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Angels in the Light

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Abby Malone did not believe in miracles. And she certainly didn't believe in near-death experiences. Which was why she was unenthusiastic about having to do a story on the topic.

But then Brad Carmichael reentered Abby's life as one of her NDE subjects. Not the immature, selfish Brad who'd simply taken off when she'd needed him most, but a gentle, sensitive man who wanted h
Paperback, Harlequin Superromance #576, 299 pages
Published November 1st 1993 by Harlequin
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Oct 02, 2013 Jeanne rated it it was ok
This story was about near-death experiences, with some romance thrown in. Abby Malone, a freelance writer was given the assignment to cover this topic. The story took too long to tell with a lot of repeating. I had a hard time keeping focused. At least it had a happy ending, even though the last part of the story could have been leading us to the conclusion instead of skipping ahead to the end.
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Margot Dalton is a pseudonym used by Phyllis Strobell to write contemporary romance novels.

Dalton has been nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and for a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Fourth Horseman. Her novel Another Woman was developed into a made-for-tv movie in 1994, starring Justine Bateman.
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