BookBub has a bargain suggestion that is part of my 2016 collection. I really like stories about angels and God. Probably because God has always been close for me, especially in the difficult times of my life. There have been many of those and sometimes I forget about how just many. Until, as happened yesterday, I was reminiscing with a friend and remembered some tough things for the first time in years. Like decades ago when my youngest was a new-born and I found myself opening our home to a young woman suddenly grieving the murder suicide of her parents.
The discussion to arouse such memories was centered around a request for me to consider renting a room to a young woman needing support. She’s working her way through dealing with an abusive background. I’m thinking about it, prayerfully.
The main character in this story is facing some tough times herself.
She begged God to rescue her.
He said, “Go.”
So she headed out into the blizzard. In a car that wasn’t exactly hers, with a dog who wasn’t exactly a rat terrier, she drove. Until she ran out of gas in the small Maine town of Mattawooptock. Mattawoopwhat? What on earth is God thinking?
But it is there, in a weird little bathroom in a weird little church in a weird little town that Maggie Hansen finds herself. And as God would have it, she finds a lot more than that.
You will love this book because it will warm your heart. Read it today!
The same author has a FREE book and while it has angels it looks to to be lighthearted too. A fun read that I’ve not seen before and look forward to reading.
The Whistle Blower: A Wing and a Prayer Mystery (Wing and a Prayer Mysteries Book 1)
Bad guys beware: There’s a soccer mom on your trail.
With three kids, Sandra’s life is a whirlwind of activity. Yet, sometimes she’s a little bored.
When a referee drops dead during her son’s soccer game, and a short man claiming to be an angel asks her to help investigate—suddenly, life’s not such a routine.
The angel (is he really an angel?) tells her to go undercover as a soccer referee, which, of course, is ridiculous. She hasn’t run anywhere since high school.
But Sandra will find out she is still capable of far more than she thought—with a little help from above.
A short list again.
I’m in the middle of one series, almost finished a second and made a sudden decision to take on a third. I’m in need of another change. It’s still a bargain too.
What can I say.
So, this is the read of the moment.
The Kavanagh Brothers Series Books 1-3: Western Romance
…. on this Friday afternoon when the sky can’t decide whether to be cloudy or sunny. The lights keep fading out.