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This story contains a message of hope, of redemption for even the most unlovable people in our lives. Mary, our narrator, works at Clarkson’s Department Store. Her boss, Monika Hell, fits her name to a Tee. She’s an angry, mean-spirited woman who reminds me of Scrooge, making all the Bob Cratchits in her life miserable.
When Monika gets kidnapped on Christmas Eve, by an angel trying to earn his wings, I wasn’t sure where this story was headed, whether it was a new take on the Scrooge story or It’s a Wonderful Life. But the similarities to these traditional tales are few. Ms. Willow takes us through unexpected twists and turns in telling Monika’s story.
Monika wakes up half way across the country with no ID, no money, and nowhere to turn for help. Not even the cops will believe her story, and this woman accustomed to luxuries in her life is forced to accept help from a homeless shelter. Monika’s guardian angel certainly has his work cut out for him in trying to change this hardened heart.
There’s so much more to the story — a cop who wants to believe her story, Terry at the shelter, a blossoming romance, and the happenings back at Clarkson’s, where Mary and her co-worker, Cortney, cover for Monika in her absence.
Pick up a copy of this story - you’ll be glad you did!
Thank you, Ms. Willow, for a great read!
Author of The Hope Valley Saga
After a few more well laid plot turns I thought, "it's kind of like 'It's a Wonderful Life,'" except no one had one of those. Main characters included the divorcee, the orphan, and the widower. A lot of rough lives going with nary a do-over for the night in sight.
Some how themes of classic Christmas stories were woven throughout the book which was unlike them all. Still it left me hopeful and feeling a little touched by an angel.