Angels and Airheads

Anne Brooke
Angels and Airheads
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Musa Publishing
Release Date
March 2012
LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

Ricky has been secretly in love with his best friend Jez forever, but he's never dared confess his feelings because he thinks Jez is too high-class for him. One evening, while sharing a quiet evening with Jez, a mysterious angel, Madred, appears and tries to persuade Ricky to take a chance on love.

Too bad Ricky doesn't believe in angels. Madred is forced to take desperate measures in an attempt to show the reluctant Ricky the truth. When the angel leaves, can Ricky find the courage to declare himself to Jez, and what will happen to their friendship if he does?

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
May 31, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
183 people found the following review helpful
When angels need to intervene to get two men together, there is no doubt the story will be sweet, adorable and satisfying.

Ricky has had a thing for Jez for a long time, but he never thought he was good enough and it certainly never occurred to him that Jez might feel the same. It takes an angel stopping time and showing him flashes of Jez's thoughts behind some familiar events to kick Ricky in the ass and make him act.

It's a gamble, as most things in life are, but sometimes, if the angels are loud enough even when we don't remember them, we just might do what's best for us. That was how Ricky went about it, and as he tasted what exactly lingered in the air between Jez and him, he couldn't quite say he regretted it.

The whole story was under toned with sweetness and while I didn't get much of a chance to meet the characters, Madred the angel was more than a memorable part of this story. I'm not much for divine interventions when it comes to books, but in this particular one I very much enjoyed it. I've found that Anne Brook's style with her short stories suits me and romance is certainly her thing.
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