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Author: Heather Graham
ISBN13: 978-0440176367
Title: Sensuous Angel (Candlelight Ecstasy Romance, No 359)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Dell Publishing; 1st edition (July 1985)

Sensuous Angel (Candlelight Ecstasy Romance, No 359) by Heather Graham

Paperback, Candlelight Ecstasy Romance 192 pages. Published July 28th 1985 by Dell Publishing. 0440176360 (ISBN13: 9780440176367). Heather was a founding member of the Florida Romance Writers chapter of RWA and, since 1999, has hosted the Romantic Times Vampire Ball, with all revenues going directly to children's charity. B. Dalton, Georgia Romance Writers, Affaire de Coeur, Romantic Times, and more

Sensuous Angel (Candlelight Ecstasy Romance, No 359).

1985) (A book in the Donna Miro and Lorna Doria series) A novel by Heather Graham. He swore like a truck driver, tackled would-be muggers like a demon, andswept her into his arms like the devil himself.

Common KnowledgePublisher SeriesCandlelight Ecstasy Romance. Publisher Series: Candlelight Ecstasy Romance. Sensuous Angel by Heather Graham. 359. Interior Designs by Carla Neggers.

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Publisher: Dell Publishing. Bargain with the Devil (Candlelight Ecstasy Romance) Jayne Castle Dell Publishing 1981-09-23 217 pages Other EPUB. Hunter Manning seeks revenge on Paul Rylan who destroyed his father several years ago. His revenge is in seducing Paul's son's Eric's wife hoping to destroy their marriage.

Her best friend in danger, a young woman's search for her will take her into the dark heart of New York's criminal underground - and into the arms of an unlikely hero

The lovely heiress to an olive oil empire, Donna Miro is gravely worried about her best friend, Lorna, who seems to be missing. Having traveled to New York to find the missing Lorna, Donna finds herself trapped in the city's seedy underbelly - until an unexpected man comes to her aid. Father Luke Trudeau, the most unusual priest she has ever met, has the mouth of a sailor and the brawn to go with it. Luke offers Donna help, and he seems to know things about the city - and the dangerous people in it - that might lead them to Lorna. But how can Donna trust this beguiling stranger when all along he has seemed to know more than he is letting on?

Reviews: 7
Fun read. Stand-alone that is easy to follow. Romance, mystery and a happily ever after.

Interesting storyline of faith, religion and physic abilities.

Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking and snarky dialogue.

No desire to re-read this story. I am always interested in other works by this author.
This was written over 30 years ago, at the beginnings of her career. She got much better later. This was too wordy, as far as the love story went, but a good story.
Good story line. Just enough romance without distraction from the mystery. Good lead characters. Very good use of setting to add to the mystery and suspense.
As usual, this author delivers a great story!
Good read :-)
Sensuous Angel is a hard book to explain. It mixes religion, police, friendship, and love in a tale that starts off slow as heck but once it started moving it started to make more sense, until the FMC started to have several "too stupid to live" moments and requires rescue... of the divine intervention nature.

Donna lost touch with her friend Lorna who was in New York, and Lorna's last letter was written from a hospital with only one name as crew: Andrew. Donna is rich enough that she'd just head to New York and tried to find Lorna by herself... WITHOUT backup. Police had nothing, and she walked into the wrong neighborhood and was mugged... then was saved by Father Luke, who's handsome as sin, strong, and capable of violence if need be. NOT a typical Catholic priest, for sure. (It was much later we learned he's actually Episcopalian)

Turns out Father Luke does know where Andrew may be... but he wants Donna to trust him on faith and he will try to find Andrew for a little explanation. In the meanwhile, Father Luke managed to seduce Donna... not carnally, but merely... by his presence and touch. Obviously, both have lots and lots of secrets, and why Lorna disappeared but is safe, why is Luke out so late at night at times, etc.

The problem is Donna is NOT the kind of person that trusts, even on faith, and finding out Father Luke is NOT Catholic made Donna not to trust him despite he had never lied when questioned. As not to spoil the story completely, let's just say that Luke occasionally helps the police on certain matters using his God-given talent, and Donna, not the trust type, had to see for herself by invoking the trope "follow that taxi!" to follow Luke to criminals, and got Luke injured. Upon going home, she was kidnapped by people who're after Lorna... and this is where Luke's Godgiven gift comes in.

The romance is sweet, and the mystery, which is not as much of a mystery, was peeled back layer by layer, but the need for divine intervention and the constant yacking about faith, "trust me I know what I am doing", "I can't tell you why, just trust me"... gets a bit tiresome, esp. when Donna is an impulsive gal that just cannot let things go.
I had almost no idea what was going on-and I hate the feeling of knowing what's gonna happen, so I loved it. Only thing it left me wanting is more extrapolation of the various story layers. Considering today's fascination, this could've been a series, not unlike a very popular similar tv series.
I enjoyed this book, more so because the characters are named Lorna and Donna. Both are my name's. Story was well written as always. Looking forward to reading Lorna' s story.