Sterling Lakes Series, Book 2: Angels of the Heart by Regina Andrews (Contemporary Inspirational Romance)

 
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Brenda Talley for (http://reviews.theromancestudio.info/2013/09/17/angels-of-the-heart-by-regina-andrews/)
Sep 18, 2013
Maryanne Lynch seemingly had it all. She was a TV host for station WMAS in her hometown. She was engaged to Elwood, an older man with quite a few attitudes which Maryanne tired of. The main one was that neither of them was seriously interested in setting a wedding date. She just continued to wear a "rock" big enough to snag her clothes, her work equipment, and attention. She was actively involved in her neighborhood and wanted children. Elwood had "made" his goals in life and had no intention of starting another family. One fateful day, Travis Colimore (TJ) was a guest on her talk show.

Travis was shocked to realize his former classmate wasn't comfortable with the renovation to the city area he was hired to manage. He had no idea he had met his match when it came to tearing down Townsend Barn. His schedule was full with his work here and his volunteer work with Angel Flight-a group of pilots who are on call to get seriously ill children to hospitals for various emergency procedures.

Regina Andrews has penned a book that's captivating and easy to follow. Because it is #2 in a series, I went back and read the first one prior to this. It had a great correlation. However, it could definitely be read as a stand-alone novel. The characters, both main and secondary, were solid and well-developed. It was easy to get lost in the telling of this story. Besides the main storyline, there were several surprises in the book. There were no dull moments.

This action-packed book was something I could recommend to anyone. The chemistry between the main characters was electric, but not overpowering. The inspirational part was perfectly injected into the plot.

I recommend this book to all readers. The ending was surprising. Great job, Ms. Andrews!

Sensuality rating: Sweet
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Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite (https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/18838)
Feb 13, 2014
Angels of the Heart by Regina Andrews is the second book of the Sterling Lakes Series. Maryanne Lynch is a television journalist engaged to Elwood. Travis Collimore is a developer who is planning to pull down the Townsend Barn, a prominent landmark of Sterling Lakes, and build a strip mall there. Maryanne is not too happy with that and, Travis being an old friend, she goes to Sterling Lakes to talk to him. The Townsend Barn holds a lot of memories for Maryanne and her childhood is tied with that place. She feels sad to know that the place will go and Sterling Lakes will not be the same anymore without that landmark. Will Maryanne be able to save the old barn or will Travis succeed in pulling it down for their ambitious project?

The story is woven around the two characters, Travis and Maryanne. Both of them are strong characters who believe in working towards the empowerment of their society. The twist in the story is when Maryanne, despite being engaged to Elwood, finds herself drawn to Travis. Their stories and their individual ambitions run parallel to each other and the author brings it all together beautifully in a perfect ending.

The growth of Travis and Maryanne as people, and their spiritual growth, makes the story inspiring to the readers. The subtlety and gentleness in the narration is effective when it comes to conveying the author's thoughts. A nice, spiritually uplifting romance. It kind of leaves you with a warm feeling after reading.
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