“During a routine operation, Jo Gold dies, causing all hell to break loose in heaven. No more exciting explorations with her teenage kids. No more bringing the worlds of film and TV into her maths lessons. No more dreams of adventures further afield. Or are there?
Her list of “10 things I must do before I die,” written in front of witnesses, constitutes a legal and binding contract. Based on seven key aspects of her life, the angels have to decide whether she deserves a stay of execution to fulfil her bucket list.
Machidiel is a complete rookie, so everything is against him, especially the technology that lets him experience Jo’s emotions. As he builds a picture of her creative accomplishments, he is drawn to her in ways no angel should be. The added complication? His boss, Zadkiel, is determined to cause chaos at every opportunity. Mac is equally determined to keep this woman alive. If she lives and he is appointed her guardian angel, the real problem will be resisting his attraction to her.
When faced with the ultimate temptation of a true soul mate, they will need every ounce of honour and integrity, not to succumb.”
I rate Death Wishes 4.8 of 5 stars! I found a handful of spelling errors that did not detract from the pure reading pleasure very much.