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Monday, September 28, 2009
Review - Attitude Angel by Amarinda Jones
Author : Amarinda Jones
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press Torrid
Attitude Angel Coming in November 2009!
Reviewed by: Brynna Curry
Rating: You Need to Read
Two months ago, David Falconetti, pizzeria owner, was killed. Much to his surprise he ended up in Heaven. The angels have a job for him to do—he must make Andalusia Shea believe in life and Christmas. If he can do that then he can live again. The angels tell him his death was no accident. David wants to bring his killer to justice and have his life back. He’s no angel and Heaven’s not for him.
Lucy Shea doesn’t want some half-assed hot angel thrusting himself into her world and getting all Christmassy on her. She has too many other problems in her life, and a charming, sexy man making her lose control and fall in love is the last thing she needs. Besides, the angel’s only helping her to help himself. What sort of an angel is that?
David Falconetti finds himself in Heaven- the last place he'd thought he'd go-in spite of his wild and rachous ways. He is given a chance to find his killer and get his life back, but to do so he must teach Lucy Shea to believe in Christmas again. Not an easy task.
Lucy's mother died six months ago with cancer leaving her shattered. She's lost her job, everything is past due, and she has no family to celebrate with. She doesn't need a nutcase who believes he's an angel filling her life with hope, love, and melting heat, but what does she have to lose. Lucy is determined to help Dave find his killer so they can start a new life together. Both sweet and scorching hot, this story will melt your heart. I love how Aballach, the lead angel, works it all out in the end. A great read!