Book Review: Angel of The Willows by Angela Gascoignecategories: Book, Finding True Love, Humour, Some Adult Themes, Love, Heavenly Bodies, Friendship, Family Life, Relationships, Summertime, Women's Fiction
Angela Gascoigneabout this book: Angel of The Willows is my third e book to be published. While writing it I aimed to create memorable characters who the reader would empathise with and grow to love. I also hoped to move the reader into both laughter and tears in this story of love, loss, friendship and second chances. This book is aimed at female readers who enjoy a little escapism from the predictability of every day life.
Angels really do walk among us, as the larger-than-life residents of The Willows, a seemingly ordinary looking cul-de-sac on the huge, modern Elmwood Estate, are about to discover.
There's more to their new neighbour than meets the eye. The Willows is shrouded in secrets which will soon be unveiled. But does Rebekah aka Ruby have what it takes to complete her duties as helper to Julian, Guardian Angel of Hopeless Cases? If she does, then she could earn a second chance at love and life. But if not... the only way is down!
• Angel of the Willows - Warm and Fuzzy! KiwiG
Thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it wholeheartedly to anyone who enjoys warm, uplifting story lines with good, strong characters and a touch of sly humour thrown in for good measure.
• A beautiful, uplifting read Amazon Customer
I literally couldn't put it down, all of the characters in the book were well detailed, likeable and I couldn't wait to see how their lives panned out. I'm really looking forward to reading some more of Angela work.
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A real heartwarming readMy favourite book yet from this author. A story that will have you smiling, crying and totally attached to the characters. Everyone should try this for a real heartwarming read. [by Hayley Dale]
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