Book Reviews of An Angel's Touch

An Angel's Touch
An Angel's Touch
Author: Heather Graham Pozzessere
ISBN-13: 9780821754429
ISBN-10: 0821754424
Publication Date: 12/1/1996
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I keep trying to get into her books, I just can't manage it. I can tell she's a good writer, I just don't click with her books.
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This book make you want to laugh, cry and even celebrate.....Tragic car accident changes their lives...can they make it as angels?
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Wonderful Book!!
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Killed in a accident on Christmas Eve, Don and Cathy Angel are given a chance to become angels if they can perform six miracles by midnight.

This book was surprising good. Cathy and Don work together to perform the miracles because they do not want to be apart in the after-life. Even though you know they are going to be able to finish their tasks, it's surprising how they actually go about doing it. This story is sentimental and very much a tearjerker for me. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
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Accidentally killed on Christmas Eve, Cathy and Don Angel are given a chance to achieve angelhood by performing three miracles each before Christmas Day. Their success is predictable, although the end result may be a surprise. Pozzessere (Slow Burn, Mira, 1994) gives a unique portrayal of the heavenly realm featuring a yuppie angel Gabriel. The realistic, punchy dialog is a plus for this short contemporary, with occasional flashes of humor, healthy doses of sentimentality, and tidy solutions to a series of standard holiday crises (e.g., a homeless woman, a family of unwanted children, a drunken father, a suicidal, blind teacher). Despite this slim hardcover's price, fans will most likely request it. Pozzessere also writes historicals as Heather Graham and Shannon Drake.
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LET ME DRY MY EYES. THIS STORY TOUCHED ME TO MY SOUL. IT IS ABOUT COURAGE, HOPE AND MIRACLES THAT CAN HAPPEN. THAT TEST OUR FAITH IN A LOT OF WAYS, AND I CRIED.