Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date" by Caroline A. Shearer
is the first in a new series about a woman's crusade to teach the
world about love, one mystery and personal hang-up at a time.

In a Stephanie Plum meets New Age-style, ...
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Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date

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Overview

"Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date" by Caroline A. Shearer
is the first in a new series about a woman's crusade to teach the
world about love, one mystery and personal hang-up at a time.

In a Stephanie Plum meets New Age-style, "Dead End Date" introduces
readers to Faith, a young woman whose dating disasters and personal
angst have separated her from the reason she's on Earth. When she
receives the shocking news that she is a lightworker and has one year to
fulfill her life purpose, Faith embarks on her mission with zeal,
tackling problems big and small - including the death of her blind date.
Working with angels and psychic abilities and even the murder victim
himself, Faith dives headfirst into a personal journey that will
transform all those around her and, eventually, all those around the
world.

A fun, fast-paced metaphysical mystery!
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Editorial Reviews

Never a Dull Moment Radio - Jennifer Hicks
"A metaphysical Bridget Jones!"
MIdwest Book Review - Midwest Book Review
"A fun read and solidly recommended!"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013157323
  • Publisher: Absolute Love Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/9/2009
  • Series: Adventures of a Lightworker , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 244
  • Sales rank: 774,200
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Caroline A. Shearer is the creator of Absolute Love Publishing, which was born out of a mission to create and publish projects promoting goodness in the world. Known as a fresh, distinctive, spiritual voice, Caroline's visionary leadership is uplifting, gently blending love and inspiration. She is regularly featured as a luminary in print, broadcast, and online media, offering guidance and sharing positive stories of her personal spiritual journey toward a more abundant, joyful, and light-filled life. Intuitively guided, Caroline has a remarkable ability to unite others along a path of progressing and celebrating the experience of humanity.

A bestselling author, Caroline's popular books include, "Dead End Date," the first book in the Adventures of a Lightworker metaphysical mystery series; "Love Like God: Embracing Unconditional Love;" "Love Like God Companion Book;" "Raise Your Financial Vibration: Tips and Tools to Embrace Your Infinite Spiritual Abundance," a min-e-book™; "Raise Your Verbal Vibration: Create the Life You Want with Law of Attraction Language," a min-e-book™; "Raise Your Vibration: Tips and Tools for a High-Frequency Life," a min-e-book™; "Where is the Gift: Discovering the Blessing in Every Situation," a min-e-book™; and "Women Will Save the World." In addition to her own projects, she founded Spirited Press, an assisted self-publishing imprint that operates under the umbrella of Absolute Love Publishing. Spirited Press supports authors in sharing their own messages with the world.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2014

    If you somehow missed this book- read it now! It's a clever peek

    If you somehow missed this book- read it now! It's a clever peek into the life of an intuitive young woman who just found out she has a year to meet her extraordinary "spiritual do-good" deadlines as a Lightworker while tackling life's ordinary ups and downs such as dating, work and past decisions. This book will surprise you with laugh out loud moments and metaphysical musings, not to mention unraveling a murder mystery too! By the end of the book, you will not only want more, but wish the main character, Faith, was someone you really were friends with. Destined to be an amazing series!! 

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  • Posted June 23, 2013

    "Dead End Date" is a joyful mix of Sophie Kinsella's &

    "Dead End Date" is a joyful mix of Sophie Kinsella's "Shopaholic," mixed with a dash of "I Love Lucy," if Lucy & Ethel solved mysteries. The narrator, Faith, tells the story as though writing a letter to a friend; the tone is warm even as Faith grapples with issues of learning to live in the moment, listening to her heart, and fulfilling her life's purpose to help others in difficult situations. In the case of this book, that difficult situation is the murder of a would-be blind date. The city of Austin is as much a character to the story as the setting, and provides the sunny backdrop for solving the dark crime. The heart of the book, though, revolves around our own struggles to manage and care for all of the relationships in our lives: with our friends, our lovers, and ourselves. Ideal book for a fun beach read!

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  • Posted August 1, 2012

    Could not put it down!

    This is such a cute book! A little bit like Law and Order meets the Ghost Whisperer. I had a VERY hard time putting it down. I read the entire thing in about two days. Despite the fact that it is about a murder, I often found myself giggling out loud while reading as it is sprinkled with humor, particularly regarding the pitfalls of dating. While still maintaining the form of a novel, the author manages to sneak in tips on totally applicable practices such as space-clearing, which do not detract from the fun narrative whatsoever. WARNING: The ending will leave you hanging! I can’t wait for the sequel!

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  • Posted January 23, 2012

    What Suspense!

    Adventures of A Lightworker: Dead End Date was such a wonderful and easy read. The main characters were well developed and had great senses of humor. The plot grew thicker and thicker, bubbling right up until the last few chapters of the book. The suspense was almost unbearable yet so very exciting! Each chapter was unique, added to the story-line and the conclusion was just magnificent. The underlying story of finding a deep self-love was motivational and inspiring and did not take away from the main plot at all. I would suggest this book to anyone who likes a good mystery!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    Great metaphysical mystery- fun read!

    I enjoyed this book very much. The characters were very real, I felt like this story was about my friends :) It was such a fun mystery to get into. I can't wait for the rest of the series to come out, I am looking forward to see what Faith and Bridget get into next!

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