Contract with an Angel: A Moving Tale of Redemption in the Tradition of It's a Wonderful Life
Millionaire media mogul Raymond Neenan can't believe his ears--or his eyes. the seat next to him, empty for the whole flight, now barely contains a huge man who looks a lot like Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan.
In fact, the "man" is the Archangel Michael ("Not Mike, not Mikey, but Michael. you got a problem with that?), and he's looking to make a deal for Neenan's immortal soul.
Neenan isn't interested in his soul or anyone else's unless there is money in it, but a little well-timed turbulence that sends the plane hurtling earthward caused him to reconsider. If he doesn't believe in it, what could it hurt to sign?
But for a man like Neenan,making amends is no easy task. Though he never knew it, he's damaged a lot of lives, including his own. He's hated or feared by his parents, his ex-wife, his children, and practically everyone he's ever met.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - VirginiaGill - LibraryThing
It is hard to express just how much I love this book and its tale of redemption. Watching the main character fall in love with God just makes my heart sing. The ripples it creates through the book's ... Read full review
CONTRACT WITH AN ANGELUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Greeley (Summer at the Lake, 1997, etc. etc.) returns with more High Blarney, this time with an inversion on the Faust legend in which an atheist sells his soul to an angel. While flying into Chicago ... Read full review