Angel With Attitude By Michelle Rowen – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Angel with Attitude by Michelle Rowen – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Angel with Attitude” by Michelle Rowen with Rakuten Kobo. Valerie Grace isn’t quite sure how she went from heavenly angel to plunging into the killer.
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Angel with Attitude
I struggled with this book. I got to read it several weeks before its release She finds a job at a motel called “Paradise Wiyh and her only wish is to go back to heaven. I came across a random copy of this and read it while hang Synopsis Valerie Grace has no idea why she was booted out of heaven and landed naked in a killer whale tank.
Michelle Rowen never disappoints! As I said, it was just ok. The title should be at least 4 characters long.
To ask other readers questions about Angel with Attitudeplease sign up. Jun 30, Morgan rated it really liked it Shelves: Angel wtih Attitude by Michelle Rowen. I’m not big on fantasies but this one was great. I enjoyed her take on the Fallen Angels theme which seems to be so popular now in the YA genre.
Fun book with likeable characters. The romance was strong and believable and I could feel the emotions of the characters and enjoyed how everything played out. But a random coincidence leads Valerie to realise that there is a stolen key to Heaven which would enable her to go home May 25, Nancy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I also liked Nathaniel and the protagonist Valerie.
Maybe, being a demon helps them with their writing and making it so creative. How to write a great review. The hero, the man she imagined when wishing for a demon is now completely under her spell and she uses her powers over him to make him take her to the beyond. Falling naked into the killer whale tank at MarineLand is going to ruin anyone’s day, but when you’ve just been banished from heaven attitudee a brief “don’t talk to Tempter demons” speech it’s even worse.
The sexual tension between them was gone after that and they lost a bit of their flare.
Everything was too perfect, too easy, esp the MC’s relationship. I liked it and would probably read it again. Sex, Lies, and Vampires. Also, it was thankfully limited on the “smutty” descriptions. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. She works on doing good deeds, and one of them nearly gets her killed. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Apr 25, Britta rated it really liked it Recommends it for: You would think that a rat doing tricks would draw more of an audience and much more money.
Not only is she forced to make bed and clean toilets but she’s also sick as a dog the night she’s attacked in an alleyway and saved by her worst nightmare.
Didn’t care for this one at all.
Angel With Attitude by Michelle Rowen – FictionDB
With her fall from grace comes her own personal Tempter demon, Nathaniel, whose sole job is to tempt Val to his side. While I thought the ending was beautiful, I have to point out that if would not have happened that way.
Other than that, it was a very cute book and I would read another. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Apr 25, Renae rated it it was ok.
I read this michellee and busted out laughing. The concept of this book sounded great. However I did have a couple problems with the book as well. Overview Music Video Charts. I’ve read that book a few times, now, and I still like it. Suddenly kicked out of heaven, Valerie Grace is one confused fallen angel struggling to adapt to being human.
It’s a fun, humorous, chick-lit paranormal romance that has some fun characters that keep things flowing!
On her way, she meets bu thing that all Fallen Angels dread, their Tempter demon. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
But if it is going to be included, as least tell us about it and Val’s feelings. Well-paced and with a satisfying resolution that doesn’t leave you aching for another book. For more information, please visit Michelle at her website at www.
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