Angelique is no ordinary diva. She’s the world’s greatest singer—and mystery. That’s why Brian Andrews, an American investigative reporter at Our World magazine, is assigned to do what others have failed: uncover Angelique’s past and secrets.
But Angelique herself has never known her past and fears that she will never see her future, thanks to a controlling couple who hold her career and life in their tight fists. Raised by nuns in an abbey in France, she has never known freedom. Brian offers her hope by aiding in her escape from her sequestered life, putting his career on the line.
Is he after the glory of the big story, or is he the one person Angelique can finally trust to help her?
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This was quite an entertaining and unique read. I was pulled into the story from the very first page and I found it very difficult to put it down. Special Angel is a beautiful story of love, loss and forgiveness. It depicts the lengths persons will go to just to satisfy their greed and to cover up their wrongs. It shows also the ripple effect one person’s action can have on the lives of those close to them.
I totally fell in love with Angelique. She is a singer with the most beautiful voice who has led a secluded life for most of her years. She is strong, innocent and pure and has been through so much. It made me happy to see her finally gain her freedom and experience love.
My least favourite characters are Morris and Edwina Davidson. It is not possible to go into much detail about these two without giving away the story, so you will just have to read the story for yourself to find out why they disgust me so much.
Special Angel brought out an array of emotions. It made angry, sad and happy. It was a very poignant story that is going to be staying with me for a very long time.
If you love your romance stories with a lot of heart then this book is for you and I hope you enjoy it like I did.