An Angel's Kiss is the factual story of the birth and subsequent struggle for survival of a child born with a cancer that afflicts only .2% of all people diagnosed each year. Readers are taken through the author's pregnancy, delivery, her son's diagnosis of adrenocortical carcinoma, and ultimately her unrelenting depression. It is a realistic account of a mother's fight to save her son's life, to reclaim her family, and in the end to save her from the guilt that she allowed to consume her for years. Krajewski speaks honestly about the emotions most mothers don't want to admit feeling. Her candidness spins a tale of fear and grief. It shows the raw pain that this monster of a disease causes. Krajewski has given readers the opportunity to stand in her shoes and experience something nobody should endure; however, in the end it is a story of survival, determination, a mother's refusal to allow her child to become a statistic, and ultimately inspiration.