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Reviewed by Gracie Bradford for Readers' Favorite
Sarah and a Midnight Cruise to Catalina is written by Gay N. Lewis. This Christian based fiction book is a well-written story about two angels sent down to Earth on a voyage by way of a cruise to Catalina Island, focusing on the same target but with different expected outcomes. One angel (Sarah/Hope) is the real angel. The other angel is the evil minion, Talen. An angel named Gabriella and Mother Goodness also make an appearance. Sarah and the evil minion's charge is to find the right man for a virgin named Carolyn. When both transform from angels into human form, it's hard to tell the good angel from the evil angel. Both angels engage in many hilarious and devious shenanigans.
Sarah and a Midnight Cruise to Catalina by Gay N. Lewis is a captivating story about the role of an angel, using human behavior which keeps the reader laughing. The author uses southern slang when the heavenly angel transforms into a human disguise to depict humor and identify with the characters. It is hard to put the book down from anticipating what the two angels will do next to achieve their individual goals. The book is written as a self-help book with an impressive entertaining twist and motivational quotes from the Bible. Most people's image of an angel differs widely from Sarah. Sarah's character was being tested by her superior beings who had oversight over her moment by moment escapades. Sarah even experienced adverse symptoms from eating and taking certain kind of medicines. The storyline with the red shoes is alone worth reading the book - just hilarious.