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Looking for Miracles

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Lori Harper was on her own. Recently widowed with a young son to raise and a baby on the way, she had no one she could rely on. And when she went into labor in her isolated home with no way to call for help, she prayed for a miracle….

Delivering gifts to needy families on Christmas Eve, fire department volunteer Mike Martin never imagined he'd be called on to nearly deliver
Published October 2012 by Harlequin (first published 2000)
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Looking for Miracles grabbed my attention from the very beginning. I loved the characters, the sweet story line, and I am always a sucker for a Christmas setting.
Of course there is insta-love, but hey, this is Harlequin. Note to self: Get over it. It would be like reading a fairytale and then getting pissed off at the'happily ever after' ending.
The problem is in the ending. The book was good and then all of a sudden... the story shifted, things got rushed and the author packed up and went home
In “Looking for Miracles”, a kindhearted EMT/firefighter named Mike Martin is called on to nearly deliver a baby. Lori Harper is destitute: she’s recently widowed with a new mouth to feed and a young son to raise, and she lives in a small single-wide trailer on the outskirts of a small town. Mike meets Lori while delivering gifts to the needy as part of a church outreach program, and she goes into labor.

I didn’t really warm to this book. The characters were nice, but Lori had “white trash traile
Pat Oringer
Way above average tale of Christian faith in action despite adversity in the telling of a tale of two regular people who realize heroic things through their faith and each other.
Not only was this an adorable cover,the story was a really wonderful one for this time of year.
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