Emily Jane Todd has just found her guardian angel. Actually, the small-town librarian had just been stood up by her fiancé when she ran into the errant angel with her car. And while he appears to be unscathed, "Michael" continues to insist that his pedigree is quite legitimate. Emily just hopes his brain hasn't been scrambled in the accident; besides, she's not inclined to believe that an angel could be so dangerously sexy.
I normally enjoy Jude's historical books more than the present day ones. But this is an exception. Emily's a great librarian, making me want to work in my little library again (I volunteered for 3 years). Michael the angel is a delight, and even learning that he has sabotaged her previous life's romances isn't enough to deter me from liking him. Also, this author amuses me with multiple epilogues sometimes. This was one of those. :) Emily reminds me of Kady from Legend, anyhow. Both sweethearts who kinda let themselves be doormats. Which I relate to in a certain way!
posted March 08, 2004
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