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Publisher's Summary

The road to heaven is paved with Mary Wiles' victims.

Los Angeles isn't just a playground for those searching for a new start. It's a darker and more dangerous place than they'll ever know. But Mary's not fooled.

With her hands full trying to play human while looking for a way back to heaven, Mary doesn't have time to polish her halo let alone solve a murder case. But when she finds out demons are responsible, Mary just can't help herself.

When Mary makes a mistake causing her best friend to be taken, she will have to make a choice: sacrifice an innocent for the chance to get her revenge or lose everything she has worked for. Mary starts to realize there is no clear path back to heaven without becoming tainted herself.

©2017 Erin Bedford (P)2017 Erin Bedford

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Had to stop listening

The story was not bad but I could not listen to the narrator any longer. She did not sound natural and over pronounced her words. Sorry had to stop listening.

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Angels in L.A.

I love books with angels blending in with everyday people and this one is great. Getting inside the mind of an angel (even one no longer connected to heaven) is awesome. I really enjoyed the P.I. part that accompanied Mary and her quest to return home. Trish and Mary's snark just made the story more enjoyable. I loved the sound of Valerie's voice when she narrated. At times her pace seemed a bit stiff or choppy, but it just added to the feel of Mary not understanding today's world for me.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 08-05-17

Not Good

I couldn't suspend belief enough to finish this book. The characters are flat and formulaic and
the plot is stereotypical and predictable. The narrator does not enhance the story. Her portrayal of the characters are delivered in an almost robotic tone . I can not recommend this book.

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