No Angel

No Angel

by Theresa Sneed


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No Angel by Theresa Sneed

An angel with an attitude

Jonathan Stewart is not at all happy about having to return to earth
as a guardian angel, but it's required of all post-mortal spirits to
fulfill at least one angel guardianship. Fortunately, on the Guardians
Unlimited application, he had the good sense to request a client
with early-marked-death status, so he believes that while his stay
on earth will be most unpleasant, at least it will be short.
What he doesn t know is that a spirit with EMD status can choose his or
her time of death! Jonathan's client, Celeste Knight, has a mind of
her own and refuses death at every turn, leaving him stuck as her
guardian angel in a place he only wanted to forget.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935217961
Publisher: Walnut Springs Press
Publication date: 08/28/2011
Pages: 281
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Growing up in the woodlands of Maine and spending most her time climbing trees and looking for snakes under rocks, author Theresa Sneed has a wealth of childhood experiences and a lively imagination from which she creates her magical stories. As a mother of six, a gradmother of four, and an elementary school teacher, she enjoys weaving stories of fantasy and adventure that bring about moments of wonder and reflections.

Theresa graduated cum laude with a BA in education and has written award-winning poetry and short stories. She is a former executive president of American Night Writers Association(ANWA), a national LDS women's writer group, and she is currently vice president of Salt River Scribes, a local chapter of ANWA. She enjoys reading and writing fantasy, romance, and suspense.

No Angel is Theresa's first published novel. To learn more about her and get a sneak peek at the prequel and sequel to No Angel, visit her author blog at Theresa loves hearing from her readers and may be contacted at

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No Angel 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
LKM8 More than 1 year ago
Theresa hooked me on the first page and didn't let go until the satisfying end. Her treatment of guardian angels and life before, during, and after mortality was creative and original. This is a book that belongs in everyone's home library. Well done.
CleanTeenFiction More than 1 year ago
Let me start by saying I don't like angel books. I know angels are real so it's hard for me to read a fictional take on angels. It really just doesn't interest me. That being said, the book was just okay for me. I liked the second half of the story though. The first half was really slow, and I had a hard time connecting with Jonathan. Halfway through the book the plot started to get interesting and more fast paced with some suspense. By that point I started to like Jonathan more, and it ended on a great note which is why I moved it up to 3 stars. Just because I don't like angel books doesn't mean you won't like this book. Try it out for yourself, and let me know what you think. Content Ratings: sexual: very mild language: none violence: mild
primarymary More than 1 year ago
No Angel by Theresa Sneed is a fun fast read. I had a hard time putting it down. Jonathan Stewart is assigned to be a guardian angel for a baby girl, marked for early death. He reluctantly accepts the assignment, thinking it will be short term. Jonathan is surly, arrogant and certainly reluctant to learn from the other guardian angels also assigned to the family. As time goes on and Jonathan's back story starts to be revealed, I started having warm fuzzy feelings towards him. A trip to the underworld, and being separated from the child he is guardian for, teaches him a lot about trusting in God, praying, love and duty. I liked the idea that we all have guardian angels assigned to us throughout our lives, to help and encourage us. I would recommend this book to everyone, LDS and Non LDS alike.