My Fallen Angel

My Fallen Angel

by Pamela Britton
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My Fallen Angel 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Britton has given a gallant effort and there were smiles in this book -- but it just didn't deliver what ADC promised it would. A definite disappointment.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I tried to like this book -- honestly I did -- but unfortunately the heroine ruins the whole piece. Garrick is a super hero, the secondary characters are good, but the slap-stick, prat-falls and idiocy of the heroine detracted from the book. It is a romp, but the heroine falls flat.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I truly did love this story. It made me laugh and cry and laugh all over again. Sure the heroine was a bit ditzy at times, but that was part of the charm. I look forward to Ms. Britton's next book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Somewhere along the way a good premise for a story got bashed by a heroine who is just too dumb to live (TDTL)! Like a previous reviewer, I tried to like this book, thought the hero was great -- but wondered if he'd lost his brain when I got hit by lightning. This slap-stick romp just doesn't hold up. Sorry. I think this writer can do better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Britton has given us a sit-back-and-enjoy-it piece of work. 'My Fallen Angel' is a delightful, light-hearted and humorus story. Most books written about this period of time contain heavy, monotonous details which detract from the plot and character developement. Not here. Every minute is spent developing some of the most carefree characters to come along in some time. Pamela has captured new ways of describing conditions in romance that will keep you chuckling for hours. Every now and again you need a book such as this to just sit back and enjoy. No work involved, just pure entertainment. Thanks Spammy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Garrick Asquith-Wolf is an nineteenth-century lover to die for... well, maybe not literally. Garrick is killed on the deck of a pirate ship during battle. One month later he returns as Lucy Hartford's protector as he fights the forces of good and evil. Lucy falls for Garrick the instant they meet. Britton's love scenes are emotion-filled and intense, arousing the most jaded reader. A slow build-up and steamy foreplay give her story an edge over bland, boring past century deliveries. Hot as a mainstream contemporary with a touch a humor.