Sunday, November 1, 2009

Where Angels Go by Debbie Macomber

Where Angels Go by Debbie Macomber

In this new offering with Debbie's Christmas Angels Shirley, Goodness and Mercy, we find the three mischievous trio with new assignments and ready to have some fun and cause Gabriel some headaches, promising to have their assignments completed by Christmas Eve..

This Christmas, Mercy's assignment is to help Harry Alderwood, an elderly man with not much time before he dies and he wants to leave with some peace of mind that his dear wife Rosalie will be cared for when he's gone. Rosalie is a very stubborn lady, not wanting to move from their home to go into an assisted living facility. One night when Harry leaves his walker in a place he can't reach, he tries to wake up Rosalie to no avail, but sees a heavenly angel in Mercy, who helps him get into bed.

Goodness is sent to help Beth find true love, as she's been too afraid to really get serious with anyone because of a failed marriage when she was young. She has been addicted to playing an online video game and when she and her online partner start IM each other more frequently, they become more than just partners in a game. When they set up a meeting in Leavonworth, WA, things take a change for the worst and that's when Goodness steps directly into the fray to make things better.

Then comes Shirley's assignment of giving Carter his fondest Christmas wish of all and that is a dog. When Rusty comes into his life, this special dog seems to appear in the strangest places, but his parents can't afford for Carter to keep Rusty. But with a little help from Shirley, things do have a way of working out. When all is said and done, the three Angels make merry with some Christmas fun before heading back up to Heaven. For those who have not read Debbie's Christmas Angel books, these three special Angels have wings andc they are an absolute delight.

Forever Friends Rating 5 Stars by Teri
Until Next Time, See You Around The Book Nook.

Mira Books
Pub. Date: October 2007

This book I read from our Mid-Columbia Regional Library in Tri-Cities, WA

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