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by Elizabeth Sinclair

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: MILD

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The fish-out-of-water concept involving an angel on Earth may be familiar, but readers will root for Dora and feel for Penny. Sinclair's sweet tale is a terrific holiday read. It's the perfect book to find under the tree on Christmas morning.

Tony Falcone needs help. Going from bachelor to single father caring for his orphaned niece isn't easy, and neither is running a business. He doesn't need help with the
latter, but a nanny would be useful. When Dora DeAngelo shows up, Tony's thankful. Penny isn't a handful, but he can't seem to connect with the 6-year-old.

Dora has never gotten the hang
of being an angel, so when she presses for an assignment on Earth she's determined to follow all the rules -- no revealing her identity or getting emotionally attached. Using magic, she eases into the Falcone household and bonds with Penny. She's also falling for Tony, but with a Christmas Eve deadline looming, Dora has to get him to admit his love for the girl. When Penny's estranged aunt sues for custody, Dora fears she's failed. But if she can just get some heavenly assistance, she won't be sharpening lightning bolts for all eternity. (MEDALLION, Dec., 360 pp., $7.95)

Reviewed By: Karen Sweeny-Justice

Publisher: Medallion

Published: December 2008

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