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Trusting an Angel (Entangled Covet)

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  • Posted May 18, 2014

    I love these types of paranormal stories, love them.  The whole

    I love these types of paranormal stories, love them.  The whole nice regular girl working for a hot man she has been lusting forever, not ever being able to tell him how she feels only to find out he has been feeling the same way. Love these stories.
      Isadora has had feelings for Zerach for a long time, but she feels that there is no chance that he would ever feel the same for her. First off Zerach is a known playboy who never goes out with a woman more than once.  Second, he is Isadora’s boss.
    Isadora had suffered through a house fire when she was 8 years old that has left her with both physical and emotional scars.  She is also an orphan who was raised by her godparents whom she adores and loves.  At a fund raiser, an old friend who she has not seen in years, Jake, approaches her and surprises her with a proposal.  When she declines his proposal, he goes behind her back and blackmails her godparents to make her marry him.   Isadora does not know what to do.  She loves her godparents like they were her parents, but she does not love Jake. Plus, Jake has changed. He is not the same sweet boy that she had feelings for when they were younger. 
    What Isadora does not know is that Zerach has admired her for some time now it is just that his circumstances of being an angel has prevented him from acting on his feelings until he needs to protect her.
    The premise was there, I just felt like some parts of the story felt flat. This could have been really good, but I think the writing felt very mechanical; very “matter of fact.”  The characters were very likeable.  I know that Zerach was an archangel and his verbiage would appear awkward at times, but that was not the issue for me. Some of it felt forced and therefore hard for me to connect.
    I will pick up other books by Missy Jane.  
    A copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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