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No Angel by Theresa Sneed
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Dec 08, 11

No Angel by Teresa Sneed is the story of Jonathan Stewart, a reluctant guardian angel. He’s not anxious to return to earth, but it’s a requirement, which he would have known if he’d read the manual, so he chooses a mortal whose stay will be brief. He’s assigned to Celeste Knight, a determined and valiant young girl who is in no hurry to leave her earthly state.

I must admit, I usually picture angels as . . . well, angelic, but Jonathan’s got some very human quirks of his own - - some lovable, some not so lovable. I liked the concept that angels still have to learn and grow, too, and that they have manuals that, just like the rest of us, they don’t like to read. On earth, Jonathan finds himself embroiled in the fight of good vs. evil at every turn. In the process he learns a great deal about himself. If angels had wings, he's certainly earned his (did I hear a bell ringing?)There is humor in this creative and suspenseful story, and the ending is more than satisfying.

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