Fallen Angel - Prequel To Nathaniel Teen Angel

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When Devlin arrives late for the birth of Eloise, he can’t believe his best friend has taken over his position as her guardian angel. Nathaniel refuses to hand her back, claiming Devlin's new obsession with fallen angels and sexy women are affecting his judgment and putting the child's life at risk. Accusing Nathaniel of betrayal, Devlin threatens to guard Eloise, with or without his approval. More
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About Patricia Puddle

Patricia writes Paranormal Love stories for older teens and adults. Here first series, Ominous Love, is an angels and demons story. She also writes and illustrates humorous and adventurous children's stories. Her Rascals Series is aimed at reluctant readers. Molly Gumnut and Velvet ball are suitable for children of all ages.

Patricia also volunteers for a wildlife rescue charity for injured and orphaned animals.

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Review by: John M W Smith on July 13, 2015 :
I believe that The Good Lord gave us a sense of humour on purpose. He knew how difficult it would be to face the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" that were coming our way. So what better survival tool than a sense of humour? And hasn't it been said often enough that laughter is the best medicine?
It is obvious from reading this book that the author and her creations have an excellent sense of humour. A sophisticated one. So they are doing nothing more than making full use of a God-given gift. One of the main reasons why we find it easy to believe in angels is because they are so much like human beings, and Devlin is nothing more and nothing less than a reflection of an amusing, very human, human being. If, in the hereafter, I could achieve even a fraction of the heady freedom and abilities that Devlin possesses, well, I can hardly wait! I mean, who wouldn't want to skyrocket over the Pacific Ocean at night! I love this writer's zany sense of humour which, coupled by a fertile imagination makes the narrative soar to all the heights that Devlin could ever hope to reach using his "dusky wings"! And I've always fancied the idea of guardian angels. It's also a great idea to suppose that the male angel could fall in love with a female human being to an extent when he would want to be her protector for evermore! A thoroughly enjoyable read!
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Review by: Tima Maria Lacoba on March 06, 2014 :
I read Fallen Angel after it was recommended by a friend. I was told it was a funny romance story, but after reading the first few chapters, I wondered how a romance would fit in with two guardian angels fighting over a sick child. From the cover, it was obvious that one of the angels would fall to earth, so I presumed once I got to that part, the romance would begin. Well, I don’t want to give the plot away, so I won’t say how it happened, but the way the author has written that scene was amazing and had me on the edge of my seat. There were so many twists and turns, I had no idea what was going to happen next, and even though the author left clues throughout the story, they were so subtly written I never guessed the ending. I enjoyed the characters, and the three males were sensual and funny, though one stood out more. There are quite a few sex scenes in this book, and though they’re not explicit, they leave nothing to the imagination. They are hot!

This story was certainly funny, but also sad. The ending was unexpected. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series: Ominous Love, and then Ominous Angel.
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Review by: Annme Spiby on Feb. 24, 2014 :
I thought Ominous Angel was an amazing book, and worried that the prequel would end up confusing things. I've always struggled when I see or read prequels because sometimes they just don't make sense. Patricia doesn't let her readers down though. Fallen Angel is yet another amazing book, and it's so wonderful to find out more about the characters and why things were as they were in Ominous Love. Everything made sense, and you get to see a different side to all the characters. You could even be forgiven for feeling a little sorry for the 'evil' character, not for long though :)

Again this was another book I couldn't put down until I finished it, and sadly now I have to wait for the next book in the series....I don't like waiting, especially when I am sure the next book will be as good, if not better than the first two I have already read!
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