She saved her daughter's life. Now she must save her soul.
Although Elizabeth died giving birth to her daughter, her death wasn't the end. She awakens to find her sacrifice has transformed her into a special kind of angel - a protector - and if she is able to help her charge through the Pearly Gates, she, too, will be welcomed into heaven.
Elizabeth is both heartbroken and overjoyed when she finds she'll be watching over Daisy, the daughter she never got to meet. She'd like nothing more than to live with her little girl in paradise, but being a guardian is hard work. Will Elizabeth be reunited with her daughter or forced to suffer in silence as she watches Daisy make mistakes that place her just out of heaven's reach?
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This is hard to choose just 1,but it would be Flora Mia. You can feel the excitement in her voice as a young girl,and the humble peacefulness as an adult.
Elizabeth,to hear what her journey was like,about watching the pain,and the joys of each of her charges.
I have read the ebook,and recently received a free audio version for my honest review. This was my first full audio version and I listened as I did stitching craft. I learned more about the characters in the story by listening to it. The narrator, Ann did a wonderful job giving life to each person in the story by changing her voice to better suit the age and genders. I really love this story because I do believe in angels,and life isn't always kind here on earth.
Not that I can recall.
I REALLY wanted to like this book. I really did. But I just found it to be predictable and it just seemed to drag on and on. Normally, I LOVE anything and everything about Angels and Heaven, but this one just didn't do it for me. I honestly couldn't wait for it to be over with, and I feel bad for saying that because the story line meant well.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
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