[Epub] ➜ Angels Do Have Wings Author Helen Brooks – Dolove.info

Angels Do Have Wings Ay caramba Pages 199 200 are smoking with naughty talk sparing us a long list of what one body part is going to do to another with alarming force and frequency if you know what I mean, Sam Crescent, Alexa Riley Anyhoo THE REVIEWThe h is raising her little brother after losing both parents 18 months ago She s all on her own she s tiny and pretty feisty So feisty she takes on the H when she thinks he s being a jackass He is being a jackass, but in part because the little brother ran out in front of his, eye roll, Ferrari or whatever, and almost got run over They meet up at the doctor s office where she works, and he s in as a consultant muckety muck heart surgeon They throw verbal daggers at each other, but he s in the throes of some big time, humongous, epic insta lust Over the next couple of encounters he makes it quite clear he wants to be the yang to her yin She s a good girl she is so her yin isn t interested in anything other than a longterm love affair with anyone s yang, but she realizes she has the hots for the doc.Trope alert when the sweet little brother almost dies of an diagnosed heart condition What a lucky coincidence that Dr Insta lust is a heart surgeon He maneuvers gets them to London, puts the boy in the hospital and ups the Rico Suave moves on the h First she tosses out a lesser mortal swain as a love shield then she commits the ultimate mea culpa, and tells the H she loves him.Failure to communicate and stupidly stubborn behavior on the part of both, but, hurray, the h holds hard to her ideal that simple falling in bed so the H can notch his bedpost one time is just not right for her.The H makes a big play for the h and throws it all on the line He can move on from his first tragic then shallow past and be the man he was meant to be I made that part up, but that s the gist.The heroine may be little but she s a force of nature The H is a jerk, but he s an older and sometimes charming jerk with some major player moves so it s fun to see him turn into lovestruck sucker.For what s it s worth, this story was full of some fun Tropes some only British I love but make me roll my eyes.1 Brandy for shock In all my mumble five years I have not had one person offer me brandy for shock My husband even got a Coke out of my gynecologist for almost passing out at an emergency ultrasound, but me NADA.2 Over zealous concern and medical care for the following coffee, tea or other hot water burns or cut fingers Just suck on it I mean literally.3 Coffee at night I guess the H and h cancel out the caffeine with mega doses of melatonin.4 Dressing for dinner I love it Preferably something in chiffon and if it pre dates 1985, blouson 5 Velvet jackets for the men Yum5 Silk shirt are a BIG NO HUGE.6 Italian cars rule even in jolly olde England Ferrari s, Lamborghini s, Maserati, but never Bentley s, Rolls Royce and the car to trump them all, the Aston Martin And love laughs at the French autos Yeah, a 6 4 Greek tycoon is going to unwind out of a Citroen I don t think so.7 Virginal heroines live in messy and vine covered cottages.9 Men British that have an old school club they can go to for dinner, cards, MORE brandy, and even sleep. Dear Vicky,Things Are Just The Same Here My Life Is Mapped Out For Years Ahead With A Chance Of Anything ChangingAs She Wrote Those Words To Her Best Friend, Angel Had No Idea That A Gorgeous Stranger Was About To Turn Her World Upside Down Hunter Ryan Was Rich And Famous, Surely Not The Kind Of Man To Look Twice At Angel Yet He Was A Rock To Lean On When Her Younger Brother Fell Sick And Soon His Face Began To Haunt Her Dreams He Teased Angel For Not Living Up To Her Name If Only He D Realize He Was The First Man Ever To Touch Her Heart I am a huge fan of Helen Brooks, and she is almost always an automatic buy for me I find that she really pens a beautiful story and writes such delightful characters I think I enjoy her work so much because I find that she steps out of the stereotypical mold and creates real people who fall in love and find their way towards each other However, I didn t find that to be the case with this book The story line was enjoyable, but the characters fell far short of expectation They were like the typical HP mold with uncontrollable passions towards people you would typically hate, and anatomical descriptions of body parts on fire that were rather silly.Maybe I am just too old to remember, but I honestly can t ever recall my nipples standing at attention when I got close to a good looking guy.Took a little bit than that I was disappointed to find this author falling into that trap Oh well. Two and a half stars She s a self sacrificing, exquisitely beautiful virgin, whereas he s bitter, cynical and a womanizer who is much older He falls in love with her, resents it, and stalks her makes her miserable You know the drill.Fairly enjoyable if you don t mind the h having ZERO personality. I ve now breezed through a number of Brooks backlist and the ones I ve chosen share similar themes characters 1 Older mid late 20s early 30s female virgins2 Older, experienced heroes think mid late 30s3 Heroes who only want no strings relationships due to some woman who done them wrong in the past4 Heroines who are attractive but don t necessarily see themselves as such or don t care about their looks5 Heroines are amazingly perceptive about the heroes past and can see the good man underneath it all6 Kissing and fade to black sex7 Conflicts that could ups be cleared up quickly if the heroine just explained herselfIf you want a very quick read and I mean seriously quick with a HEA and tea Brooks is British , give this a whirl Bonus it s on Open Library. Angels Do Have Wings is the story of Hunter and Angel yes, really Angel spends her days working minor jobs for the hospital with little to no excitement and taking care of her younger brother Toby since her parents death until an accident leads her to cross paths with Hunter Hunter is a surgeon and ruthless to the T Scarred by a traumatic past, he is used to getting what he wants until he comes across the angelic diva Many verbal spars ahead, when Toby falls sick it is Hunter who steps in to help.Misunderstandings, defense mechanisms, crazy brooding hero, innocent firecracker heroine fill this tale of love and lust I wish the story would have been way better if they communicated and didnt spend all the time pushing each other away.Sweet epilogue Safe3.5 5 From the opening pages we are shown what an explosive relationship Angel and Hunter are about to have Angel knows Hunter is powerful but she s not about to let him bully her or weaken her resolve not to get involved with him But at every turn, it seems that he s there just when she needs him to be Hunter tries to convince himself that all he feels for Angel is an almost all comsuming attraction It takes some pushing on Angel s part to show him that there s much much Their sparks leapt off the pages and I read this one in one sitting Available on Open Library.This book had so many high ratings, so I was eagerly waiting to read it, however it just didn t do it for me.The heroine is a beautiful, hard working young woman who is caring for her 12 year old brother after the untimely death of their parents Times are hard but they make do,They meet the Hero when he crashes into her parked car, but it turns out he was avoiding her brother, who ran into the street They have a shouting match, but soon after, the Hero is making known his attraction to her, and makes a pass Later he finds out about their tragic circumstances and tries to smooth things for them Soon after, he sees her with some friends and offers her a ride home and he makes a pass again The Hero is the usual alpha, sampling lots of ladies, committing to none He obviously also wants to sample the heroine despite all her objections None of this is unusual in an HP except that this guy was the doctor of her brother I kinda expected better behaviour anyway.The young brother has a heart condition, so they need the expert services of doctor Hero He convinces the heroine to move into his house, while the brother is confined, ostensibly so he can take care of her uh huh yes Of course he makes yet another pass, on her first night there I found it so creepy how he would forcibly make love to her, especially at her most vulnerable moments It was all just so unethical I didn t really like the Hero.Of course in the end, the explanation is he was just too obsessed with her so he wasn t thinking straight and he hated her for making him feel too much blah blah blah But now he wants to get married and have babies with her He also promises to take care of the brother, so HEA.

About the Author: Helen Brooks

Rita Bradshaw was born on 1950 in Northampton, England, where she was educated as a good Christian She met Clive, her husband, at the age of 16 andnow the magic is still there They have three lovely children, Cara, Faye, and Benjamin, and have always had a menagerie of animals in the house, which at the present is confined to two endearing and very comical dogs who would make a great double act on TV The children, friends, and pets all keep the house buzzing and the food cupboards empty but Helen wouldn t have it any other way She still lives today in Northampton with her family Although having enjoyed some wonderful holidays abroad she has never been tempted to live anywhere else, although she rather likes the idea of a holiday home close to the sea one day.Being a committed Christian and fervent animal lover she finds spare time is always at a premium, but long walks in the countryside with her husband and dogs, meals out followed by the cinema or theatre, reading, swimming, and having friends over for dinner are all fitted in somehow She also enjoys sitting in her wonderfully therapeutic, rambling old garden in the sun with a glass of red wine, under the guise of resting while thinking of course For years, she was a secretary She began writing in 1990 as she approached that milestone of a birthday 40 She realized her two teenage ambitions writing a novel and learning to drive had been lost amid babies and hectic family life, so set about resurrecting them.Her first novel was for Mills and Boon and was accepted after one rewrite in 1992 as Helen Brooks, and she passed her driving test the former was a joy and the latter an unmitigated nightmare She has written 50 novels as well as several sagas as Rita Bradshaw.Since becoming a full time writer she has found her occupation one of pure joy and often surprised when her characters develop a mind of their own but she loves exploring what makes people tick and finds the old adage truth is stranger than fiction to be absolutely true She would love to hear from any readers care of Mills Boon.

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