"Harry Mills is a guardian angel on a mission: help Addie Folsom to get her life back on track - and help her find love.
Creating a happy ending for Addie and her neighbour Erich doesn’t seem like much of a challenge. But soon after arriving in the town of Tacoma, Harry realises he might need some guidance. Addie and Erich can't stand each other; growing up he was popular and outgoing, while she was rebellious and headstrong. Addie would now rather avoid Erich entirely, especially at Christmas.
Harry is going to need all the help he can get, and a bit of divine inspiration, to help Addie and Erich find their Christmas miracle."
Mr Miracle is a fairly short, light read, which I could easily have read in one sitting. It has tinges of A Christmas Carol and It's A Wonderful Life, and the book has that magical feeling of Christmas.
I liked the characters, although I didn't feel as emotionally involved as I would have in a slightly longer book. It definitely has the feel of a book that could have a sequel in the making.
Mr Miracle is a story of second chances and not being afraid of admitting that you're wrong, a reminder that people can change and also a reminder that life is short. It is a sweet short story that leave you feeling warm and fuzzy this Christmas.
Mr Miracle is released on 20 November. Thank you to the publisher, Random House, for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. They have also very kindly offered five copies of Mr Miracle for a competition for readers of Book - Love - Bug. To be in with a chance of winning, follow the rafflecopter instructions below.