An Unexpected Angel

Retail: $8.99

120 pages

Genre: gift/holiday, inspirational

Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

Release Date: October 9, 2012

 

It’s winter, and if you’re looking for a good book to curl up with during those dark and gloomy nights, then ‘An Unexpected Angel’ by Janet K. Halling is just the perfect thing you need. The book is not only inspirational, but heartwarming as well. I could easily relate to the character, Ella, and I found that the story is easy to absorb. This book is literally a book that feeds your soul. You just feel good after reading it.

To tell you the truth, I was low on spirit and feels pretty much lonely when I started reading this book, but this book made me think, and it made me feel that during the times of desperate need, you’re never actually alone. You may not realize it, but all you need is just take a breather and look around you whenever your world crumbles beneath your feet. You’re never actually alone. It’s just that sometimes, you overlook it because you’re too overwhelmed with negativities.

‘An Unexpected Angel’ is hard to put down, and definitely a keeper. If you’re looking for some chocolates for your soul, then this book is just the thing for you. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I highly recommend this book to all those who would love to spend their time reading a very good book.

I received this book from the author herself as a part of her Blog Tour, and I was not compensated in any ways for writing the review for this book.

Book description:

Ella Davies, is focused, independent, and driven. Her hard work is finally paying off and she is on the brink of great success. But what no one knows is that her frantic drive is born not from a desire to succeed, but from a need to forget – forget her past, forget her guilt, and mostly, forget the tragedy that changed her life forever.

Ella’s strategy seems to be working but on Christmas Eve she meets Cohen, a strange man with an even stranger purpose. Cohen catapults Ella back through time and forces her to confront not only her own pain, but the pain of those long since passed. In the process, Ella learns about courage and compassion and that in the darkest hour, no one is ever alone.

About the author:

Janet K Halling discovered her love of writing at the age of six when her story of a lonely duck won a first grade writing contest. She has a degree in Marketing Communications and lives with her family in northern Utah. She is currently working on her next novel.

Wanna know more about her? She’s on Facebook. Check it out here:  Facebook.com/Janetkhalling

You may also watch the book trailer on YouTube. The book is available for purchase HERE.

 

 

 

 

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