Daddy's Little Angel

Daddy's Little Angel

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by Shani Petroff, J. David McKenney
     
 

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“Mom always said my dad is the devil. I never knew she meant it literally!”

All Angel’s father (a.k.a. the Devil) wants is to be a part of her life. And in return he has the power to give her anything she wants—including popularity and a date with her long-time crush, Cole Daniels. But Angel will only accept him on her terms: get out

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“Mom always said my dad is the devil. I never knew she meant it literally!”

All Angel’s father (a.k.a. the Devil) wants is to be a part of her life. And in return he has the power to give her anything she wants—including popularity and a date with her long-time crush, Cole Daniels. But Angel will only accept him on her terms: get out of the devil business and leave his special powers out of the equation. Is Angel condemning herself to an eternity of lunch at the losers’ table? Or can she and Daddy Dearest strike some kind of deal?

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Children's Literature - Annie Laura Smith
Imagine what your life would be like as a teen if your father actually were the devil, with horns, tail, and all, and could grant any wish that you would want. Angel Garrett has that opportunity with her father—Lou Cipher—who is the devil—Lucifer—if only she will allow him to be a part of her life. Can she make that deal with him, or is having her father as the devil too much of a burden to bear? Her terms are for him to get out of the devil business. Although she inherited some of her dad's powers, chaos ensues when she tries to use them. Staying away from her father until she learns how to use her inherited powers may be the best solution to her problems. The way things are going she may ruin any chance to impress her interest, Cole. The delightful concept and plot provide an entertaining read about good versus evil. Even the well-designed and colorful cover shows Angel's dilemma. This book is part of the fresh new series, "Bedeviled," by a debut author, which includes The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Dress. Reviewer: Annie Laura Smith

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780448451114
Publisher:
Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date:
08/20/2009
Series:
Bedeviled Series, #1
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
1,072,372
Product dimensions:
5.14(w) x 7.66(h) x 0.64(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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Shani Petroff lives in New York, New York.

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Daddy's Little Angel (Bedeviled Series #1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book its awesome its something all teens can kinda relate to (other than magical powers) it has magic and teens its the perfect combo!! definetley a good YA book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This tome is super seminal and funny. I look foward to reading the whole series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really good book cant wait to read the 2nd
Edith Hayes More than 1 year ago
I LOVED IT! It was soo great!
ClothesOverBros More than 1 year ago
This was a good book. I like how this book flows and is but together. Allthough its weird I recommend this book for the people who like the genre fantasy!!!
Anna Sotelo More than 1 year ago
this book leaves you hanging but in a good way but an adventure for girls inly so keep out guys
Lynette Cosme More than 1 year ago
this was an awesome book
yank15ee More than 1 year ago
My 11 year old daughter absolutely loved this book. She finished it and its sequel in no time. She has already read the Twilight series, all the Harry Potters and countless other books, so she takes her reading seriously. She was excited about the story, the characters and the writing itself and can't wait for the third and hopefully fourth books to get here. I recommend this book for all the tweens out there who need a book to absorb their time and imagination.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My daughter liked this book. She said it was fun to read and had good characters. She's eagerly awating the next book.
Galleysmith More than 1 year ago
Petroff has created a fun story in Bedeviled. The reader is entertained not only by the dynamic between Angel and her father (Lou Cipher, get it..Lucifer, haha) but is also treated to light-hearted lessons on morality, how individual decisions not only affect our own lives but also of those around us, and finally about acceptance. Despite the unrealistic circumstances, ie: the devil rises to claim his sweet awkward daughter, the story does view the above mentioned themes in a realistic light. Angel is a typical girl running head long into teendom where the biggest concerns she's face with are popularity and boys. She's typically spiteful, characteristically awkward in social and public situations and most of all unforgiving when she thinks its warranted. Anything more or less than that would have made the story shift more towards the implausible. The story is a quick and easy read of complex issues today's teens may encounter in real life. While understandably targeted towards the middle grade and young adult reader it is still enjoyable for adults as well.
hiplindy82 More than 1 year ago
In Shani Petroff's writing debut, she crafts a fantastic story about Angel, who finds out her father is the devil. This very clever and witty novel is perfect for those who liked twilight but are looking for something lighter and fun!
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