Title: Midnight Angel
Publisher: NineStar Press
Publication Date: December 10, 2018
Length: 48 pages
Reviewed by Truus
Dinner is overcooked. The guests haven’t arrived. And Luke is sitting alone at his dining table on New Year’s Eve. He was hoping to romance Nathan, one of the people he invited for this intimate evening meal.
As midnight draws closer, it seems an angel, who has magically appeared in Luke’s apartment, is the only person to drink champagne and watch the fireworks with.
But this angel has other ideas. He’s about to grant Luke the New Year’s Eve party he thought he wanted.
This-was-awesome such a tiny little gem. It made me so emotional.
Luke has a crush on Nathan and by inviting him on New Year’s Eve he hopes to take it to a higher level.
Nathan’s best friend Lucy and Luke’s friend Tim, who has an annoying crush for Luke, are also invited.
There he is... alone... because no one showed up, until... an angel is joining him... to make his wishes come true.
What follows is some emotional and amazing insights of how reality looks like. How the lines of love, desire, loss, hopes and fear can be blurred.
After a thorough reality check something beautiful sprouts and grows into something real. Something he didn’t realize but really yearns for.
Wonderfully written story with a, for me, deep intuitive spirit.
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