Devine Intervention Giveaway
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There is a great legend of the guardian angel who traveled across time and space for the human girl he loved, slaying those who would threaten her with a gleaming sword made of heavenly light.
This is not that story.
Jerome Hancock is Heidi Devine's guardian angel. Sort of. He's more of an angel trainee, in heaven's soul-rehabilitation program for wayward teens. And he's just about to get kicked out for having too many absences and for violating too many of the Ten Commandments for the Dead.
Heidi, meanwhile, is a high school junior who dreams of being an artist, but has been drafted onto her basketball team because she's taller than many a grown man. For as long as she can remember, she's heard a voice in her head - one that sings Lynyrd Skynyrd, offers up bad advice, and yet is company during those hours she feels most alone.
When the unthinkable happens, these two lostsouls must figure out where they went wrong and whether they can make things right before Heidi's time is up and her soul is lost forever.
Martha Brockenbrough's debut novel is hilarious, heartbreaking, and hopeful, with a sense of humor that's wicked as hell, and writing that's just heavenly.
"FREQUENTLY HYSTERICAL ... DEVASTATINGLY HONEST WRITING THAT SURPRISES WITH ITS OCCASIONAL BEAUTY AND HITS HOME WITH THE KEENNESS OF ITS INSIGHT."
—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
One grand prize winner will receive a signed hardcover of Devine Intervention, a set of custom buttons, bookmarks, and a genuine, non-lethal arrow bracelet.
Two more winners will receive signed hardbacks with button sets and bookmarks.
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If I had a guardian angel, I hope he’d have a great sense of humor to make life's difficult situations less painful.
not fall in love with me. There is no way I need that kind of drama in my life. Plus, that doesn't seem to work out very often.
I'd want him/her to guide me whenever I need guidance, but to let me make my own mistakes when I need to learn. And to comfort me of course
If I had a guardian angel I'd like him to reveal himself for starters, be a solid rock when I need him to be but can joke around and make me laugh.