I am thrilled to announce that my latest novel, The Guardian Angel is out today!
I loved this book so much, but what makes it even more special to me is the fact that Natalie and I survived a life threatening car crash in the middle of writing it. I was writing a book about angels saving women from car crashes, and right in the middle of all of that, Natalie and I miraculously walked away from a car crash that should have killed us…but didn’t. Divine providence? Do we have a guardian angel ourselves? I’ll never be sure, but it was really heartening to know we’ve both gotten another chance at life. 🙂
My main character, Erin, should be dead, too–but a beautiful angel saves her from being hit by a car. Erin’s life is in danger, and only Gabrielle can keep her safe…but love between a human and an angel is forbidden. But Erin can’t help falling in love with the angel who saved her life…
I hope you love The Guardian Angel! 🙂
Erin McEvoy tries to be an optimist, but her life is in a downward spiral. Her job as a reporter at a small Boston news station and her love life are going nowhere, but the thing that worries her most is the fact that Erin has started seeing things. Specifically, a tall, winged shadow following her wherever she goes. Afraid that she might be losing her mind, Erin ignores the shadow—until she’s nearly hit by a car.
It’s then that she realizes it’s not simply a shadow but her guardian angel, a beautiful female angel named Gabrielle, with turquoise eyes and a teasing smile that makes Erin’s heart race. Gabrielle reveals herself to Erin in order to protect her from an unknown, impending danger, and since it might happen at any moment, Gabrielle never leaves Erin’s side. As the two women become closer, love begins to grow…
But relationships between angels and humans are forbidden. Will Gabrielle risk falling from grace in order to experience the depths of her feelings for Erin? Or will an unseen celestial force drive the two women apart?
The Guardian Angel is a lighthearted, heartwarming romance about trust, fate, and new beginnings. It is approximately 58,000 words.