Catch a Fallen Angel - Kathleen Kane Reviews
Description:ISBN 0312975759 / Author: Kathleen Kane / Genre: Fiction / This book is about a gambler is hanged and makes a deal with the devil to get two more months to live and in those two months he falls in love with Maggie Benson who has a son.
Newest Review: ... time in saloons and never has even thought about settling down. He rides up on a town that Henry has been in and the town ... more
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by - written on 10/10/01, updated on 10/10/01 (Very useful, 48 readings)
You will be fascinated by this book. What if you were given a second chance at deaths doorway. Would you take it no matter what the price? If the devil was the one giving you the chance, would you take it? The first thing I'll do is introduce you to the characters. Gabe Donovan: gambler and drinker. Got convicted for a crime he did not commit and was hanged. Maggie Benson: runs a restaurant in Regret, Neveda. She has a son who she dotes on. His name is Jake. She is also a widow. Henry: Maggie's dad and also a friend of Gabe and a con artist also. Doris: Friend of Maggie Devil; out to get Gabe's ... Read the complete review
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