Chris has been a Guardian Angel for
nine years now. His salary is paid in wishes, though he has
yet to cash one in. In fact, he seems to have a file
cabinet drawer full of them but, he has never wanted to
spend one on ďcloud 9Ē and hasnít seen a need for another
use. No one ever anticipated that someone would compile
them and not use them. So when he accidentally activated
four of them at once, to help out Geena who is an ANT (Angel
in Training), no one anticipated the chain reaction that was
set into place.
Geena has managed to lose her mentor on
her first day and now she has managed to get her mouth
sealed by taking the Lordís name in vain. How to unseal it,
well you have to use a wish. Too bad she doesnít have one
but, Chris jumps to her rescue and tries to give her one.
This sets off the chain of events that reveals that Chris
has enough wishes to take over heaven if he wants. Too bad
that is not what he wants, so now what to do. Add to this
the fact that he is feeling lust, for the first time in nine
years, and for Geena who probably will only think he is a
creep. This is just turning out to so not be his day, and
it had started out so well with him saving a soul.
One Angelís Wish is one
super funny romantic comedy, with some serious desire and
fantasy sex thrown in. Between Ms. Stoneís humorous use of
acronyms and how the main female character winds up sealing
her mouth shut, and continually having God answer her I was
constantly laughing. I had fun with not only the concept of
the Guardian Angelís getting wishes for good deeds, but what
could happen when someone doesnít turn them in. I
thoroughly enjoyed the light-hearted nature of One
Angelís Wish and think you will also.