Miracles and Mischief

Miracles and Mischief

quiltcat26@sbcglobal.net (Wednesday, 14 November 2012)
Rating: 5

A fumbled ball and a brush with the law placed football hero Nate Saylor in a serious predicament. His agent suggested he volunteer for a charity
organization to compensate for his blunders, and handed him a devotional book to ponder. Nate agreed to grant the wish of a very sick child with the
hope that he could redeem himself with his fans and the law. Single mom, Shayna Grady had struggled financially and emotionally while raising her son
Zac, who had been diagnosed with childhood leukemia. Shayna had reached an all-time low, fearing Zac might not live to see his next birthday unless a
bone marrow transplant could be arranged. Nate Saylor agreed to grant Zac's wish to meet and spend a day with the football star of his dreams. Humbled
by Shayna's faith in God and her perseverence in the face of such emotional pain and exhaustion Nate discovers his own faith in God becoming renewed
through Shayna's strength and the book of devotions he had begun reading.rnrnMary Manners writes with sensitivity and warmth. Her characters come to
life with rich dimension and realistic qualities and characterize a strong faith in God. Her story develops with smooth transitions and the plot
unfolds with tenderness and depth. This story of trials and triumphs is enriched with inspiration. I was sad to see this story come to an end. I
thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and look forward to the sequel.

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