REVIEW - To Kiss an Angel by Jane Beckenham

Book Title - To Kiss an Angel
Author - Jane Beckenham
Publisher - Books We Love
Angel has a job to do—leave heaven and fix Clark Lannigan's life, teaching him to live again, and to love. But how can she succeed when Clark is living in the past, a life surrounded by so much guilt that he's too afraid to let go.
Besides, she's already broken Angel rule 750.2, paragraph A, no canoodling with the client. Plus she's fallen in love with him. So what does an angel do?
She sets him ten tasks, but neither of them want to obey number ten….NO KISSING

Author Jane Beckenham found literature at a young age. In books she discovered dreams and hope, stories that inspired in her a love of romance, and travel. Years later, after a blind date, Jane found her own true love and married him eleven months later.
Life has been a series of „dreams for Jane. Dreaming of learning to walk again after spending years in hospital. Dreaming of raising a family and subsequently flying to Russia to bring home her two adopted daughters. And of course, dreaming of writing.
With her family growing up, life is a round of playing mum's taxi service, all the while wondering what her hero and heroine are up to behind her back! Writing is Janes addictionand it sure beats housework.

To Kiss an Angel by Jane Beckenham had me cracking up more than once while reading it. The antics of Angel are cute to the point of kittens and puppy dogs. I really really really liked this book. I loved the way that everything seems to just fall in place.
I give this book 4 stars. I don’t usually read books under 100 pages, but this story was well worth my time. I would gladly recommend this book to all of my friends. I look forward to reading more from this author.

Deborah gives To Kiss an Angel

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