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    A "fallen in love" angel

    I bought Fallen Angel, by Patricia Puddle, a while ago, and on the strength of that I have just bought this box set which includes Fallen Angel, as I am keen to read the others now. So at the moment I felt I just had to pause and post my review of Fallen Angel, as follows...... I believe that The Good Lord gave us a sense of humour on purpose. He knew how difficult it would be to face the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" that were coming our way. So what better survival tool than a sense of humour? And hasn't it been said often enough that laughter is the best medicine? It is obvious from reading this book that the author and her creations have an excellent sense of humour. A sophisticated one. So they are doing nothing more than making full use of a God-given gift. One of the main reasons why we find it easy to believe in angels is because they are so much like human beings, and Devlin is nothing more and nothing less than a reflection of an amusing, very human, human being. If, in the hereafter, I could achieve even a fraction of the heady freedom and abilities that Devlin possesses, well, I can hardly wait! I mean, who wouldn't want to skyrocket over the Pacific Ocean at night! I love this writer's zany sense of humour which, coupled by a fertile imagination makes the narrative soar to all the heights that Devlin could ever hope to reach using his "dusky wings"! And I've always fancied the idea of guardian angels. It's also a great idea to suppose that the male angel could fall in love with a female human being to an extent when he would want to be her protector for evermore! A thoroughly enjoyable read!
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