- File Size: 880 KB
- Print Length: 270 pages
- Publisher: Full Quiver Publishing (October 7, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 7, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009N0WP7E
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #2555 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Religious & Inspirational > Romance
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Angela's Song- Kindle
One of the most beautiful love stories I have ever read. I wish I had written this, except that then it would have been a Mormon novel instead of a Catholic one. It fully explains what God's intentions for human love are, and how to meet those intentions. It makes it clear that God's laws are for our happiness, not to make us miserable. I literally read it in one sitting, and couldn't put it down for anything until I finished it.
author of Scene of the Crime and other books of fiction and nonfiction
Jack feels Angela might be the one he's waited for all his life. After talking with her, he realizes she's lost herself in her former husband, children, and volunteer work. She needs to learn to love herself before she'll be ready for him, but he's forty-six years old, and his time's quickly running out.
There were few grammatical errors. I found four cases of the nominative pronouns used where the objective was needed--"between Jack and I," "of Jack and I," "Please give Jack and I," and "This book helped Chloe and I."
The first chapters were filled with routines, and I wondered if I'd made a mistake in choosing this book. That quickly changed. This is a very deep Christian novel. Unless a reader has deep faith, close relationship with God, and spiritual understanding, they probably won't get it. It is a Catholic novel, but I'm Protestant, and I didn't find that a problem. I just overlooked the liturgy, but the faith-based concepts were applicable to me. Angela and Jack's faith is so interwoven into the fabric of their lives, this book is heavy with it. I found it beautiful. Jack is almost too perfect. He tries to show Angela how much he cherishes her. Their chemistry is so strong, they have to stop the passionate kisses to keep from going too far before marriage. The main plot is about their developing relationship, and whether or not they can bridge their differences and make it work. I loved it.