About the book: Maggie’s job as a heavenly curator of unspoken thoughts is pretty straightforward—for the most part. When Eric, her beholden, shows interest in the new girl at work, Maggie can’t help ignoring the rules to understand the wonders of mortality and love. But meddling in mortal affairs has consequences that Maggie couldn’t have ever imagined.
My review: I was really surprised just how much I enjoyed reading this book! I immediately liked Maggie's character. I liked that she's working so hard to study and find out just what she needs to know when it's her turn to come to earth. I liked just how much she grows to care for and care what happens to Eric. It may be a bit too much, because she meddles in his life and ends up biting off more than she can chew.
I liked that you got to see Eric's point of view as well, through the whole story. I liked the way that Maggie was able to know what he was thinking as she was recording what his thoughts were.
The plot of this one was fun and different from a lot of books that are out there right now. The characters are likable and well written. This book sucked me into the plot from the beginning and I couldn't stop until I found out what had happened.
Don't miss this great book!
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the author: Author of “The Land of Look Behind.” Born and raised in Arizona, Aaron is proud to call the desert home. He came of age in the suburbs of Sacramento, California, and as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Jamaica, where he fell in love with the people and their culture, but he has always been drawn back to the Valley of the Sun. Aaron worked as a freelance sports reporter for The Arizona Republic for nearly 10 years, combining his love of writing and sports. When not working, writing, or serving at church, Aaron volunteers as a soccer and baseball coach for his children and enjoys chasing a small white ball around a golf course.