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Anywho, this book was so so so so amazing... Well, amazing doesn't cover this book and right now I honestly can't think of a word to cover it other than astounding in all the best ways.
This book made me cry so much but also gave me such hope. I remember being this girl when I was a teenager. Yeah, our lives were different, but our cutting battles were the same.
I loved that she kept Mads and Chase in the loop and kept us updated on them, but I'm also in love with these new characters.
I liked Roxy, but sadly, I didn't LOVE her. I mean, I know it's new being "human" but... it's kinda like ... I'm not even sure how to explain her... hard? Hard, I suppose. like she knew she needed to do this, but she didn't really know and it just made her so mad. I don't know. maybe I'm just use to Zach, he took being human much better than Lexi. Lol
Once again in the battle to save ones soul, I was in awe over this story. How a story can be so different, even though you know the outcome, it still just melts your heart and keeps you on your toes, gasping in awe and fear when something happens.
I'm so thankful for these books because even though I had this problem as a teen, doesn't mean my demons have gone away. They are still here and they still talk, but this book shows me that no matter what, God is still here and He still loves me and He wants me to keep fighting and I'm not fighting alone.
I really would recommend this series to everyone.
―Reviews of a fearstreetzombie
Madison and Chase are back! Even though this story isn’t about them, what a treat to see where life has taken them and how their faith has grown. Their favorite angel, Zach, has also returned, but there’s a new mission this time and now there’s a new angel named Roxanne who must help out.
Lexi lives in an abusive home and in order to cope, she cuts herself. She knows this is wrong, but she would rather feel pain in the cutting than feel numb like her drunken mom. If she can just survive one more year, she will be of age and have the ability to move out. Little does she know that God loves her and has big plans for her life. She will soon meet Roxy, the new girl at school, and DJ, the boy she works with but has never spoken to. Roxy and DJ will become persistent befriending Lexi, their hearts and their prayers will change everything Lexi has ever known.
This story took lots of courage to write and even though some of the content is tough, the love in the story shines through, both with the humans and angels. The issues dealt with in this are abuse, suicide, an eating disorder, and drinking.
It was also interesting seeing how Roxy takes to her human form in protecting Lexi. She struggles more than Zach did as a human and she genuinely wants to develop a close friendship with her charge.
There’s a scene in the story where Lexi is in a coffee shop when Madison, Chase, Zach and Roxy enter the place. It’s really cute because Lexi can’t get over how happy these people are, how bright Madison’s smile is, and how much love is there in the moment. Lexi is annoyed by this and wonders if she will ever have a chance at being so happy while she is dealing with so much oppression. It’s interesting because she has no idea how much Madison has overcome to become this happy, that as a direct result of her relationship with God she has befriended angels and married a Godly man who adores her, but none of that came easy or without suffering. Lexi is on the same path and doesn’t realize this. I felt such hope for her.
I really enjoyed this story despite the harsh issues because the author does such a great job in her storytelling. I had a few questions about the plot when I began reading and the author answers each of these questions to my satisfaction. The dysfunctional issues in the story are written with respect, authenticity, hope, and there is deliverance illustrated as the title mentions. The biggest message I received from this story is that no matter WHAT each of us are dealing with, there is a heavenly Father that loves us and angels are real and are sent to watch over us. We are NOT alone!
Lexi kept pushing DJ and Roxy away because she was suffering and didn’t want to burden them with her problems, but they never stopped pursuing her and that is truly the heart of God. He never stops pursuing us no matter how many times we reject Him.
I’m grateful for and blessed by authors like Barnes who steps out of her comfort zone out of obedience to write about such issues that will touch lives and minister to those in need. I look forward to more of her Entertaining Angels series.
*I want to thank the author for the review copy provided, the thoughts expressed are my own*