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A smooth talker with the ladies, Luther Evans has all the right moves and all the wrong motives. Swindling wealthy women and making shady business deals, he strings along his girlfriend with promises of commitment and a flashy diamond engagement ring, despite his playboy antics. Karma cashes in when he gets an outrageous wake up call from a messenger of death. Soon after,A smooth talker with the ladies, Luther Evans has all the right moves and all the wrong motives. Swindling wealthy women and making shady business deals, he strings along his girlfriend with promises of commitment and a flashy diamond engagement ring, despite his playboy antics. Karma cashes in when he gets an outrageous wake up call from a messenger of death. Soon after, he’s plagued by a bizarre string of deadly accidents he narrowly escapes until the final incident. His narcissistic ways must suddenly change—when he dies! Faced with the prospect of spiritual exile, our hero finds himself on an urgent mission to save his soul. Matched with his ethereal guide, Gabrielle, a disinclined archangel who is a bit of a prankster, Luther faces temptation and obstacles no mere mortal can overcome. On this perilous journey for his pursuit of salvation, she tries to teach him the value of humanity. Will Luther strike out and lose his soul on the road to redemption? Can Gabrielle save him from eternal damnation despite the forces that try to stop them?...

Title : As Angels Weep
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ISBN : 9780994041
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 168 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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As Angels Weep Reviews

  • Jonel Boyko
    2018-11-18 02:02

    The plot of this tale was definitely unique, making it stand out in the sea of paranormal stories that are out there. Willows develops her world and her cast in a quiet manner that allows you to understand them, even if you never agree with them. Fantastic descriptions meld with an engaging narrative to create a whole that both intriguing and satisfying. I love the way that she sparked both my imagination and my conscience throughout without preaching at her readers. Luther’s arrogant ways really came back to haunt him. I have to admit that I enjoyed seeing him get what was coming to him. I appreciated what he went through as the novel progressed while also cheering over the fact that karma was ever present. He was an engaging main character without being someone that I found an instant connection with. It was a unique feel. I also enjoyed how his character morphed throughout the novel based on his trials and circumstances.As a whole, this was a unique and captivating novel. I’d definitely recommend it to others looking for a paranormal type tale with a twist and a conscience.

  • Stephanie
    2018-12-01 05:18

    This was a different book for me to read but I loved it from the very first page to the end of it. This will be a new series to read from this amazing author. The storyline was amazing and the characters were amazing and how they were described I would recommend it to everyone. Thank you Kali!!

  • Chantale Canadian Book Addict
    2018-11-19 23:12

    I don't usually read books with angels in them because the few I have read I just didn't like but I absolutely love this one. This is one that I know I will be reading again because it was just so good. I was hooked from the beginning.Now I am on to adding all of Kali Willows books into my super long list of books I want to buy and read.

  • Elaine
    2018-11-16 02:03

    I finished As Angels Weep and omg Kali is so talented. I loved it. The emotions she wrote felt real. I don't usually tear up when I read but this one I did. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to read this amazing story. Keep up the wonderful writing. I look forward to reading more of your work

  • Karen Hrdlicka
    2018-12-04 06:18

    I am normally not a paranormal reader but I was intrigued by Ms. Willows' tale of penance and redemption. There is is a lot not to like about Luther in the beginning of the book. While he has quite the business and conniving brain, he's not the swiftest on the ethereal uptake. Give fair warning to change his ways by an angel, he continues on his self-destructive path until he is suddenly dead. Given the chance to redeem his soul and avoid spending eternity in purgatory, Luther sees the true interconnections of the people his life has touched. With help from an angel, Luther pursues his assignments, learning more about how his former life had been toxic to those around him. The storyline is tight and I love the way Luther is allowed to view his friends and family as both a bystander or as an ethereal being. I came to like Luther in the end, his character has a drastic change of heart. The plot gives the reader food for thought about how each of us treats those that pass through our lives. There author hits a full range of emotions: love, lust, revenge, humor, and grief. I like her writing style and the pacing of this book. This is the first book I have read by this author and I am anxious to read another.

  • Livia
    2018-12-11 04:12

    ARC received for a fair and honest review.I found this a predictable read. It was flat. The opening scene is the lead being given a message from an Archangel... when writing the Angels... a cloaked figure, tall dark wings? Not how I see Angels appearing before us but each to their own and the speech? I'd have expected a better warning than that to open up a book to get me interested.I just couldn't connect with the book sadly.

  • Teresa Valentic
    2018-11-30 03:14

    This book was entirely predictable. Light reading not much substance.

  • Anna Salamatin
    2018-11-16 01:31

    I read this in one sitting, it had me totally captivated.... it brought a mind something my grandmother said once. "always be careful how you treat people, you never know if you are dealing with an Angel "Redemption is the name of the game for Luther when he dies and the book of life is opened, it really seems like he's going to blow it with his smart ass attitude. He's given one week to complete certain tasks. The Arch Angel Giselle is assigned to guide him only. Luther still has free will.But can anything short of miraculous heavenly intervention get Luther to take this seriously enough to save his own soul?