Review: Angel Lane by Sheila Roberts

Angel Lane is a feel-good book that shouldn’t be missed and is a perfect read for the upcoming Christmas holiday season.

The town of Heart Lake is losing that treasured small-town feeling that many of its residents cherish. So friends, and shop owners, Sarah, Emma and Jamie take it into their own hands to make a difference. They start the movement “keep the heart in Heart Lake” with the hopes that good deeds would be paid forward by those who had received the gesture.

But what book is without conflict. As the ladies try to get their movement off the ground they have to deal with professional and personal problems. Sarah has an overzealous neighbor, an marriage losing its passion and is missing her grandchildren. Emma is alone and facing the closing of her quilt shop. And Jamie is recovering from an abusive marriage and tempted by the local widowed cop and his children.

I was very happy to have been asked to read and review this book. Once I got started I didn’t want to put it back. Sheila’s writing just drew me in and made me care about the characters and hope for a perfect ending. I highly recommend this book to those who love a good heartwarming tale.

And I’m giving away my advanced reading copy to a lucky blog reader. Either leave a comment here or on our guest blog with Sheila before Thursday, October 29. Be sure to leave your email address in your comment or send a message to