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Texas Weddings #5

Angel Incognito

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Determined to prove she can be a good reporter, Angelina Fuentes begs her boss for one big story: She plans to tug L. A. 's heartstrings by exposing a group of con men. To get the scoop, Angel must go undercover as a cleaning woman. Peter Campbell believes wealth has corrupted his father's character - that the older man no longer cares for the down-and-out. To prove that he's nothing like his father, Peter throws himself into working with the needy. When Angel and Peter cross paths in a most unusual way, assumptions bury the truth. Will Peter allow the Lord to remove his mask of good works to reveal a secret heart of pride? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents

169 pages, Paperback

First published June 1, 2004

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Janice Thompson

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Welcome to the wacky, wonderful world of inspirational author Janice Hanna Thompson, where romantic comedy rules the day! I hope you love to laugh, because I make it my goal to tickle your funny bone at every turn in my light-hearted tales.

Whether you’re looking for inspirational romance, quirky cozy mysteries, light-hearted historicals or fun books for younger readers, you will find it here. You will also find an abundance of non-fiction books, guaranteed to ease life’s burdens.

Why do I focus on the light-hearted stuff? Because life is hard! My readers lead busy, chaotic lives and need those special “Calgon, Take Me Away!” moments! Providing “Love, Laughter and Happily Ever Afters” brings me great delight. Lest you think it’s all fluff, think again!

Woven between the lines of each cheerful tale you will find the ultimate love story, one guaranteed to stir your soul and get your heart fluttering. Talk about a real happily ever after! There’s something for everyone on my site, so settle back in your chair, grab a cup of Earl Grey tea, and get ready to discover a light-hearted approach to life!

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Profile Image for Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls).
1,592 reviews3,470 followers
November 10, 2017
About this book:

“Sometimes discovering who you're falling for is half the fun! Determined to prove she can be a good reporter, Texas girl Angelina Fuentes begs her boss for one big story: She plans to do the unthinkable. . .expose a group of identity thieves. To get the scoop on these con-men, Angel must go undercover as a cleaning woman in the Galveston area. Peter Campbell (Galveston resident) believes wealth has corrupted his father's character - that the older man no longer cares for the down-and-out. To prove that he's nothing like his father, Peter throws himself into working with the needy. When Angel and Peter cross paths in a most unusual way, assumptions bury the truth. Will Peter allow the Lord to remove his mask of good works to reveal a secret heart of pride?”

Series: Book #5 in the “Texas Weddings” series. Reviews of Book #1 Here!, #2 Here!, #3 Here and #4 Here!

Spiritual Content- Many Scriptures are read, mentioned, remembered, & prayed; Bible reading; Many Prayers & Thanking God; Church going & a sermon; Many talks about God; ‘H’s are capital when referring to God; Many mentions of God; Many mentions of prayers, praying, & thanking God; Mentions of those & events in the Bible; Mentions of churches, church going, kid’s church, services, sermons, & pastors; Mentions of witnessing; Mentions of faiths & believing; Mentions of Christian ministries; Mentions of angels; A few mentions of a Bible study; A few mentions of worship songs; A couple mentions of miracles; A mention of a spiritual mentor; A mention of a cross necklace.

Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘stupid’; Passing out; Mentions of con-men, crimes, thievery, identity theft, & stealing; Mentions of lies & lying; A few mentions of prisons, jails, & gambling debts; A couple mentions of an almost divorce; A mention of a drug problem; A mention of cigarettes; A mention of tattoos; A mention of seagulls that died from ingesting paint.

Sexual Content- two cheek kisses, a barely-above-not-detailed kiss, and four semi-detailed kisses; Noticing; Mentions of flirts & being checked out; A few mentions of jealousy; A mention of a man hitting on girls; Love, falling in love, & the emotions;
*Note: A mention of a woman’s plunging neckline.

-Angelina “Angel” Fuentes, age 22
- Peter Campbell
P.O.V. switches between them
154 pages

Pre Teens- One Star
New Teens- Two Stars
Early High School Teens- Three Stars
Older High School Teens- Four Stars
My personal Rating- Four Stars
This was such a fun read! Oh my goodness, the second hand embarrassment was crazy high! A ton of Spiritual Content and Janice Thompson humor made this an enjoyable read! :)

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720 reviews11 followers
July 1, 2017
I enjoyed this charming, quick-to-read book! Angel's boss claims she is too sweet to be a reporter until she is given a last chance. She is determined to help an elderly lady who was swindled out of all her money, so she poses as a cleaning lady to get evidence to stop this unethical and illegal operation. Meanwhile, Peter is proud not to be prideful, and feels drawn to Angel, but perceives that she is homeless, Godless and needing help. The ending in the dumpster is appropriate - read to find out why!
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741 reviews
August 2, 2016
In my opinion, this book tops the list of Janice Thompson books. Angel wants to be the best reporter she can be. She is a petite girl and has a lot to prove, both to herself and to her boss. But how far will she go? Will she put her life on the line for a story? She meets the most handsome man as he saves her from sure death in a dumpster. You must read the book to find out why she was there and how he saved her. How many times have you yelled at the characters in a book, "If you'd just talk and listen to one another, all your troubles would be solved."? Janice expertly keeps certain conversations from happening in a most clever way. The characters start to talk it out, but circumstances prevent it from happening. They both have misconceptions about each other. This book teaches us not to trust our first impressions, quit pointing a finger at someone when three fingers are pointing at you, and trust God and listen to Him. The ending of the book brought us to the beginning again. I just loved it.

I was give a copy of this book by the author for proofreading and an honest review. Than you, Janice, for another great read.
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13 reviews11 followers
June 30, 2012
Angel Fuentes and Peter Campbell meet in the oddest of ways, in a trash dumpster. Even though they have just meet they instantly fall in love with each other. Although neither will admit it to the other. This story is exciting and I just read straight through it. In this story you see how God can bring people together in the most unsuspecting ways. Janice Thompson has written another wonderful novel, a must read.
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September 28, 2012
Angel is a reporter working undercover when she finds herself in a dumpster being rescued by the garbageman Peter. Peter thinks she's a homeless criminal, and Angel later thinks he's involved in the crime she's trying to unravel! Will they ever get their communication on the same wavelength? [A little cheesy and unbelievable, but fun to read.]
Profile Image for Deb Brammer.
Author 13 books23 followers
August 9, 2016
This was a sweet Christian romance. I liked the fact that Angel Fuentes was sweet and innocent rather than tough and hard-hitting. I'm not sure, however, that the evidence Angel collected to solve the mystery was collected in a way that would be admissible in a court of law. Still, it was a sweet story. It also seemed a bit implausible in places, but it was a nice read.
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August 11, 2016
I totally enjoyed this story. It was cute, funny, and, at the same time, a little upsetting. Angel has so much compassion, she seems to be a pushover to her boss. Peter has much compassion, except for his father. How these two meet and what happens will keep you laughing and, possibly, teary eyed at the same time. Great read and I highly recommend it.
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January 23, 2016
A unique story that had me reading from beginning to end with anticipation and joy. I loved this story so much and loved the inspirational thread running through out the book.
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