Book Of The Day – Gabriel’s Angel

by Greg on September 19, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a Historical Romance novel by award-winning author, Cynthia Thomason, and it’s 67% off for a limited time. Gabriel’s Angel has a 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $2!

“If you like romance, suspense, and happy endings you will love Cynthia Thomason’s “Gabriel’s Angel”. I read it over a weekend! It is one of the few books that I would read again.” Missey – Amazon Reviewer

Gabriel’s Angel
by Cynthia Thomason
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $0.99 save $2


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The year is 1871, and life at a remote lighthouse off the Georgia coast has become routine for Livvy Drummond. Then a wounded convict escapes from a passing prison ship and swims ashore. He threatens her and collapses at her feet.

When Lieutenant Gabriel Hampton opens his eyes, he beholds an angel. An angel who not only nurses him back to health, but senses the nobility beneath his rugged, feral appearance. Having escaped a life sentence, the result of an unjust court martial, he finds new life, and new love, in the hands of the lightkeeper’s beautiful granddaughter.

Springtime on the remote island is nearly idyllic for Livvy and Gabe until circumstances tear them apart. Although Livvy is determined to help Gabe escape his hopeless future, secrets from her childhood threaten to destroy what she and Gabe have built —secrets that tragically link her to Gabe in a way neither would ever have dreamed.

Will they be able to find their way back to each other? Or will the Civil War claim another two victims?

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

History, romance, adventure and mystery all rolled into one novel. I couldn’t put it down, once I started reading it.


Add me to the list of those who really enjoyed this book. The characters were so real and the setting was described beautifully. It had something for everyone: a mystery, sadness, pain, joy, romance. Great story showing the impact of the Civil War on so many.


Very tenderhearted story. Warms the heart. Writer writes as if she lived in the 1800’s herself. Would love to see a sequel to this book.


What a great read. Very well written, story was passionate, exciting, sad, thought provoking and very interesting. Gave a good insight to the era and the life of a lighthouse keeper. Interesting social implications of a war weaved into a beautiful love story. Highly recommend.


I enjoyed reading Gabriel’s Angel very much. The imagery in the book was terrific; it was both graphic and well-described. I really liked this story and I would definitely recommend it to others.

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About The Author

I’m Cynthia Thomason, writer of romance and some mystery. I am from America’s heartland – born in Indiana and raised in Ohio. While working my way through college, I took a job at a radio and TV station and got hooked on journalism. For ten years I followed my dream of becoming a teacher. I taught high school English in Michigan, Ohio and Florida until my husband and I started an auction company. I became a licensed auctioneer and estate buyer which fed my love for uncovering unusual and oddball items. Luckily I haven’t yet crossed the line between collector and hoarder! Recently my writer husband, Walter, and I sold our business. I miss the excitement of the auction but I can write full time now. I also have time to experiment with the new Kindle craze. I have some back list titles up now for purchase. I have won the HOLT Medallion Award, the Golden Quill and Readers’ Choice Awards and I’ve been nominated several times for the prestigious Maggie Award. I love to write about American’s small towns, similar to the one where I grew up in Summit County, Ohio. I like to travel the U.S. especially in the travel trailer we just bought so we can take Sparky, our adorable silky terrier mix. I have one son, also a writer. My favorite place to spend an afternoon is the mountains of North Carolina, but I haven’t been to Ireland yet.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Cynthia Thomason and ENT appreciate it.


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