~Beautiful, talented, and stubborn, architect Laney Taylor battles her attraction to the handsome and wealthy—but mulish—homebuilder, Cannon Carlson. After all, he is her employer, and business and pleasure don’t mix, do they?
Sarah, a klutzy, perpetually direction-challenged angel who craves cheeseburgers and fancies red stilettos, is sent to Houston on assignment. She’s to bring these obstinate people together, but she faces major challenges, especially since Laney is threatened by a mysterious stalker who plans to kill her.
To protect Laney, the Commander of Heaven dispatches a second, more seasoned warrior angel, Tomas, to Earth with divine instructions to protect Laney. But will hit-or-miss Sarah get in his way? Can Sarah unite Cannon and Laney romantically together?
Oh merciful heavens! What will Sarah do this time?
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~Why was she always hungry? Finding a place to fortify strength would be necessary before locating Laney. Once the assignment started, it might be hours before a chance to satisfy her appetite presented itself.
She glanced at the signage on the building. How fortunate—an eatery. Pop’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers. While invisible, she ducked behind the structure and glanced around to make sure no one would see her. Witnessing a woman materialize out of nowhere proved quite distressing for humans.
Now then—when people looked, they would see a young lady dressed in jeans and t-shirt. On the last trip to earth, she had discovered the hard way that stilettos weren’t her thing, so this time she opted for a pair of sneakers.
The day was hot. She had the ability to cool herself with her internal thermometer but decided to check inside first to see if any adjustment was necessary.
She strolled up to Pop’s lunch counter. A man with a white beard and baseball cap stood ready with a pencil in his hand. “What would you like to order, miss?”
“I’ll have a cheeseburger, fries, and chocolate malt.”
He handed her a number for her order. She summoned money from the handbag, paid the man, and chose a table. After a few minutes, he delivered the burger basket. “Would you like anything else?”
Sarah looked up at the kind man and smiled. “I could use some directions. I don’t know my way around Houston.”
The man smiled. “Me either. I don’t think I can be of much help to you.”
Sarah lifted her eyebrows. Had she found someone as directionally hopeless as herself? “How long have you lived here?”
“All my life, but I stay close to Dallas. Don’t get to Houston very often.”
Sarah frowned. “Aren’t I in Houston?”
“No, ma’am, you’re in Dallas.”
“Oh, merciful heavens!”