College professor Emily Ratliffe finally has the opportunity to satisfy her long-denied wanderlust when her scholarly work is accepted for a presentation in London. Against her husband's wishes, Emily departs for England, leaving him and their fourteen-year-old daughter behind. But then the unthinkable happens. A terrorist attack involving biological warfare strikes the conference center, and the attendees and other hotel residents fall dangerously ill. Emily also gets sick, but miraculously recovers; she knows she must use her Christian faith, prayer, and perseverance to assist in healing the other victims of the attack. She enlists the help of the handsome Edward Fitzwilliam, a British special agent working undercover as the hotel manager, and the two develop a close friendship. Watching the events unfold on the news, Emily's husband wants her to come home immediately, but she refuses, knowing that she must stay where she is needed. She must tread carefully, however, as her relationship with Edward is skirting the boundaries of friendship. What's more, she is unaware that a greater threat looms. The terrorists did not achieve their mission, and Emily is now their number one target. Full of adventure, Sheltered by an Angel's Wings is a breathtaking tale of love, faith, and perseverance in the midst of tragedy.
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Katherine Meador Pasour has been a farmer, teacher, wife, mother, and college professor. She currently works as a professor and administrator at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, North Carolina. Katherine is blessed with two children and a loving, faithful husband. The family has a small farm near Greensboro, North Carolina, where they enjoy their church work, horses, and the many tasks associated with a working farm.
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Book Description CrossBooks, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111462722717