"It's true what they say, you know: If you talk to God, you're religious; but if you hear from God, you're schizophrenic."
When a car accident leaves a famous movie star in a coma, nurse Kemp McAvoy thinks he has found his ticket to the life he's always wanted. As a med school dropout who was on his way to becoming an anesthesiologist, Kemp has the knowledge to carry off the crazy plan he concocts: adjust the star's medication each night and pretend to be a heavenly visitor giving her messages. He recruits her agent and a down-and-out publisher to make sure the messages will become the next spiritual bestseller and make them all rich.
But his girlfriend's daughter, Leah, keeps telling people that she is seeing angels, and her mother and her teachers are all afraid that something is wrong.
Before it's all over, they'll all learn a few things about angels, love, and hope.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Near the end, I could not put it down because I just had to see how it all played out. Kemp McAvoy is a nurse who should have been an anesthesiologist but his character keeps him from achieving his dream. You will find out his character doesn't change much and trust me ...this man will frustrate you to no end! Leah is a precious little girl who sees angels and her mom doesn't quite know what to do with her or her so called visions! This book is a good, clean, and interesting read.
I received this complimentary issue from the Thomas Nelson Booksneeze blogger program in return for an honest review. Thank you Thomas Nelson!