Welcome to my stop on the Matched in Heaven Blog Tour! For two weeks, Matched in Heaven will be featured on at least one blog per day. Below and on each stop on the tour is more information on the book and at the bottom of each post will be the chance to enter the tour-wide giveaway!
Heaven may not be what you imagine.
Jake and Mimi are dead and riddled with guilt. They play matchmaker for their spouses on Earth with the help Marcel, a disgraced priest. A May/December romance blossoms for Samantha and Syd on Earth until fate steps in.
*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for sharing my fair and honest opinion*
This book sounded really intriguing to me from the moment I first read the synopsis, it instantly had my entranced. Luckily, that great “booktuition” I’ve been having lately has been paying off and I was right. Though this book didn’t go in quite the direction I expected(hey, isn’t that a good thing?) I found myself thoroughly enjoying it. I was really impressed with the author’s style of writing, it’s a little different than what I’ve been reading as of late but I found the characters to be, despite the odds, relatable and the dialogue pretty spot on. Overall, I am going to call this book a 4.5 of 5 stars for me. I know, I know, is it a four or a five? Well, to me it’s somewhere in between. The characters were great, though flawed – as any great character should be, and the story was fantastic. I’d recommend for anyone looking for something a little different. A book where the description itself doesn’t give away the beginning, middle and end so you have to look inside to find out what happens next.
I’m a North Jersey girl of multi-cultural origin (Spanish, Italian and more than a few drops of Incan blood). At an early age I set off on global adventures, living in Madrid, Hong Kong, London and Copenhagen before returning to the United States.
I have been a corporate debt collector for multinationals such a Microsoft and Honeywell. Being fluent in several languages came in handy when asking for money.
In my spare time have raised two sets of kids, bio and step that are all wonderful and grown up. Thankful and grateful to them no serious issues involving the law, gangs, debts, odd substances, or messy love affairs. So far…
A graduate of The London School of Economics, New York University and I studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute in London where I honed a deep theatre voice which only led to roles as an elderly woman even in my twenties.
Besides being a writer, film producer, and finance professional, I had some short-lived careers as an actor, theatre director, Boy Scout merit badge counselor and a jazz singer.
I split my time between Los Angeles and Boca Raton.
You can visit Angela’s website here, which also links to everywhere else you can find her on the web!