Angela Sky isn't an angel without her wings. Sandy Beach is a minister questioning his faith. What chance does the world have to survive if these two have to join together and stop the Apocalypse?
I'm not sure what I thought I was going to get with Which Exit Angel. Even as I'm writing this review, I'm still a little confused as to what my feelings for this book are.I'm not an overly religious person, but I am religious. At times, I felt as if the book challenged what I was brought up to believe about angels,Heaven and Earth. It could be offensive to some people.Angela Sky is an angel but she doesn't have her wings. Having her wings would mean that she would have to stay in Heaven and NEVER be able to come to Earth and investigate angel murders, which is something she enjoys. Sandy Beach, yes, it's a lame name, is a minister who cares about people, but he's also watching the number of people attending his church decline on a weekly basis.Angela is sent to Earth to investigate the murders of a couple of angels. Her investigation is slow in regards to determining who would want to kill a couple of angels and why. Those she work for might possibly have answers that will help her solve her cases but refuse to tell her anything.The Book of Angel holds the key in determining what is happening and why. Unfortunately, Angela and Sandy haven't fully read the book and don't know how to prepare for what is about to happen. The help of an unlikely person holds the key to bringing a resolution to everything.While I'm not totally sold on Which Exit Angel it does have some redeeming qualities. This is a book about overcoming your fears, being courageous, and discovering love.
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Rating: 2Release Date: June 2, 2013Book Length: 72 pagesGenre: Contemporary Romance (novella)Source: Blog Tour HostReviewed by: KimReading Format: Available in eBook and Paperback
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