Where Angels Go

Title: Where Angels Go

Author: Debbie Macomber

Hardbound, 296 pages

Published: December 2007

Shirley, Goodness and Mercy are back! These three irresistible angels love their assignments on Earth. They especially love helping people who send prayer requests to Heaven (even though the Archangel Gabriel, their boss, knows they’re going to break his rules)!

This Christmas, Mercy is assigned to bring peace of mind to an elderly man…who discovers an unexpected answer to his prayer.

Goodness is sent to oversee the love life of a young woman afraid to risk commitment a second time.

And Shirley has the task of granting a little boy’s fondest Christmas wish.

Shirley, Goodness and Mercy go wherever they’re needed. These three charming angels often find themselves in trouble, but somehow things always work out for the best – especially at Christmas.

This was a heartwarming Debbie Macomber trademark book and I was impressed. When I read this book, it is only then that I learned about Shirley, Goodness & Mercy who were already featured in her previous books Now I wanna read them!

Definitely one  of the best angel stories I’ve ever read. Yes, it’s Christmas in August! I love the positive vibes that the three naughty angels have brought to each of those who needed them.Three prayer requests, three different benefactors – a young boy prays for a pet dog; an elderly man prays for the welfare of his wife when he dies; and a Mother’s prayers for her daughter to find true love.

It’s a perfect story about Angels, Families and Relationship with God. After reading, three heartfelt lessons were learned – the act of giving, forgiving & loving. Truly, Debbie captured my heart with her “angelic” moments and I can’t help but sigh after reading this. Wait, actually, I  cried buckets of tears with this one and I’m not shy to admit it. I really love this book.


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