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Gabby, Angel of God: Guardian and Messenger: Keeper of Love, Peace, Joy, Charity, Compassion, Honesty, Kindness, Hope and Faith Paperback – March 1, 2014
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Some Loves are Forever....
When a young widower who feels he has lost everything meets an angel he finds out that his life is just beginning. Gabby is an angel of God who shows him that life is always full of surprises, adventures and a lot more meaning than we can easily fathom. She shows Bo how to help others, be open to love again and find the hidden strength that lies within all of us. It is a story with heart and hope that will take you on an adventure of faith with one amazing angel.
"You'll love Gabby!"
About the Author
Greg is originally from Maine. He lived and worked in Portland for years before moving to Southwest Florida. His first book, All In: The Race for the Presidency, is a Presidential Thriller, or some might say White House Thriller. Think the Crime and Passion of the Godfather meets the Romance and Innocence of Camelot. The story is packed with action and adventure. One reviewer writes: "Jack Canon's American Destiny is very intense. Early in the Book I knew I had to put my seat belt on, I was sure this was going to be one hell of a ride, and boy it was. One thing I especially appreciated in this author's Book is just how he was able to bring the story across with so many twists and turns that all came together masterfully." The sequel to All In is titled: Love, Lust and Loyalty, Women of the White House. It's a story of Kindness, Passion and Courage. It has all of the components of the first book, but leans toward a Presidential Romance Thriller. The sequel is just as action packed, but with more spice, some reviewers say it's sensual. To quote one reviewer - "Unsurpassable, this story is darn good, a real work of art. Women of the House by Greg Sandora has been written with a vibrating "passion" if that terminology didn't exist before - it does now....I found that Jack was the kind of guy I liked immediately while Sandy was just perfect - I chose to review it because of the mystery behind it." Greg's Angel Adventure Series includes Gabby, Angel of God and The Protector, Kingdom of Heaven. Both are Supernatural Romance Thrillers involving an angel, Gabby, and a man named Bo. During a visit to Bar Harbor, Maine Bo encounters a beautiful angel named Gabby; quite accidentally, he is told - she wasn't supposed to make him aware of her existence. His purity of spirit, kindness and capacity for love has revealed her to him. He falls hopelessly in love with the beautiful creature, as humans cannot resist angels. Both books fit nicely in the Supernatural, Romantic Thriller, and Paranormal and Time Travel genres. All Greg's books have adventures and thrills, are fast paced and have hilarious moments.
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Gabby, Angel of God is a spiritual book and Mr. Sandora uses his appealing characters to teach about Jesus Christ and the value of being a Christian. Gabby is unsparingly determined in her mission to right wrongs whether that means annihilating an evil demon that walks the earth, and or making Bo aware of his personality flaws. When Bo expresses too much excited pride in a newfound ability to heal someone, Gabby calls him out that "It sounds like ego talking." When Bo treats a woman who likes him with a slightly callous attitude, Gabby chides him and make him see why he needs to make amends. Gabby, Angel of God is an engaging story that can be enjoyed regardless of your religion.
It got worse. Gabby kicked butt, cursed like a sailor (but not as well), and caused a semi to crash and burn to save the mans soul.
How is murdering someone going to save their soul?
I read less than two chapters.
Don't read it. It is a disappointment.