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Book Review: How to Seduce An Angel in 10 Days by Saranna DeWylde

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Saranna DeWylde is the Steve Jobs of the paranormal romance world, albeit, she does don an erotic cap with her literary arsenal, but this woman is a magical, pioneering, whimsical, and heart stirring storyteller. DeWylde’s talent is limitless, and she is a magnificent wordsmith who always brings a rousing, fresh, energy to her stories.

Tally is my favorite character (and I love them all) in DeWylde’s 10 Days series, but there is something a little extra and familiar with this dynamo. And just the thought of Falcon melts my caramels…and there is only one human that actually can accomplish that feat when his name crosses my mind. Just keepin’ it real!

A provocative, imaginative, peppery paranormal setting melded with a sensual, intellectual, charming, and whimsical love story makes this outing a riveting triumph!

GOT ANGEL?

Drusilla “Tally” Tallow does. Both fallen and otherwise because she’s got ten days of Heavenly and Infernal Parole after knocking Falcon Cherrywood from his broom. All Tally desired was to settle down with a enjoyable warlock, have children, and grow old together. But she’s got a tendency for falling for the decadent warlock. She faults Cupid. What makes matters worse and a bit complicated, is the Heavenly Parole Officer is none other than the heart outlaw himself—the recently selected Cupid and existing feature in all her imaginations, Falcon Cherrywood.

After thrashing Cupid with a fireball, Falcon Cherrywood must now step into the role of the Diapered Archer. Falcon can’t contemplate anything more mortifying than soaring around in pink wings firing arrows into forsaken chumps. Archery was never his forte, and Falcon doesn’t even have faith in love. However, Falcon is taken aback by Tally and all her “Tallyisms” and all of the disconcerting emotions his scandalously alluring parolee sets off in him. The beguiling Tally has the omnipotence to make Falcon consider there may just be such a thing as Happily Ever After.

Sparkling, sharp dialogue, sensual heat, and outstanding descriptions are the strengths of the dynamic DeWylde’s exciting, sophisticated, flirty, and humorous storyline. DeWylde delivers the goods flawlessly in How to Seduce An Angel in 10 Days, and you will laugh out loud, wipe your eyes at this entertaining installment, but be advised it is best read in series order so as to not miss a precious literary line.

How to Seduce An Angel in 10 Days is a smoldering, uproarious, well-crafted paranormal romance rife with an ingenious cast of characters, vibrant environs and innovative world building that cements DeWylde as the legendary Queen in the land of Paranormal Romance.

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