Ivy and Tristan are meant to be together. Both stunningly attractive, brilliantly talented, and very much in love, they think their happiness will last forever. Then a terrible car accident shatters their world, killing Tristan. He returns as an angel, but Ivy is unable to feel his presence. Challenging both of their beliefs, they must each learn how to deal with the aftermath.
I truly love this idea. The choice narrator could have been better but Ms. Raudman is ok. I've heard worse but other than that the writer gets enough of your attention to make you want to get to the next book.
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I read this book in middle school and I fell in love with it. Here I am in college now and didn't have time to reread it, but decided to buy the book and hear it on my free time. It's just as good! The woman's voice gets slightly annoying, however I rather have one voice throughout than multiple voices. It was turned into a great audiobook though. I'm very glad!
I loved it couldn't stop listening to the story it has a little bit of everything in it was both sad and scary and just a speechless story!
Would you consider the audio edition of Kissed by an Angel to be better than the print version?
I WOULD LIKE MY MONEY BACK FOR I READ THIS BOOK MORE THAN 3 TIMES (PAPER COPY AND THIS IS NOT THE ENTIRE BOOK)
I loved the book and the narrator but the recording was terrible. When I have time I read the book along with the audiobook. This time I was reading the book and the audiobook was in another chapter then up back to previous chapter. For example I was reading the last 2 pages of chapter 10 and it skipped to the first 3 pages in Chapter 11. In the middle of page 3 of chapter 11 it jumped back to the last 2 pages of chapter10. Another thing that bugged me was in the middle of book it would say "This is the end of disc 1, 2,3......etc."
I wished I didn't waste my credit on this audiobook because of the poor recording quality. For book 2 I'm going to the library and getting the disc audiobook.