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Kiss an Angel
Kiss an Angel | Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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How did pretty, flighty Daisy Devreaux find herself in this fix? She can either go to jail or marry the mystery man her father has chosen for her. Alex Markov, however, has no intention of playing the loving bridegroom to a spoiled little featherhead with champagne tastes. As humorless as he is deadly handsome, he drags the irrepressible Daisy away from her uptown life and sets out to tame her. Except it won't be as easy as he thinks. This man without a soul has met a woman who's nothing but heart. Will vows spoken in haste shatter . . . or offer the promise of love everlasting?
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MaidaMalby
Kiss an Angel | Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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Five angelic stars. The textbook on character development, Kiss an Angel has memorable characters, outstanding dialogue, adorable pets, and one of the best grovels ever. Funny and angsty all at the same time, this has become one of my favorite contemporary romance novels of all time.

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MaidaMalby
Kiss an Angel | Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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"I take thee...to be my awful wedded husband..."
-Daisy Devreaux to Alex Markov

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swishandflick
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As far as I'm concerned, SEP is the crème de la crème of the romcom genre. I adore all of her books so, so much and love to revisit from time to time.

Kiss an Angel is one of my absolute favorites of hers and was just what I was in the mood for today! A traveling circus, witty, loveable characters (and animals!), and steamy chemistry involving a brooding, sexy Russian performer whose act involves mastering a whip? Yes, please! ?? #romantsy

SaraPortman Agreed! SEP is tops in romcom ❤️ 3y
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stacybmartin
Kiss an Angel | Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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The last one of my SEP weekend binge. Sometimes setting can make the book - this one takes place in a traveling circus. So much fun.