“Call Me Mrs. Miracle” is a novel written by Debbie Macomber. It is part of her “Mrs. Miracle” series, which focuses on heartwarming and uplifting stories during the holiday season. The book was published in 2010.
In “Call Me Mrs. Miracle,” the story revolves around Emily Merkle, who is known as Mrs. Miracle. She is an angelic and mysterious woman who works as a special assistant at the toy section of a department store during the Christmas season. Emily has a unique ability to touch the lives of those around her and bring about positive change.
The protagonist of the story is Holly Larson, a young widow who has been struggling to move on since her husband’s passing. She works as a waitress at the local diner and is raising her eight-year-old nephew, Gabe, on her own. Holly’s life takes an unexpected turn when she starts working at the toy department where Mrs. Miracle is employed.
As the story unfolds, Mrs. Miracle begins to work her magic, helping Holly, Gabe, and others in the community find hope, love, and happiness during the holiday season. Along the way, there are heartfelt moments, touching encounters, and lessons about the power of love and second chances.
“Call Me Mrs. Miracle” is a heartwarming and feel-good story that captures the spirit of the holiday season. It explores themes of healing, faith, and the importance of human connections. Debbie Macomber’s writing style brings the characters and the Christmas atmosphere to life, offering readers a cozy and uplifting reading experience.