‘Charming, witty and warm, Small Miracles is a gentle gem of a novel, a cheery balm in troubling times.’ AJ Pearce, bestselling author of Dear Mrs Bird
Three nuns play the lottery to save their failing convent, resulting in a story of friendship, community, faith and love.
The 1990s are proving tough for the convent. The order of the Sisters of Saint Philomena is down to its three last nuns. The place that Sisters Margaret, Bridget and Cecilia call home is in dire need of repairs and, with no savings and no new recruits, they are facing the prospect of having to sell up and leave behind the friends and neighbours in the parish community that they love.
That is, until ninety-year-old Cecilia decides to play the newly launched National Lottery and a series of small miracles begins to unfold…
Small Miracles takes the reader on a joyful and uplifting journey as these three unforgettable nuns learn more about life, love and friendship than they could ever have imagined.
READERS LOVE SMALL MIRACLES:
‘What an absolute blast of a read, this book has everything, nuns, lottery tickets, love stories, it will make you chuckle and tear up in equal measures’ *****
‘What a fantastically written book’ ******
‘A charming, quirky and comforting read. It is ultimately a story of community, hope and having the determination to defeat the odds.’ *****
‘What a charming, gentle, read this was. It was such a relief in stressful times to read a book where all the characters were lovely and it was a pure joy to curl up with this.’ *****
‘I loved the book, it’s a fabulous depiction of people’s lives, their struggles, their loneliness, their individual longings. Never cloying or overly sentimental but truly heart-warming and highly recommended.’ *****