Musings of an Earth Angel
by Suzanne Adams
Release Date: September 11th 2015
Summary from Goodreads:
“”Musings of an Earth Angel” is a mystical story that’s fresh, inventive and will linger with you long after you are finished reading. Spirit junkies will relish this exciting new adventure and hunger for more.” -Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times best-selling author of Miracles Now
ABOUT THE TRILOGY 22-year-old Samantha Kingston had the perfect job, perfect boyfriend, and perfect Friday nights. When disaster strikes she loses everything and is propelled into a journey where evil and good, dark and light are battling for her destiny. Will the Demon Brigade viciously destroy her? Or will her Angel team and the Divine help her to elevate and see her real truth as an Earth Angel?
About the Author
Suzanne is an Author, Motivational Speaker, & Life Purpose Consultant that is sharing herzest for life with audiences around the globe. She believes that having fun and following your passion are the keys to finding true happiness and she’s passionate about helping unlock what that means for you.
Suzanne’s passion is to teach people how to live a life of fulfillment and joy. She does this through teaching you her proven 5 step process to attract Happiness and Freedom into your life. As well as by connecting you to the perfect mentor or coach who can help you discover your true potential and achieve your heart’s desires. Suzanne intuitively connects her clients with her exclusive network of high quality coaches and mentors that produce amazing results and are truly invested in their client’s personal growth.
I can consider this book more as an inspiration when it comes to living a clean life, a life without resentment, anger or any other type of negative feelings. It is a manifest to live a life full of love and respect mainly for one’s self. T made me feel powerful, it made me understand that change comes from the inside.
Samantha’s journey to unveiling her powers is also a journey for us readers. While we see her trips to different power sources, we also discover things for ourselves. We learn about different energy point in our body, we learn a little about how to conjure the positive energy and the love that flows in us. Our character has to face many spiritual battles with the Demon Brigade and in these confrontations she has to rely on her instinct and her beliefs that she is stronger than any evil spirit.
When reading the book, you have to be open to the Devine aspects of it as well. There are a lot of references to angels and religious figures. Sam is constantly under their protection and they win interfere when she is close to a critical moment or facing one.
Well, regardless if you are a believer or not, this book is more than that, this is a motivational read; we all have a purpose in life, we just have to find our path. Trusting your instinct and cleaning your life of negativity will bring you the happy life we all try to have. Sam’s adventures will become yours by the end of last page.
I had heard of being possessed by demons, but I never thought I would be so lucky as to get to have the experience firsthand. Once again, I could feel my body trembling and that strange bitter saliva building in my throat. I needed an exit strategy—and fast. I’d learned to expect and accept crazy episodes, but I had hoped I could at least enjoy Rose’s birthday dinner out with my friends.
Sweat trickled down my forehead, and I pushed my chair away from the dinner table and staggered to my feet. Rose grabbed me by the forearm. She and the others had already enjoyed three bottles of Prosecco; and the night was just getting started at La Lune et La Soleil, the hot new restaurant in midtown.
Rose raised her voice above the clink of glasses and hum of conversation. “Where are you going? Jacob’s just getting to the good part. You gotta listen.”
With sweat now dripping down my cheeks and the back of my neck, I sat back down as Jacob continued with his crazy story. He’d been over served at a party a few weeks ago and jumped into a parked cop car. The keys were somehow still in the ignition, and he drove through town shouting at random people through the car’s megaphone. Then he somehow managed to escape without the local cop tracing him. He’d gotten away scot-free—so far.
The waiter brought over the first course and Ken, a good friend to both Rose and me, proposed another toast. “To the beautiful birthday girl and to another great year of us all having fun together!”
I raised my glass of sparkling water—I could barely stay sane as it was these days and was terrified to think how my body would react to alcohol, at least for now anyway. Woozily, I toasted my dearest friend as best as I could. I fought to keep my eyes from rolling into the back of my head and almost dropped my glass.
“Whoa!” Ken said. “You sure that’s just sparkling water?”