Maggie's Miracle by Karen Kingsbury ~ Review

Maggie's Miracle (The Red Gloves, #2)My Review:

Jordan is a lonely child being raised a single mother, who longs for a father -figure in his life. So he writes God a letter asking for just that.
Megan Wright sees her son's loneliness, and signs him up for a program that provides mentors for grieving children, and the agency matches Jordan up with a man named Casey Cummins.
Casey lost his wife and child two years ago, and without them his life seems so empty. But when he is matched as the mentor of a young boy named Jordan, he feels God's hand, and knows this isn't a coincidence, but a miracle.

A sweet, heartwarming Christmas romance. I'll admit that I had some serious doubts about this novella from the first, as much of it seemed completely unrealistic. Mostly that Jordan's mother would allow him to hang out by himself with a stranger, without her at the very least meeting him first.

Jordan was a good child, with well meaning intentions. Casey was like a knight in shining armor, and Megan the fair maiden in distress.

But in the end this sweet tale won me over, what can I say? I love a sappy, happy ending. A lovely tale that put a smile on my face and kept me engaged throughout. Definitely something I would recommend.

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