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By: Lola Moore

Earth Angel

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The beautiful Eva da Silva was something of a soul seeker. She wanted to make a difference in the lives of others by showing love. The unexpected appearance of the mysterious and attractive RJ literally on her doorstep did not prepare her for what that would take.


Someone was watching RJ, and a dangerous man wanted him dead. Needless to say, RJ was a complicated man with a complicated life. He had almost died, and the woman who had saved him was going to make it even more complicated. He had serious matters he had to take care of, and Eva da Silva was a distraction he didn’t need; however beautiful and welcome.


Eva had family issues to worry about. What she didn’t need or was prepared for was the deep and unexpected attraction she felt for RJ, his questionable life, or the turmoil that she was about to experience because of it. Eva’s faith was about to be tested.


RJ’s world came with violence, repressed anger, a burdensome guilt, huge responsibilities, and old buried secrets. He would have to be successful in his mission, and then get his life and those of others on the right track. Doors of long ago would have to be unlocked, past sins would have to be faced, and deep secrets would have to be revealed.


This is a story of faith, of second chances, and the desperate quest of love. Eva saved RJ’s life, but can a soul seeker also save a lost soul?

Lola Moore has always loved reading and writing from a young age. Having gone on to study and briefly practice law, she now enjoys writing fiction with a passion for the romance genre. When she’s not working, writing, or spending time with her family, she’s usually engaged in reading a book. She believes that a good book is entertainment for the heart and mind.


Her hobbies, besides reading and writing, are cooking, organising, watching films, and socialising with family and friends. Lola lives happily in the South East of England with her husband and two daughters.

Customer Reviews
4.5
11 reviews
11 reviews
  • Boatlady

    I was given this book by a friend and as I’ve already put in my heading, romance novels are not my preferred reading material, however, I was not disappointed. Yes, there is romance but there is also a really good plot driving the storyline. I enjoyed the book very much and found the heroes and villains believable.
    I hope to read more Lola Moore in the future and maybe a sequel to Earth Angel?

  • J

    Not my usual go-to genre but an enjoyable read nonetheless, a book that leaves you with that feel-good feeling.
    The storyline kept me guessing and wanting to jump ahead and find out more about each of the characters, this book would appeal to all ages and to someone wanting a romantic fix. Highly recommend it as the perfect holiday read.
    Well done Lola Moore on your debut novel, fantastic!
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  • A

    This book is ultimately a story of romance, but offers so much more in the way that each character's story unfolds and eventually intertwines. I love how easy it is to follow the different characters without feeling lost in the story. Massive credit to Lola for creating a captivating plot full of drama, thrill, suspense and surprises.

  • Nicky crabtree

    I have started reading Earth Angel and have found it easy to immerse myself into.I love how the characters are building and as I read I am right there with them. I love how the author uses her gift to bring you into the story line so well.
    Grab a cuppa and a blanket and read Earth Angel!!

  • Amazon Customer

    I was encouraged to read this book and although it wasn’t written by one of my usual authors, decided to give it a go. I am in awe of anyone who can develop a plot, give it an introduction, middle and end, weave in sub plots and has the patience to come up with a debut novel! The story is a classic romance - good girl meets her perception of an ‘undesirable’ boy and the development of their relationship within the confines of her faith. Elements of the book challenged my thinking, (which has to be a good thing) and there's a fair sprinkling of drama thrown into the engaging story-line, as well as some interesting and unexpected twists and turns - not least on the very last page...

  • Amazon Customer

    I enjoyed the story of Earth Angel very much. It combined the reality of human life and relationships through out every character whether a Christian person of faith or not. I would recommend Earth Angel as an enjoyable read.

  • yetunde

    Wow! A great debut book, with a very fascinating & immersing plot. Has a little bit of everything - drama, romance, religion, thriller and even comedy. Loved it!

  • Kay G

    I received the physical book Earth Angel from the author as a gift and was looking forward to diving into it. However, I put off reading it for a while because I had so many things going on at the time, and I wasn't sure how quickly I would be able to get through the book. However, when I eventually cracked open the book spine, I was pleasantly surprised at what an easy and delightful read it was.

    Earth Angel tells the story of Eva, a young Christian woman with a heart yearning to do great things for God. and how she falls into an unexpected relationship with RJ, a handsome young man who comes laden with issues and secrets she can't even guess at. The book takes us on a journey of Eva's life as she tries to represent her faith in her place of work and her personal relationships. After she literally stumbles over RJ, Eva finds herself drawn and attracted to this stranger, which throws her into emotional turmoil as she senses that there's more to him than meets her naive and innocent eye. We are drawn into their individual lives and learn what secrets they're keeping and how it impacts their decisions.
    I enjoyed the book for many reasons- it's clean and contains no profanities or explicit sexual scenes. It deals with real-life situations and sub-plots that are easy to follow. The heroine is a staunch Christian, but the book is neither preachy nor weighed down with religious innuendo. I was interested in how the author would resolve the tension between Eva's feelings for RJ and her faith, and she did an admirable job of providing a realistic conclusion.

    Earth Angel is one of those books you can relax with by the pool, or in my case, an easy read on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Whether you're a Christian or not, you'll enjoy reading about Eva and her relationships. Get your copy quickly!

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