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Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch)
Daemon's Angel - Angel's Touch
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
ISBN-13: 9780505520265
ISBN-10: 0505520265
Publication Date: 5/1995
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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gremlin avatar reviewed Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch) on
Helpful Score: 4
Normally I enjoy Sherrilyn Kenyon's work, particularly her Dark-Hunters, and even her historical romances written as Kinley MacGregor, but I could not get into this book. The whole time I was making myself read it, rather than enjoying it. To me, it felt like a clumsy first novel. First she wants him, and he avoids her. Then he wants her, and she avoids him. Oh no, we can't be together, etc. Bleh. Plus since she's an angel cursed into human form, there's a lot of talk about God and his mysterious ways, and that's generally not what I'm reading a romance novel for.
RoyalCatwoman avatar reviewed Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch) on + 278 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
As a primary angel, Arina didn't have emotions, couldn't feel pain. When she takes the soul of a boy, his mother curses her. Only the death of a loved one in her arms can free Arina from her human body so she can become an angel again.
Daemon, branded and named a demon, only wishes to fight in hopes it will bring his death. Instead, the Norman finds himself the unwilling Lord of Brunneswald Hall. Finding a gorgeous woman who has lost her memory and isn't afraid of him also wasn't part of his plan.
FriscoOBX avatar reviewed Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch) on + 601 more book reviews
A differnet type of kenyon story but interesting and worth the read.
gummy13 avatar reviewed Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch) on
I enjoyed this story as I do all of Ms. Kenyon's books.
CAJUN avatar reviewed Daemon's Angel (Angel's Touch) on + 339 more book reviews
this book speaks for it'self. i really enjoyed and am ready to share it. vj