Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Review: Heavenly Angel by Heather Rainier

Heavenly Angel by Heather Rainier

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Angel Martinez has worked patiently for months to draw the fragile beauty out of her shell, wooing her with gentle kindness and falling for her delightful two-year-old in the process.

Teresa left her painful past behind and built a new life for her and her son. She cares deeply for Angel, but is afraid to let down her guard. Just when she thinks she might be able to handle the flirtatious Divine Creek Ranch foreman, a holiday visitor arrives and throws her for a loop. Fresh from a one-night stand, self-confessed ‘rodeo slut’ bull-rider Joaquin Martinez shows up at his brother’s house Christmas Eve, and finds out for himself what love at first sight feels like.

She could barely handle one. Now she’s got two Martinez brothers after her. Can she forget the past and fall for both her heavenly Angel and his handsome, devilish brother?

Monica's Review

Get ready to just fall in love with this storyline. From the moment that you start reading this book there will be a little boy that will captivate your heart. He is just adorable, just like the two cowboys that are seeking to be part of Teresa’s heart. Angel and Joaquin are going to be excellent fathers to Michael and will care for him and love him just the way they love Teresa, if she will allow it. I love how the storyline was written of a single mom with her child and how her life came to be. She has a rough living after her traumatic experience and how she never gave up in order to provide for her child. After getting to know her love of her life she was able to open her heart to Angel but can she be that open to Joaquin after just meeting him?

Teresa is in love with Angel Martinez and she decides to finally take the bull by the horn so to speak. After so much that they have shared together it is about time she took the next step. Teresa made such great progress in building her self-confidence with the help of one special friend, Grace. She learned so many things that were taken from her when she was younger that she glows from the emotion. Teresa was able to take her time in trusting Angel with her life and also with Michael’s that she fell madly and deeply in love with him. I loved how the next character, Joaquin, was able to win her heart so easily but because she started healing and trusting what her heart said, and not only that, but she had her self-esteem soaring high. That is one thing that I admired about her, that no matter what, she was able to face her past and confront it head on and she won.

I know that I should just give some detail on her two lovers and I will give her a little sneak peek of who they are but I have to hand it to Ms. Rainier, Michael won my heart. He is a handsome 2 ½ year old little cowboy that is just out of this world. He will have you laughing so hard that you truly think you will wet your pants. He is handsome, adorable little cowboy that loves to imitate Angel and Joaquin in the way they speak, walk and even flirt. That little cowboy will be a heartbreaker. Especially since his favorite way of addressing a woman is saying their name and ending it with baby and he will be making any woman proud out on the dance floor.

Now for the two handsome cowboys that exist in this book, Angel and Joaquin, what can be said about them? They are HOT, HOT, HOT. Each brother has a different story to deal and holds a special place in Teresa’s heart. They are sweet, kind and willing to wait for as long as needed for Teresa to be comfortable with both of them. They are perfect gentlemen. They show her how a man should make love to a woman and how they are to please her first and not themselves. They are able to show her every fantasy that she has and more. Angel and Joaquin each had a truly romantic way of wooing Teresa and admired them for how calm and relaxing they were. They were truly raised by perfect gentlemen.

They all three have a chemistry that is sizzling and they make the perfect family. Each character brings the storyline together and makes it perfect. I won’t spoil things, but I do have to say that Ms. Rainier did an excellent ending with Teresa, Angel and Joaquin that I have been waiting for since reading the Series of Divine Creek Ranch. I recommend this book to anyone willing to read a good romance book, you will not be disappointed.

5 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Chrissie (Nay) said...

What a wonderful review. I just started reading Heather's books and can't wait to get to this one now.


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