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Posted April 13, 2013
How to Seduce an Angel in 10 Days is an entertaining addition to
How to Seduce an Angel in 10 Days is an entertaining addition to the 10 Days series.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Tally is having a crappy life. She is a loser in love, a pariah to her people and now a parolee. She has ten days to prove she is worthy of a second chance. Ten long days to be cooped up with a male that has always owned her heart, but has always viewed her as a little sister. Ten days to show that she doesn’t deserve to go to hell and that she can change. Ten days for her life to be altered forever.
Falcon is having a crappy life too. One awry fireball and now he’s Cupid; diaper and all. How can a man who doesn’t believe in love be forced to spread love around? He doesn’t understand it. But that is what his life has become; living in pastels and sparkles. It’s all he can do to prove he is still a manly man. He is now being forced into the position of parole officer to a woman he has always desired. He didn’t think his life could get worse, but it may have. How can a Crown Prince of Heaven slake his desire for the one woman he always wanted when it is a big no-no? Dang, being a Prince isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Their ten days together is a learning experience for both of them. It is full of revelations and discoveries, desires and disappointments. These two troubled souls will defy what is expected of them and will discover what love is all about.
While I rate this the same as the prior book, How to Marry a Warlock in 10 days, I have to say I may have actually liked it more. There was less “bahaha” funny and had more depth in the plot. I like the slight direction change that Ms. DeWylde has decided to take. It was very nicely balanced and reads very smoothly. How to Seduce an Angel is wonderful light read with tons of heart.
I especially like that we were visited by prior characters and their stories were intertwined a bit. Not in an overpowering way, but I can feel that Ms. DeWylde is setting up future novels. I am definitely adding the 10 Days series to my must read list. I have enjoyed everything about them. These novels have a lighthearted feeling to them along with whimsical humor, practical plots and appealing characters; a winning combination! This is a vividly entertaining series
Posted February 26, 2013
Tally Tallow is now on Heaven and Hell parole, she has 10 days t
Tally Tallow is now on Heaven and Hell parole, she has 10 days to prove herself after knocking Falcon Cherrywood off his broom and being possessed by a lamia. You see, she fell in love with the wrong warlock and he used her, caused her to become possessed and tried to take over the world. If that wasn’t bad enough, she killed a bunch of warlocks while being possessed and now Falcon Cherrywood is one of her angelic parole officers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Falcon was given the chance to become Cupid, after he shot the last one with a fire ball. Now humiliated, shooting pink arrows, Falcon is a Cupid that doesn’t believe in love. He is up close to his parolee, he is having trouble reconciling his feelings and emotions. You can’t have a Cupid that doesn’t believe in love and if Falcon can’t discover love than he is going to die. Can Tally forgive herself for her past in time to save Falcon from a loveless future?
This is my first Saranna DeWylde book and almost instantly I was enthralled by her sense of humor that overflows into her characters. Somehow even during dire circumstances the wit and vibrant personalities show through. I really enjoyed reading How to Seduce an Angel in 10 Days. I found myself laughing out loud more than once. How to Seduce an Angel in 10 Days is a really charismatic story and a fun read.
This ARC copy of How to Seduce an Angel in 10 Days was given to me by Kensington Publishing Corp. in exchange for an honest review. Publish Date February 26, 2013.