the New York Times
bestseller list, and in 2010 the Romance Writers of America awarded Debbie the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2005, readers across the country voted her winner of the first-ever "people's choice" Quill Award for Romance.
In 2009, the television movie based on Debbie's popular Avon romance Mrs. Miracle was the year's top-ranked selection for the Hallmark Channel. She has been recruited to throw out the first pitch for both the Seattle Mariners and the Tacoma Rainiers. Author, knitter, devoted grandmother, Debbie lives in Port Orchard, Washington, with her real-life hero, Wayne, and their pup, Bogie, and winters in Vero Beach, Florida.