Kemp McAvoy is certainly no angel. But pretending to be one just might make him rich. At least that is the idea. This is a story told by Leah, a girl who sees angels- real ones. For some reason, no one wants to believe her. But, throughout the story, those around her will learn about angels-real and make believe and learn some important lessons about faith and love and what really matters.
I enjoyed this book by Tim Downs. I'm not sure I've read any of his books before, but I looked up other books by him and have added some to my TBR list. The characters in the book were believable and enjoyable. The plot was interesting enough to keep me looking for what was happening next. A little suspense, a little bad guys versus good guys, a little love and romance all add up to an enjoyable read.
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