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Publisher's Summary

Handsome, single, and wealthy, Houstonian Tom Shoemaker must decide if he should give up his successful business to assume a country pastorate. When a blonde, blue-eyed, dyslexic angel arrives from The Heavenlies to locate a mate for Tom by Valentine's Day, she's havoc in outlandish red stilettos. But despite numerous goofs in her efforts - many caused by her passion for eccentric footwear the other angels would never dare adorn - love is indeed in the air.

After Marcy Montgomery's husband was killed in Afghanistan, she relocated to a small, central Texas town with Hope, her five-year-old daughter. When Sarah accidentally introduces Tom to Marcy, she sets about discovering if the two would make suitable mates. The Superiors certainly wouldn't approve of a romantic link between the wrong people. But Hope wants a father, and when the five-year-old meets Tom, she immediately decides he is the perfect candidate.

Is Tom the right one for Marcy? Or has Sarah made her biggest blunder of all? Oh merciful heavens! What's an angel to do?

©2013 Gay N. Lewis (P)2014 Gay N. Lewis

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  • Zita
  • 09-21-14

Not a bad story but the narrator is annoying

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes, I'd take the Angel out of the picture and just leave the love story on its own.

What didn’t you like about Christy Williamson’s performance?

Her voice is annoying, she reads most of the characters' conversation on the same tone, sometimes is hard to follow who is speaking.

If this book were a film would you go see it?

Probably not

Any additional comments?

The character of the angel was irritating, how many more times could she say 'Merciful heavens?' And the 'internal thermostat' could drive me out of this world. I tried to ignore the narrator and the angel and the story was good.