Angels Everywhere: A Season of Angels; Touched by Angels by Debbie Macomber
By Debbie Macomber
A Heavensent present of Love
In a season of giving, the cherished New York Times bestselling writer Debbie Macomber sends pleasure winging our approach with excellent full-length novels jointly in a single volume.
Celebrate lifestyles, love, and the vacation spirit with 3 unforgettable heavenly helpers -- the irrepressible angels Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy -- as they paintings their inspiring, poignant, and occasionally hilarious magic on hearts in need.
A Season of Angels
Wishes for romance carry wish from above. yet prior to the angelic trio can solution the Christmas prayers of 3 lonely ladies, there are memorable classes that needs to first be discovered ...
Touched through Angels
For a few, manhattan urban could be a unhappy and chilly position at Christmastime. yet with the aid of Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy, 3 of the city's so much deserving souls will study what miracles are all approximately ...
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If Mercy could ride up and down the escalator then she should be able to enjoy a few short moments of notoriety. “This is our best model,” the salesman was saying, stepping over to the wide twentyfive-inch screen. The salesman was busily showing an older couple the capabilities of the remote control when Goodness popped onto the screen. ” The grandmotherly woman pointed to the television. “It seems to be a . . woman with wings,” the man with her added. ” The salesman quickly adjusted the buttons.
Okay, so she wasn’t cool, if that was the current vernacular. Nor was she hip or groovy or several other words that came to mind. She was God’s willing servant. All right, she wasn’t so willing just then, but she was doing her part and that was all that mattered. Her ears were cold and her fingers had lost their feeling and she had another half hour to go when it happened. It was him. The man who’d caught her in his arms three days earlier, the one she’d attempted to restrain from entering the Blue Goose.
Goodness joined her, hurling herself over the wooden railing of the choir loft. “Where’s Mercy? ” No sooner had Shirley spoken than Mercy appeared. “I’m up here. ” She sagged into one of the choir chairs and tilted back her head. “I’m bushed. Leah had me running from one end of the shopping mall to the next. After she found her friend an absolutely delightful party dress, she took off on her own and shopped for hours. ” “We’re all learning lessons about earthlings,” Shirley maintained. Her own experiences had been exhausting as well.