"A fun paranormal romance"
Two years ago, associate lawyer Katerina Piretti's beloved
fiancé, Baltimore Sun investigative reporter Peter Dulaney,
committed suicide. Kat has had problems accepting the
official verdict, especially since she suffers from dreams
in which Peter asks for her help.
On Secretary's Day, Kat takes the office assistant to the
renowned ANGEL CAFÉ where owner Stephen Carmichael performs
a reading that she can see is bogus until he says that
Peter did not kill himself. Stephen hires Tia Melody whose
readings seem so accurate she begins to have a fan
following to see if she can 'see' more for Kat. As Peter
and Kat fall in love, they struggle with happenings that
seem more appropriate for the Twilight Zone rather than the
lives of a lawyer and a restaurateur.
This paranormal romance will make true believers out of the
most cynical of doubters that there is another "realm" out
there. The story line moves a bit slow at first as Jill
Morrow insures the audience fully understands the motives
and concerns of the lead protagonists and some support
players, and Tia's "gift". This is a special treat, so
much so, sub-genre fans will visit ANGEL CAFÉ for more than
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 20, 2003