Monday, December 12, 2011

Teaser Tuesday 110: Mrs. Miracle

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

* Grab your current book or recent read.
* Share a few “teaser” sentences from somewhere in the book.
* BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (Make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away. You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
* Share the title and author so that other participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teaser!


Just finished Mrs. Miracle this evening, an older Christmas romance by Debbie Macomber. Now I can finally watch the movie, which I recorded two years ago, and have held off seeing until after I'd read the book. Here are a couple short teasers from the novel.




The air between them sizzled. Reba wondered if anyone else noticed. She did, and she knew he did, too.
(pg 85)

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Seth must have realized who Vicki was because he moved closer, protectively, to her side. She was grateful for both the physical and the emotional support.
(pg 253)



ABOUT THE BOOK:

With Christmas approaching and wild twin boys to raise alone, Seth Webster needs a miracle. His home is in chaos, the latest in a long line of exasperated housekeepers quitting in disgust, and he needs help keeping his family together. And then it arrives on his doorstep. Her name is Mrs. Merkle, but the kids call her "Mrs. Miracle"—and from the moment the warm, knowing, and very patient nanny appears, everything is different.

Her sassy spirit is infectious, and it gives Seth the courage to approach Reba, a beautiful travel agent who’s been hurt and betrayed and is afraid to ever love again. Through the magic of faith—and with a little help from a children’s Christmas pageant and a lot of encouragement from Mrs. Miracle—Seth and Reba might just be able to find a Christmas miracle of their very own: true love.

17 comments:

tfwalsh said...

I like both of these teasers... they have a warmth about them... Thanks for visiting mine.

Shelley Munro said...

This sounds like a heartwarming story and just perfect for this time of the year. Nice teasers.

Heather said...

Tania: Thank you, I really liked these two scenes.

Shelley: Definitely a heart-warming Christmas story! I'm looking forward to watching the movie and seeing how it compares.

TToria said...

Aww. I liked both of these teasers, sounds like one for me to read. Thanks for sharing.

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Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Perfect for the season! And Macomber always brings us something cozy and heartwarming. Thanks for sharing.

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Jennifer Messerschmidt said...

I hear she is a fabulous writer but I haven't read anything of hers yet.

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FABR Steph said...

Mrs. Miracle is a favorite of mine. She is just so endearing.
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Heather said...

TToria: Thanks, I hope you will check it out!

Laurel-Rain: Yes, this was certainly a good, heartwarming holiday read. What else would we expect from Ms. Macomber?

Jennifer: She is indeed a fabulous writer. I've read several of her books and have yet to be disappointed.

Steph: Yes, there is definitely something endearing about Mrs. Miracle.

Tribute Books Mama said...

Nice teasers, a timely read for the holidays.

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Heather said...

Tribute Books Mama: Yes, indeedy! ;)

Jenny Q said...

Oh, this sounds like a sweet one! Great teasers!

Alice Audrey said...

Her plots are always so involved, but they draw me in.

Janet Ruth said...

Mrs. Miracle sounds fabulous, would love to read this one. Thanks for sharing.

kaye said...

great teaser, I do like this story. Thanks for stopping by today.

Heather said...

Thanks, Jenny!

Alice: I agree. Very complex at times, but always engaging.

Janet Ruth: This should be an easy one to find sicne they made it into a movie. There is also a spinogg, Call Me Mrs. Miracle, which I have not read yet. Maybe next year. *g*

Kaye: It is a good one, isn't it? :)

Beth said...

I enjoyed this book! Thanks for stopping by.

Heather said...

Thanks, Beth!