Sarah and the Internet Dating Service

Sarah and the Internet Dating Service

by Gay N. Lewis

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Overview

For her next mission to earth, The Superiors assign Sarah a challenging assignment. She is to spur a romantic relationship between Karen Newton and Jeremy Spencer…through the Internet! The dyslexic angel has managed to unite couples previously, but computers perplex her. Since the couple knows each other through their work at a Houston oil company, why must she use those irksome gadgets to trigger a romance? After all, she is known in The Heavenlies as “Little Miss Goof Up.” But an order is an order…

When Karen faces danger, Sarah must send a believable email message to Jeremy. But how? She’s already created multiple fiascoes with her Internet attempts. Perhaps she should ignore orders and find other means to alert Jeremy. Poopty doopty—it would mean a reprimand on Cloud Five. Should she risk it?

Uh-oh. Do angels get headaches? It looks as though Sarah is headed for one.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045852388
Publisher: Prism Book Group
Publication date: 05/07/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 254 KB

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Sarah and the Internet Dating Service 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book! Reading about a sweet, blundering angel's attempts to use the internet kept me in stitches. I also appreciated Sarah's creative, but not always successful, human disguises. All in all, this book was delightful. It made me want to read more about Sarah and her heavenly assignments.
LisaLickel0 More than 1 year ago
Romance angel Sarah Wingspand is back in Texas, where “Little Miss Goof Up” is on assignment to get Karen and Jeremy together—through the Internet. Sarah, the loveable angel who is perpetually confused by human technology, not to mention directions, wonders how she’ll be able to carry out the directives from The Heavenlies this time. A computer? Sarah could barely recall her classes with Professor Tim, and although she does her best to try to watch and learn from her charge on earth, it’s rough going. But discovering that half the battle is won because Karen and Jeremy work for the same company is one big sigh of relief. If only she could get her hunger and her favorite red stilettos under control, the assignment would be the easiest ever. Karen and Jeremy work for the oil industry as geologists. Their conversations tend to go over Sarah’s head, but she enjoys listening in, and gently guiding them toward each other. From the time Karen logs into an Internet dating service at the urging of her friend Brittany, to meeting the “wrong” guy, to trying to work through Karen’s emotional baggage, Sarah relishes her assignment and the friendship the two human girls share. Sarah continues to reign in her unfortunate tendency toward sarcasm with rumblings from on high, and learning to trust the Father to handle even her goof-ups, which he can use for his own good purposes. Like her charge, Karen, Sarah learns to call for help when needed, from such characters as Mother Goodness, who’s only a call away, Professor Tim, and Tomas the Warrior Angel when Karen’s stubbornness gets her in trouble. A delightful series, Lewis’s Sarah Wingspand will remind you that faith is more than a state of mind; it’s an action, and pray is both powerful and comforting. For readers of sweet romance who like their reading in bite-size chunks, Sarah and the Internet Dating Service is an enjoyable story. The book stands alone, but will make you want to read them all.
VPCaine More than 1 year ago
Once again the adorable little angel, Sarah, has been sent to earth to help a couple connect. She is getting better at her attempts as her assignment to bring two co-workers, Karen and Jeremy together unfolds. The couple has tried to find a partner in life and with no luck have turned to internet dating. Sarah’s bumbling on the computer not only sends a humorous message to Jeremy but also delivers a very important call for help when Karen is injured on a job site. Much to this reader’s delight, Sarah bumbles along with her usual mistakes and reprimands from above, but manages to complete the task she’s been sent to do. With cravings for hamburgers and red stilettos before she leaves for her favorite cloud, Sarah’s given another task here on earth. Oh pooty-doopty. Thank you, Ms. Lewis, for a delightful evening read.