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Review - 5 Stars - The Angel Set - Summer Spirit Novellas 1 - 3 by Samantha Jacobey @SamJacobey

Book: The Angel Set - Summer Spirit Novellas 1 - 3 (Summer Spirit Novellas #1-3)
Author: Samantha Jacobey
Publication Date: 8/21/2015
Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts
My Rating: 5 Stars


*May contain spoilers *

I have read only two books in this set and I am posting a review for those books.

Review - Summer Angel (Summer Spirit Novellas #1)

One of my favorite authors of Dark and Twisted books has now stepped into the paranormal genre.
Let me say this was a fantastic short book about Light and Dark Guardian Angels.

Charlie is turning 18 and his parents want to take one vacation together before they lose their son. While at the airport, Charlie runs into Clarisse. Well things go weird from that point.
Charlie is thrust into the realm where guardian angels, Fate, and Destiny rule things.

In the end Charlie must chose his fate. What does he choose?

This was a good short story and I myself love anything to do with angels and paranormal.
Way to go Samantha Jacobey you have managed to step into the world of paranormal with ease. Cannot wait to see what you give us next.

Review - Dark Angel (A Summer Spirit Novellas, #2)

This is the next part of Charlie and Clarisse’s story. Although now that Clarisse gave up her Angel status she has taken over the life of a female named Donna. However, the Keeper and Darkness refuse to allow this to be. They are demanding that Clarisse return to their world. In order to do this though there are many things that must take place. Clarisse of course will need to die again, she will need to leave the person she loves very much.
Will Charlie let her go? Or will he fight the Keeper and Fates?
Will Clarisse except what she learns about Charlie?

I would highly suggest you read book 1 in this series. We have Angels light and dark, Keepers, Fates and Destiny. A very well written book that has suspense, heartbreak and leaves you hanging.

I was gifted a copy of this book for my honest review.


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