Maggie's Miracle (The Red Gloves Collection #2)

by Karen Kingsbury

Hardcover, 2003

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Publication

Warner Faith (2003), Edition: First Edition, 167 pages

Description

Fiction. Christian Nonfiction. Literature. Christian Fiction. HTML:Years after one magical summer, a high-powered attorney reconnects with a grieving man from her past �?? and learns that the miracles she prayed for could be right beside her. Megan Wright spent one unforgettable summer week with a boy when they were both teens. And despite a lifetime of heartache and bad choices, she has never let go of his magical definition of love, even if she has trouble believing in it. After college Megan settled for a relationship of convenience. Now she's a high powered attorney and, after the death of her husband two years ago, has been looking for help with her lonely young son. Across town, Casey Cummins is still dealing with the tragic loss of his wife. His search for meaning and hope leads him to contact the Manhattan Children's Organization, who connects him with a fatherless child. Life suddenly takes a series of unusual twists, and soon Megan will learn that the teenage boy from all those years ago actually kept his promise, and the miracle she prayed for as a girl is only a breath aw… (more)

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

167 p.; 7.5 inches

ISBN

0446532304 / 9780446532303

User reviews

LibraryThing member judyg54
This is the second book in the Red Gloves Series and I am really enjoying them. Megan is a lady who has lost her belief in true love. She is climbing the corporate ladder and finding no time for her son Jordan. Then one day Jordan writes a letter to God and asks his Mom to mail it. She reads it and
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realizes how much Jordan needs a Dad and how lonely he is. So. .. she connects with a Manhattan Children's Organization which connects children who need an adult to connect with and do things together. Casey Cummins is trying to get over the tragic loss of his wife and child. He decides working with this Children's Organization might help fill the void in his life. So you can see where this is leading, but the journey there is very precious and heartwarming. You feel the loss of each of these families and hope that the miracle of love will bring them together. I read this book in one evening because one, it is a short story, but two it was hard to put down once I started it. It was a very tender story with a very happy ending.
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