Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel

Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel

by Gay N. Lewis

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Overview

Sarah is given a new mission—to link Robert Johnson and Brittany Lee—two people she encountered while trying to bring a couple together on that irksome computer Internet dating service. Oh sure, she’d done it. Not without trial and a lot of error, but with this fresh assignment, trouble would come…she was positive.

If she hadn’t grumbled about the computer, perhaps the Lieutenant wouldn’t have ordered her to ride the Galveston Ferris wheel. She’d seen the huge rotation device built over the Gulf of Mexico, and the very thought of a ride on that monster made her nauseous.

What if she threw up on the humans?

Oh merciful heavens! Why did the Superiors give such tasks to bumbling angels anyway?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045647144
Publisher: Prism Book Group
Publication date: 07/30/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 255 KB

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Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
CH2 More than 1 year ago
Wonderful light reading. This book is written in a humorous way. Nevertheless, there's a touching scene that actually brought tears to my eyes. I've read several "Sarah" books - probably out of order, but each one can stand alone. Short and sweet!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a blast! Sarah, the blundering angel, is quickly becoming one of my favorite fictional characters. I laughed when Sarah tried to walk in high heels, and the observation that worry is often worse than the actual experience made me reflect. The Sarah books are delightful, enjoyable stories that explain spiritual truths in an approachable way.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel by Gay N. Lewis is a wonderful Christian story. Sarah is an angel who has been sent to help Robert and Brittany fall in love. Sarah has problems intermingling with humans and usually finds herself in trouble. Her superior has instructed her to ride on the Galveston Texas Ferris Wheel and she is terrified. She strongly believes that she is going to fall out while circling around and fall into the Gulf of Mexico; she doesn’t even know if she can swim. If she does survive, she is pretty sure she will throw up on Brittany and Robert. Sarah can take many different shapes and at one point even becomes a little old woman pretending to be a nurse. Brittany does not have any faith and is not sure that God is real. Robert is a strong believer. These opposing views can easily cause Sarah to fail her assignment. Sarah travels around with both of them, though they never see her or know she is there. Robert and Brittany face times of sickness and love and Sarah never stops working hard to show Brittany God’s love. Gay N. Lewis has written a story that made me look over my shoulder for my very own angel. Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel is the perfect Christian story of the angels in our life. I believe this is a book that all Christians of all ages would enjoy. While Sarah and The Scary Ferris Wheel is in the romance-Christian genre, I truly believe it is a book that non-Christians will find appealing. It is not a preachy book, but a really entertaining story. This is the first book in the Sarah series I have read, but it certainly will not be the last.
VPCaine More than 1 year ago
The little angel is matchmaking again, this time with a couple introduced to us in Ms Lewis’ novella Sarah and the Internet Dating Service. Brittany and Robert are perfect for each other, but religion isn’t for her. Robert believes differently because he senses God has brought them together. Through a series of circumstances, Brittany learns there is a power greater than herself. When Pastor Matt tells her, “evidence is all around us, but it takes faith to see”, she focuses her desires on the faith her friends and especially Robert share. After an encounter with Brittany, Robert calls Sarah a sweet messenger and she feels she’s finally done something right. Before the story’s end Sarah must ride the dreaded Ferris wheel at Pleasure Pier in Galveston. Hopefully she’ll survive to bring us another romantic tale.   Ms Lewis has us rooting for the impossible little angel and laughing at her mistakes and adventures. Sarah said the angels looked down at her and rolled on the golden pavement with laughter – they’re not the only ones. I’m looking forward to another adventure from Sarah.