"A refreshingly unique"time travel" (loosely speaking) reincarnation romance"
Though not totally sure, Carolly Hanson assumes that she
must be an angel because she has been reincarnated several
times into new lives. Because she feels she must be God's
messenger, Carolly tries to help people in whatever
reincarnation she finds herself in, but her Good Samaritan
efforts are futile failures.
This time Carolly lands in 1815 England where she finds
her next target the aristocratic James Northram. James
thinks that someone beat Carolly when she lands on Earth
though it was her normal reaction when she starts a new
life. Still going against his nature he offers her
sanctuary. Soon James is attracted to his charming,
witty, and crazy guest. He cannot believe that Carolly
has no intension of using some sort of lunatic ruse to
force him to marry her. Worse, James hates the parade of
females she sends his way because nutcase or not his true
love is the matchmaking angel that he found mysteriously
in his arms.
ALMOST AN ANGEL is a refreshingly unique"time travel"
(loosely speaking) reincarnation romance that fans who
delight in something rather different will want to read.
Carolly is an interesting protagonist, a characterization
of Handel's Spring, as she has not yet learned why she has
been reincarnated several times. James is a great
counterpoint struggling to remain a brooding individual,
but failing due to the optimism of the woman he
cherishes. Katherine Greyle furbishes a unique take that
paranormal romance readers will devour.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 18, 2003