The Guardian Angel Series is close to my heart. The setting for the books are the beaches of Southern California where I live. I must admit that for years I’ve watched the lifeguards and thought to myself that the way they run across the sand without even breaking a sweat makes them appear almost supernatural. With that idea in mind, the series was born. I think of it as a heavenly mixture of “Baywatch” and “Touched by an Angel.”
Malibu Angel (book one)
All Sam wants is to serve out his time as a guardian angel so that he can return as a human. But his sentence becomes more complicated when he finds himself falling in love with Angeline, his current assignment.
The rules of angels specify that he may not interfere with the course of her life, which naturally includes her dating choices. When Angeline begins surf lessons at the same beach where Sam is assigned to work as a lifeguard, a connection forms between them and the rules of angels collide with the laws of attraction.
Sam finds it even harder to keep his distance when he discovers Angeline’s surf instructor hides a dangerous secret. With Angeline’s life in jeopardy, the lines between his role as a lifeguard and that of guardian angel become blurred.
Sam’s choices will redefine his role as a guardian angel to Angeline and force him to contemplate what will become of their love if he is sent away. Whether they find their way back to each other is a question written in the heavens.
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