by Karri Thompson
Ashley’s back – and this time, she’s no amateur. She has a new assignment, someone who’s thoughtful, loveable, and caring – someone unlike her last assignment—Cannon Michaels, rock-and-roll bad boy, her celebrity crush, and the boy she loves. But will her next stint on earth will be any easier than the last? Can she forget Cannon and continue her role as a responsible guardian angel?
Someone has followed Ashley back to earth, and this person reminds her of who she used to be – an untrained angel full of sorrow and regret – but this someone is rash and unpredictable, lacking the patience and training needed to watch and wait and keep his assignment from harm. What will Ashley do when she meets this unexpected angel? Can she suppress her human emotions while teaching him how to love and protect his assignment? If he doesn’t cut it as an angel, will he be replaced by another, tearing Ashley away from her true love? Find out when Ashley falls back to earth and lands in a city full of surprises – Hollywood, California.
My Review: December 2013 ~ Review Copies ~
Hollywood Angels by Karri Thompson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
First, I would like to thank the author Karri Thompson for giving me this book for an honest review. I liked the story, the characters are well developed. Ashley has come a long way from the first book, she has matured quite a bit and is now teaching how to be a guardian angel. While watching out for her own charge.
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Karri Thompson grew up in San Diego County and attended San Diego State University, earning a bachelor's degree in English, a master's degree in education, and her teaching credential. She is a high-school English teacher in the East County of San Diego where she lives with her husband, son, and two dogs. Earning a Ph.D. in English and teaching at the college level are on her bucket list.
Being a lover of Victorian literature, her favorite author is Charles Dickens although she hasn't quite finished reading all of his novels.
In her free time, she likes to jog, ski, and travel. She leads a very busy life, but when she's not teaching, grading papers, or attending her son's football games, she finds time to write books, her greatest passion.
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