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Angel Island (2nd Angels Series #4)

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Matthew Preston is looking for a reason to keep on living. His rsetirement was supposed to be spent with his wife and fourteen-year-old granddaughter Dana.
Now he is alone and wondering if he should return to practicing law. But everything changes when Matthew spots a girl with a striking resemblance to the granddaughter he desperately misses. Ashley Swanson may not be Dan...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published 2005 by Covenant Communications, Inc.
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Angel Island is a sweet book that is a great read for a lazy afternoon. The story of loss and of love is touching and serves as a great reminder to treat our loved ones with patience and tenderness. This book would be a great for middle school age kids and up. It definitely leaves you feeling happy.
Somewhere in the Angel series. All are delightful, simple, stories. A Grandfather looses his wife and granddaughter in a helicopter crash. However, he meets a young girl who looks just like his granddaughter. He gets a job that brings him into her life. Their lives are in danger but they have a wonderful guardian angel, his granddaughter, who is watching out for them.
It was a cute story, but a little cheesy for my taste, especially near the end. It was a little too unbelievable that it took the main character the whole story to put two and two together, and even then she had to be told....
The author lets you hear both what the characters are thinking and speaking, and what their guardian angel is thinking. a fun read. the beginning is more intense than the ending, however.
I just love the angel series! Fun, silly, real, fantasy. I just found this one more. I was so excited. I thought I had read them all. Angels are all around us!
Action-packed adventure, a guardian angel (twin sister to), and a very smart grandfather help Ashley Swanson learn who she really is.
If you want just a fun book to read, this would be a good one. The author had quite an imagination.
This was a pretty good book. I never really knew for sure what was going to happen next.
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