Release date: May 05
Angel's Paradise was voted Best African American novel by Romantic Times Magazine. (February 2006) Angelique writes a stunning story says Robi of RT. she further says, "this book is fast paced and filled with danger and powerful emotions certain to penetrate readers hearts.
thank you Robi.
This book can be purchased from genesis-press.com or any bookstore online or tradiional.
Looking at the beautiful woman in front of him, his breath caught in his throat. He was at a loss for words. He'd only come to this function to see her, and now he was too nervous to speak.
As she gazed at the smooth, clean shaven, face and the salt and pepper twisted locks, she remembered the soft touch of his hands on hers. Her eyes took in every part of his face that had become so much more handsome than when they were together. She could see the maturity in his eyes. Those soft, alluring eyes.Then her eyes rested on his lips. The soft sweet lips that had touched hers so many times, evoking so much passion. she stopped herself. No, no this is madness. She had to hold her ground. In a desperate attempt to steel herself, she knew she had to show him that she was over him. But was she really?
(excerpt from Angel's Paradise)
No one could have stopped Angel from vacationing in beautiful Jamaica, and no one told her that her vacation would become a nightmare when her friend was murdered in cold blood before her very eyes. Shooting the man who murdered her friend, she retreated to the mountains of Portland where she was thrown into unfamiliar territory. All the rules she lived by would be dashed. She became a mother for a five-year old child of a Rastafarian tribe deep into the mountains of Portland.
There she would rethink her entire way of life and learn the true history of her people, by a people who did not believe in violence but who would protect her, a stranger at the risk of their own lives. There she would fall in love again with the man who'd once broken her heart, and in the interim, he would learn as much from her as she would from him.