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Kiss an Angel Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2002
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Readers who have enjoyed Phillips's writing in the past (Heaven, Texas) will be disappointed by her latest contemporary. In dire straits as a result of her irresponsible lifestyle, Daisy Devreaux is given an ultimatum by her outraged father?jail or an arranged marriage to Alex Markov, a broodingly handsome Russian handpicked by her father to teach Daisy the error of her ways. It's a thin plot that's kept going by a superabundance of sex. In better outings, Phillips's razor sharp wit might keeps things afloat, but there is nothing funny in the mean-spirited and abusive hero.
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"Susan Elizabeth Phillips is one of the best writers of contemporary women's fiction in the twnntieth century!"-- "Affair de Coeur"
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Top customer reviews
The first sex scene is awkward and not romantic, with Daisy trying to pretend she is experienced when in fact she is a virgin. The scenes with the circus animals seem pretty contrived and unrealistic.
Many of SEP’s books have LOL moments but unfortunately not this. Even the scene where Alex is trying to train Daisy in a circus act and she keeps screaming is not much fun at all.
None of the secondary characters (Heather, Sheba, Brady) are endearing enough to be interesting.
The second half of the book wallowed in melodrama.
The Kindle version had a number of typos.
This is a book that I had a bit of trouble getting into but ended up really liking. The premise is unbelievable in a modern setting, but I don't mind such things if the book delivers on the story. This book does. It is funny and heartwarming. Alex is a real jerk in the beginning, but I don't mind that either as long as he pays for it in the end. Phillips does a great job of showing Alex's development from a cold jerk to a man who is deeply in love. I really loved Daisy. In the beginning, she was annoying because of the circumstances that led to the marriage, but I ended up really liking her. She wins over the characters in the story and me as well.
I recommend this book.
The 3 stars are for Daisy...and the animals! lol :)