Friday, February 14, 2014

Fallen Angel by Lisa Swinton book review

Fallen Angel
Antonio does not believe in love at first sight until he sees her fall into a street in Milan and get hit by a motorcycle. Compelled to know if she can return his affection, he becomes Renatta’s hospital volunteer only to learn that the accident erased her memory. Together they must discover her past, present and future. In the way of happily ever after stand her opera career, tyrannical mother, and fiancé.  Antonio must win Renatta’s heart before she bends to the will of her mother and marries Marcello.  Failure means a lifetime of loneliness, for love at first sight never happens twice.  

My Thoughts

I loved the characters in this story!  Antonio is the perfect male lead with his instant love for his angel and how he becomes a volunteer just to be close to her!  He is such a sweetheart that I found it difficult to think that anyone wouldn't like him!  Then Renatta and her sister Chiara have a great bond that I loved to read about!  What a great set of sisters!  I could have done without the Marcello lake scene, and the drinking, but I've never been to Italy, so I don't know what it's like there.  Either way, I'm looking forward to the next book!


You can buy it here on Amazon!   

About the Author
Lisa Swinton caught the romance bug early by way of fairy tales and hasn’t been able to cure it since. Instead, she feeds her addiction with romance novels and films. In between being a doctor’s wife and mother of two, she occasionally puts her B.A. in Musical Theater to good use via community theater, church choir and teaching the art of singing. In her elusive spare time she enjoys researching her family tree and baking (especially with chocolate). She loves to travel, Jane Austen, and all things Italian. In her next life, she plans to be a professional organizer



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I was provided this book for review purposes and was not paid for my opinions!  They are my very own and can't be bought!

1 comment:

  1. Yes, part of the fun reading this was the perfect male lead that we all fantasized adores us that much!

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