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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.
What listeners say about Sarah and the Internet Dating Service
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- Ellen Oceanside
Cute story and good characters. Have listened to several and have enjoyed with the good narration given audio for my voluntary review
The clutzy angel
This is a fun enjoyable story. It is wholesome so suitable for young adults as well. I really liked the characters. recommended
- Amazon Customer
Heaven Help the Performance
Where does Sarah and the Internet Dating Service rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Solid 3 stars
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Expected story line but cute.
How could the performance have been better?
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.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I could barely get through it due to the reader but the story was decent.
Any additional comments?
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.