Angel by the Bed by Pam Farley

Angel by the Bed by Pam Farley
Publisher: Wordwooze Publishing
Genre: Historical, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short Story (87 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

There is a saying that all true love ends with tragedy, but it was not that way for Dan and Gabby.
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Gabby and Dan’s short-lived affair cannot be forgotten, not even after Dan’s
death in the trenches at Gallipoli.

He chooses to become Gabby’s guardian angel to be close to her. After more than ten years, the Fates who rule Heaven have other plans for him. They assign him a task to befriend Gabby’s husband, Doctor Tom Harrington, and encourage his work on a new vaccine.

Dan is thrown into a chaotic life which tests more than his soul. His battle-damaged body is one hurdle that Tom helps him to overcome, but no one, not in Heaven or on earth, can stop him from loving Gabby.

A moving love story where the man goes off to war leaving his beloved to wait for him – but he doesn’t come back. It’s interesting that the story is told by the ghost of Dan. He acts as a guardian angel to Gabby, the woman he loved in life. He’s quite happy with this and watches Gabby marry and have children. Then his role is changed as he is asked to keep the husband Tom on track to research and develop a vaccine for whooping cough. To do this Dan must return to life in the body he had when he died. The torn apart, badly damaged body of a man who died in the war.

This is an unusual love story spanning several decades. Many of the minor characters play an important part in Dan and Gabby’s life the second time around. I found the plot to be very well thought out and it intrigued me as to how the story would end. There were a lot of suggestions and no real answers until the final few pages. Good book with a lovely storyline.

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