Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Review: Trey's Angel by Cooper McKenzie

Trey's Angel by Cooper McKenzie

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Molly James has loved model and newly retired NFL kicker Trey Younger for more than half her life. She knew he'd never thought of her as anything except his little sister's best friend. Trey had loved Molly since her first visit, but wanted to wait for her to grow up before he claimed her.

Before he could confess his love, she joined the Navy and disappeared. Five years later she walks into his thirtieth birthday party dressed as a dark angel and he refuses to let her disappear again. Problem is that in two days Molly leaves for a six-month sea cruise.

Christy's Review

Trey’s Angel is a short but fun read. Molly James and Thomas Remington Endicott Younger, the fourth, aka Trey have been friends for a long time. On Trey’s thirtieth, Molly is invited to attend his party by Trey’s sister Joan.

Trey’s retiring from professional football due to a knee injury. At his birthday party he see’s Molly. He hasn’t seen her for five years and longs to make her his wife.

The plot for this story was quite good and I really liked Molly and Trey. My only qualm with the story is that I wish it would have been a little longer.

3 Tea Cups!


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