The Guardian Angel
What happens when a man falls in love with his guardian angel?
Richard Sullivan is plagued by white feathers turning up at the oddest moments. Amy, his best friend, suggests his guardian angel is trying to contact him, but he dismisses the idea out of hand as nonsense.
Until, that is, he meets Sky. Six feet of muscle in a man skirt with white feather wings.
What exactly is a guardian angel? And what happens when your guardian angel takes leave and sends in a temp to cover? Do you wait for a perfect boyfriend on the off chance you may be able to touch him, to be with him, or do you grab happiness with another human? And, why the hell has Richard’s life suddenly become so complicated?
What other readers thought of The Guardian Angel
Richard’s story is all ups and downs. Nothing comes easy to him. Jobs, love, his family, friends. Things fall apart royally for him...This is a lovely story, fairly long, but very interesting for those who wonder what it would be like to meet your guardian angel. (Diverse, Good Reads review)
What a great read...it is such a good novel concept and story that it should appeal to anyone with romance in their soul! (Nick, Good Reads review)
A sweet story from Liam, dealing with a range of emotions and scenarios which kept me turning the page. (George Loveland, Good Reads review)
“Guardian Angel” has a sense of great, meandering intimacy about it. It is ultimately a romance, but by a route that is more about its protagonist’s psychological journey than about the romance itself...[it is] a surprising novel, its magical aspect carefully balanced by the blunt realism of most of the actual story. Like all of Liam Livings’ novels so far, it seems to tap into a very deep yearning on the part of young people today for a life that is meaningful and emotionally fulfilling. The difficulty in achieving such a life is, I suspect, at the core of Livings’ success as a storyteller. (Ulysses, Prism Book Alliance review)
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