For her next mission to Earth, the Superiors assign Sarah a challenging assignment. She is to spur a romantic relationship between Karen Newton and Jeremy Spencer--through the Internet! The dyslexic angel has managed to unite couples previously, but computers perplex her. Since the couple knows each other through their work at a Houston oil company, why must she use those irksome gadgets to trigger a romance? After all, she is known in the Heavenlies as "Little Miss Goof Up." But an order is an order....
When Karen faces danger Sarah must send a believable email message to Jeremy. But how? She's already created multiple fiascoes with her Internet attempts. Perhaps she should ignore orders and find other means to alert Jeremy. Poopty doopty--it would mean a reprimand on Cloud Five. Should she risk it?
Uh-oh. Do angels get headaches? It looks as though Sarah is headed for one.
©2014 Gay N. Lewis (P)2015 Gay N. Lewis
Solid 3 stars
Expected story line but cute.
The reader was very unsuited for the book and even detracted from the story. It would have been better for someone with a less mechanical delivery.
I could barely get through it due to the reader but the story was decent.
I would have liked it better had I read it myself. I found it a little old fashioned in its context even for a faith based story but quaint enough to enjoy.
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