Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂
Kiss an Angel is one of those books. You know the ones. The ones that stay with you for days after you finish reading them. The ones that stay with you for years after you finish reading them. KAA is one of those books for me. I laughed while reading this book. I cried while reading this book. I laughed so hard that I cried while reading this book. There were all the feels here. Daisy seems like such a ditz at the beginning of the book, but she is such a joy to read about. A true delight. Alex is a man that was hard to get to know at first, but you can’t help but fall in love with him two. If any two characters were made for each other, it was these two.
That being said…if you find yourself at odds when it comes to picking your next book and you haven’t read this one? Read this one.
Kiss an Angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Publication Date: February 1, 1996
Point-of-View: Alternating Third
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Pretty, flighty Daisy Devreaux can either go to jail or marry the mystery man her father has chosen for her. Arranged marriages don't happen in the modern world, so how did the irrepressible Daisy find herself in this fix?
Alex Markov, as humorless as he is deadly handsome, has no intention of playing the loving bridegroom to a spoiled little feather-head with champagne tastes. He drags Daisy from her uptown life to a broken down traveling circus and sets out to tame her to his ways.
But this man without a soul has met his match in a woman who's nothing but heart. Before long, passion will send them flying sky high without a safety net... risking it all in search of a love that will last forever.
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“You’ve torn a hole in my tights.” she murmured foolishly, slipping her arms around his shoulders and reveling in the feel of his weight pressing her into the mattress.
He brushed his lips over her temples. “I’ll buy you a new pair. I swear.” He gave a gentle push.
And went nowhere.
She stiffened. Her worst fears had been realized She’d atrophied from so many years of being unused.
And another favorite scene:
“First I need to–”
“Check on Tater. I’ll come with you.”
“Don’t glower at him this time.”
“I never glower.”
“Last time you glowered. It hurt his feelings.”
“He doesn’t have–”
“He does, too, have feelings.”
“You spoil him.”
“He’s spirited, not spoiled. There’s a big difference.”
He gave her a pointed look. “Believe me, I know all about the difference between spirited and spoiled.”
“Are you implying–”
“It’s a compliment.”
“It doesn’t sound like one.”
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