Heaven made a mistake. Can one clumsy, rebellious angel right a wrong by Christmas Eve without losing her heart?
Angel Elspeth Aloysious is hidden in celestial clerical work to avoid painful memories when her mentor sends her on her first earthly mingle. Her task—open the closed heart of the handsome and busy Sam Wynter so his daughter can have a new mother before she drifts too far from her destiny. Elle has one week and one rule—don’t fall for Sam.
Sam Wynter has no intention of remarrying. Instead, he’s focused on raising his daughter Molly and building his career. But when he meets a captivating and beautiful stranger in town for the holidays, he rediscovers joy and a sense of fun with Elle through donating his time and skills to those in need. Both Sam and Molly quickly bond with the sparkling Elle, and Sam starts to dream of a different future.
The clock is ticking down on Elle’s time on Earth. Can these two mismatched soulmates, who are worlds apart, find their happy ever after?
A Magical Story About Love and Family
This was an absolutely wonderful story. You fall in love with the characters right away – Elle, Molly, and Iris in particular grabbed me by the heart. The individual characters’ threads are woven together to make a beautiful, cohesive story of love, family, and community. I highly recommend that you grab some cozy socks, hot cocoa, and curl up with this enchanting book! You won’t want to put it down until you’ve finished, I promise.
Pure Holiday Magic!
For me, there is nothing like a great holiday
book. I love cozying up in my favorite chair
whilst enjoying a nice warm drink and just
savoring the read. The Christmas Fix Up
ticked every single box for me: magical
(check), cozy (check), heartwarming (check),
romantic (double check), references to my all
time favorite movie, It's A Wonderful Life
(TRIPLE CHECK). And I even needed a
Kleenex or two... maybe three. I've read
several of Barbara Ankrum's books and she
never disappoints. This may be my favorite
one, though. She writes from the heart and
really makes me want to live inside the story.
So, in short, I am highly recommending this
book. Holiday or not, it's a great read from
beginning to end.