Happy Wednesday all & Ash Wenesday for some. Today I decided to do my picks on the lighter side of Angels today. So on this beautiful fine Wednesday I pick for you ,
There’s always a price to pay for love. The second book in an all-new arc of the New York Times bestselling Kissed by an Angel series!
Ivy should be ecstatic that her formerly dead boyfriend Tristan is back on earth with her, but the life of a fallen angel is never easy. Tristan has been cast down in the body of a murderer, and the police are after him. Now, there’s only one way that he and Ivy can be together: They must clear Tristan of the murder.
But when it becomes evident that there are darker forces at work—that Tristan and Ivy are still paying the price for Ivy’s miraculous survival of her car crash—the star-crossed lovers have more at stake than ever before. And one of them may not be alive much longer….
By Elizabeth Chandler
Kissed By An Angel Series Bk.5
The Kissed by an Angelbind-up has nearly half a million copies in print!
This third entry in the Kissed by an Angel series apparently is not the last, as it solves one mystery and wins a battle that leaves readers with another cliffhanger. Ivy remains in forever-love with Tristan, who died in the first book but now inhabits Luke’s body. Tristan became a fallen angel when he illegally saved Ivy from death with a kiss in the second installment, but he doesn’t yet appear to be distressed by that development. The characters continue to rely on a real angel, rebellious and erratic Lacey, the most entertaining character in the book, who always comes through in a pinch. Meanwhile danger looms as Gregory, the evil spirit who was the original murderer, now possesses Beth, Ivy’s best friend, with fateful intent. Amid that tangle of characters the author presents an equally large population of friends. In this volume, the main focus is on clearing Luke’s name for murdering his girlfriend. Ivy and Tristan (as Luke) investigate. Chandler picks up the pace from the last installment with a bit more suspense, especially in the Gregory/Beth and Tristan/Luke combinations. Readers who began with the first installment will enjoy the continuing story, if they can disentangle the complexities of the plot and the natural and supernatural relationships. Others would do best by starting over from the beginning and paying close attention. Complicated. (Paranormal romance. 12 & up)
Elizabeth Chandler prior novels to this series are :
Bk.1 -3 Kissed By An Angel