Dead End Date (Adventures of a Lightworker, #1)

Dead End Date Adventures of a Lightworker A woman named Faith is jolted from her simple existence when she learns she is a lightworker an evolved soul sent to Earth to increase love Complicating this startling news is the revelation that she

  • Title: Dead End Date (Adventures of a Lightworker, #1)
  • Author: Caroline A. Shearer
  • ISBN: 9780615339320
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dead End Date (Adventures of a Lightworker, #1)

    A woman named Faith is jolted from her simple existence when she learns she is a lightworker, an evolved soul sent to Earth to increase love Complicating this startling news is the revelation that she hasn t been fulfilling her life s purpose and has one year to prove herself or be pulled from her assignment As Faith confronts this daunting task, she faces very human cA woman named Faith is jolted from her simple existence when she learns she is a lightworker, an evolved soul sent to Earth to increase love Complicating this startling news is the revelation that she hasn t been fulfilling her life s purpose and has one year to prove herself or be pulled from her assignment As Faith confronts this daunting task, she faces very human concerns, including releasing her own negativity, searching for love, and even a dead blind date How will Faith fare as she begins her spiritual journey and finds her gifts tested beyond anything she s known

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    1. PJ Swanwick

      Adventures of a Lightworker series mates chick lit and metaphysicsDead End Date, the first book in the Adventures of a Lightworker series by Caroline A. Shearer, is an entertaining romp through metaphysics and relationships. The tone is light and fun, and the pairing of spiritual concepts and the narrator's relationship challenges helps make the book both amusing and insightful.Spiritual/metaphysical content: High. Faith’s life purpose is to be a lightworker, which Shearer defines as an evolve [...]

    2. Jennifer

      Faith is a lightworker and she hasn't quite lived up to her potential. She finds out that she has one year to make headway on her life's mission or her journey will end. Not knowing what exactly she is supposed to do, she begins to live her life. Dating and love have not been a great experience for Faith and her willingness to jump into the dating world is sluggish, to say the least. Bridget sets her up on a blind date with Dick, who stands Faith up. Upset at the fact she was stood up, Faith dam [...]

    3. Jennifer Defoy

      For being about a difficult subject, a murder, this really was a "light" book. The mood wasn't too heavy and it had some parts that really made me laugh. There were a few tense scenes, but it didn't ruin the mood that I got from this one.I really liked Faith. She was such a great character because she was real. I could see myself having her thoughts, her ideas (well some of her ideas LOL). She was just a normal person. I think the problem with characters who have the kind of abilities that Faith [...]

    4. Heather Wood

      This was a fun and refreshing book that combined elements of spirituality, humor and mystery. Many of the spiritual concepts were new to me and I found myself never bored while reading Dead End Date.I loved the main character Faith. The author made her seem very real and I loved Faith’s sense of humor. She didn’t take herself so seriously and it made her appealing. The setup was also great: Faith is given a year to start bringing more love to Earth and fulfill her duties as a Lightworker. Du [...]

    5. Brian Morin

      I won Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date here on . When I first started the book I was not sure at all if I would end up enjoying it. The book includes a great deal about spirituality, organic foods, and a few other things that I'm generally not really into. However, I decided that I would give it a chance. I'm so glad that I did as after about 30 pages the mystery began and I literally didn't put it down except to eat from that point on. The main character Faith really grew on me, as di [...]

    6. Amanda

      "Dead End Date" is a joyful mix of Sophie Kinsella's "Shopaholic," mixed with a dash of "I Love Lucy," if Lucy & Ethel solved mysteries. The narrator, Faith, tells the story as though writing a letter to a friend; the tone is warm even as Faith grapples with issues of learning to live in the moment, listening to her heart, and fulfilling her life's purpose to help others in difficult situations. In the case of this book, that difficult situation is the murder of a would-be blind date. The ci [...]

    7. Nancy

      I won a copy of this book through First Reads. This is an excellent debut book from a promising author. I thoroughly enjoyed the mystery and spirituality in the book. At times I laughed and at times the story nearly brought me to tears. I can’t wait for the second book in this series!

    8. sarah

      I enjoyed this book very much. The characters were very real, I felt like this story was about my friends :) It was such a fun mystery to get into. I can't wait for the rest of the series to come out, I am looking forward to see what Faith and Bridget get into next!

    9. Sameera Kamulkar

      Interesting and light read - in a language that all my healer / lightworker friends will totally enjoy

    10. Monica

      Definitely will read! I entered to win & read the new book coming out in Aprile excerpt is amazing! I cannot wait!

    11. Jeffrey

      Here's what I really liked - that the author is stepping into a different framework and sharing gifts that now seem abnormal, and in time will be totally normal. Thanks for shifting our perceptions to add this flavor to the work. It's like reading a step in our common development, and enjoying that step forward.

    12. Madison

      Adventures of A Lightworker: Dead End Date was such a wonderful and easy read. The main characters were well developed and had great senses of humor. The plot grew thicker and thicker, bubbling right up until the last few chapters of the book. The suspense was almost unbearable yet so very exciting! Each chapter was unique, added to the story-line and the conclusion was just magnificent. The underlying story of finding a deep self-love was motivational and inspiring and did not take away from th [...]

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