Night of Miracles continues the story of Lucille Howard. Her baking classes are really taking off and she has developed quite the following. Through Lucille, we also meet the young family who lives next door and see first hand the challenges they face. We also meet Iris, Lucille's newly hired assistant, and witness how her life changes over the course of the book. I just can't tell you how well Elizabeth Berg develops characters that you really feel like you know. I became so invested in this story and loved every minute.
Night of Miracles is a story about the depth of human kindness and is a touching and endearing read. I highly recommend Night of Miracles, and while it is a sequel, it could truly be read as a stand alone as well.
I received this book courtesy of Random House through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.