by Karen Kingsbury
Category: Fiction / General
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
They say, "A child shall lead them" and in Maggie's Miracle that is certainly the case. Written with the deft touch of love and compassion for lonely and sorrowing souls, this is one tale you will read more than once. Jordan Wright writes a letter to God and his answer isn't long in coming. A simple request, however, proves to be very complicated when it involves his mother, Megan Wright who is a successful, well-known lawyer. Her works leaves little time for her son, in particular, after the loss of his father, so she enrolls Jordan in a program that brings Casey Cummins, a widower, into their lives. Author Karen Kingsbury has used her considerable talent to show miracles can occur, especially when we're not looking for them. The characters in Maggie's Miracle rise above the ordinary and will find permanent homes in your heart. A tale that so well explains the true meaning of selfless love, a lesson given by a child. Any reader will find real pleasure in this story, a delight for any age.