Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Choir of Angels Book Review

I have been reading this book for what seems like forever because it was three books in one.  Choir of Angels: Shirley, Goodness and Mercy\Those Christmas Angels\Where Angels Go by Debbie Macomber was a good holiday read which I finished a little after the holidays.  I was glad that I picked out this series to read because it is a lot different then the other series by Debbie Macomber and perfect to get you in the thankful mood!

Greg Bennett hates Christmas. Divorced, almost friendless and about to lose his business, he has no time for what he considers sentimental nonsense. It takes three irrepressible angels to show him the truth.  Shirley, Goodness and Mercy shall follow him—until he learns what Christmas is all about!

Those Christmas Angels come down to earth again to respond to Anne Fletcher's prayer request. She wants her son, Roy, to meet a special woman—and the angels contrive to throw Julie Wilcoff in his path (literally!).

Another Christmas, another angelic rescue. The three heaven-sent messengers reunite a divorced couple, bring peace of mind to an elderly man and grant a little boy's fondest wish. Because there's always joy Where Angels Go.  Angels are all around us— Especially at Christmas!

I enjoyed this book even though it was a really heavy one to carry around with me everywhere.  The first book was really good and followed in line with the other books that the three angels come down to help some people who have made prayers to heaven.  Greg ran a winery which was falling apart after his crop was destroyed and his was going through his next divorce at the same time.  He runs into his old girlfriend and finds out that he has a son and his life is starting to turn around.  The second book was a real favorite of mine with Anne praying for her son to meet the right women and Julie meeting him and fighting him at every turn.  The third book was so sad with the elderly couple that where the husband's health was failing and he worked to get his wife settled in a retirement village before he passed.  These stories all help you realize that family and love are the most important things which is always good to be reminded at the holiday season.  I hope that you check it out at your local library or bookstore for yourself.  I think that you will enjoy it as much as I have.

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