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    Very good

    Not the typical Lonesome Point story, but an interesting one nonetheless. In this book we get to visit Lily Lawson again. She is sent back to earth to help a troubled soul find his way. Canyon O'Donnell is haunted by his past. So much so, he can't see his way to a future. This is the story of their beautiful journey for Lily to put to rest her past and Canyon to find his future. Very well done and I would definitely recommend.
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    Tissues needed

    The one thing I've learned reading lonesome point books is have your tissues handy. The feels are real. The ballad of Lily Grace is full of tear jerking wonderfully emotional moments. Having read the whole series I did not read the blurb for this before I started. I didn't know if we were going back to Lily and John's time, Lily's time in heaven or what. I was pleasantly surprised in the direction Lily's story went. Lily sent back to earth to help stop Canyon from taking his own life when in return he saves her multiple times as she learns what her new body does and does not know. The truth is real, the chemistry is sizzling, the tears and the happy thoughts are plentiful. This is a great addition to a 5 star series
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    Sweet and sad story of Love - 5+++ stars

    A Review of Eight Second Angel by Jessie Evans Love is heaven that hurts like hell... Rodeo cowboy Canyon O'Donnell is a champion with more national titles than any pro bull rider in history. He's also one week away from ending his own life. Haunted by mistakes from his past, Canyon isn't looking for redemption, let alone love. But when a beautiful girl with her own tragic past practically falls into his lap, he can't resist taking her under his wing. He can't promise her forever, but maybe he can help ease her pain. A little over a year ago, Lily Lawson was murdered. Now she's back on earth in a new body, sent to redeem a lost soul before it's too late. But her first good will mission is complicated by a powerful attraction to the tortured cowboy she's been sent to save. Soon she wishes she could promise Canyon forever, but she only has a few days and time is running out. Lily's willing to do whatever it takes to save Canyon's life. But what if the one thing he needs--her love--is the one thing she can never give? Like all of Jessie's other books, I really LOVED this one -- although, I'm not sure that I would call it a Lonesome Point Texas book. I had not read the blurb about the book, so I was totally thrown when I realized who Lily Grace was. We got a mention of a couple of people from there, but Canyon and this version of Lily Grace were never part of the town. This really made me stop and think, what would it be like to come face-to-face with someone in the future that tells me she is my Mother and that she wanted to let me know how much she loved me and that she didn't blame me for her death. Would I be able to believe it and how would I feel knowing that she would go away again? A very poignant book you don't want to miss. **Complimentary Copy provided by Author for an honest review.**

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