A wonderful and sweet story that held my interest, great characters, and an intriguing mystery. However, there are many errors on every page. Missing words, missing punctuation, wrong punctuation, missing quote marks, periods after questions, wrong words, and many typos. Examples – car’s (for plural cars), sort after instead of sought after, what instead of what’s, lightening instead of lightning, right off instead of write-off, its instead of it’s, to instead of too, heals instead of heels (boots with heals), weird writing – “he was to too nice” – just way to many errors on every single page. So be warned there are many errors and it desperately needs editing, but the story itself is wonderful and I enjoyed it. If this was well edited, it would be outstanding.
Interesting theme for a series. Martha Holly, although not a great person when alive, is finding now that she is dead, her journey has just begun. She is tasked with the job of making things right. This second book has Martha trying to prevent murders. The author uses some humor to add to the mysterious story.
enjoyed the first one, and now the second! they are so cute, I got some great laughs, especially this 2d one where martha is so short and stumpy, and when she transports, the places she gets caught in! LOVE IT, cant wait for the next one to see martha's next adventure!!! hurry.
While Martha wasn't a believable character, she was funny. The mystery was well written, the plot easy to follow, and the supporting characters believable. I would highly recommend this book as a quick easy read.
Very enjoyable, engrossing and surprising with lots of twists. Characters likeable and well defined. I love the English manners and the way they phrase things. The conclusion was satisfying but very abrupt. I felt it could have maybe explained the makeup of the "boss" or something. That is why I am giving this story only four stars. I really enjoyed it otherwise.
Brilliant! A great tongue in cheek romp with our drinking, swearing, klutzy, rookie angel. Having fulfilled her first assignment, she is sent back for another one. Take attempted murder, greed, arson and an angel that has all too human tendencies, sprinkle liberally with humour and you have a must have read. Think of Debbie Macomber's three angels on steroids with more laughs. A fabulous read.
Loved both this book and the First Task. Enjoyed the humor especially as Martha earns her wings. Bought the paperbacks and sent them to my sister knowing she will love Martha too. After reading them, my sister will take them to a local nursing home with a lending library. Looking forward to the Third Task.