Her Guardian Angel
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When Shelley discovers that her fiance, Brent, is milking money from her father's business, she runs away. Brent hires a detective, Sam, and he eventually finds Shelley whose life is in great danger. Sam vows to protect her, but Shelley suspects that he is lying to her.
Paperback, Large Print, 200 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Ulverscroft
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Plsultar
I found this to be a mildly entertaining book in the genre of Harlequin Romances. Ms. Armstrong seems to have copied the style in what appeared to be a short story. Total reading time was less than 4 hours and that was without my glasses because the large print was large enough for me to see without my glasses. The total number of pages was under 190. It was fast reading and very light reading. As I said, it was like a Harlequin Romance short story, but without the sex. Perhaps the sex might hav...more
Tracy
This is a lovely, quick read based in England. I am really enjoying it - as would my mom to be honest - she is a romance lover :) I will be passing it on to her when I am done it. Very sweet, and innocent so far, love the discription of the meal one night (I lived in England and miss that - roast joint yum!)
Just so sweet, read it in one quick day - just perfect for a cold fall day :) nice!
Sarah Schmitt
I bought the book last night-really needing a sweet romance.
I loved the people and the plot line, all of it was rather exciting, but it was poorly written.
Lot of thing could have been caught had someone just read over it.
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The first story Louise Armstrong ever finished and sent off won the 1993 Crystal Heart Award from the Guild of Romance Writers, and she's been writing sweet romantic comedies ever since. 'I like to look on the light side of life,' she says. 'All my stories feature fun and adventure, and of course, they all have a happy ending.' She writes part time and teaches English Literature part time at a loc...more
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