She finally meets a decent man–after she’s oath-bound never to touch men again!
Rebecca’s life sucked before she became an angel. Crappy apartment, awful jobs, abusive boyfriends–it was no wonder she jumped at the chance to escape it all and become a real live angel. The problem is Rebecca’s not very angelic, and she’ll have to do more to earn her wings than end her love affair with the word f–er, frick.
Especially when she’s assigned to save single father Tony Weis, whose less-than-pure thoughts wreak hell on a telepathic angel’s nerves. It’s all Rebecca can do to keep her hands off him…but when she loses her memory injuring herself to save Tony’s daughter, now it’s Tony’s turn to be her angel and care for her. But will Tony’s devotion tempt her from her angelic path, even if it means being human again?
Diane Alberts has always been a dreamer with a vivid imagination, but it wasn’t until 2011 that she put her pen where her brain was, and became a published author. Since receiving her first contract offer, she has yet to stop writing. Though she lives in the mountains, she really wishes she was surrounded by a hot, sunny beach with crystal clear water. She lives in Northeast Pennsylvania with her four kids, a husband, and a Senegal parrot. In the rare moments when she’s not writing, she can usually be found hunched over one knitting project or another.
She is a multi-published, bestselling author with Entangled Publishing and Decadent Publishing. She has, as of this date, four books with Entangled Publishing, and five books with Decadent Publishing. Her February release with Entangled Publishing, ON ONE CONDITION, hit #18 on the Barnes and Noble Bestseller List.
ReviewRebecca Chance was a angel in training. She still hasn't earned her wings and due to her "sailor" mouth it took nearly twice as long for her to complete her training before she was FINALLY given her first mission which would earn her wings. Upon arriving at her location she is caught by the man whose soul she is trying to save.
Tony Weiss has enough to deal with on his plate, after loosing the family business and then loosing his job as an accountant, and now his home is in foreclosure Tony is feeling like there isn't might left in the world worth fighting for, except his daughter, Miranda. She is the one young and innocent thing left in his dark world. When he catches Rebecca watching him unpack the trailer, hes at first put off by her and tells her to leave. But he thinks she's crazy when she says she's an angel there to save him.
After she reappears in his new home, Tony is still a bit put off, but can't help his unclean thoughts about the beautiful "angel" in front of him. Unfortunately for him, Rebecca can hear his thoughts and she's abash at whats she's hear and sees from him. Seeing that there are boxes everywhere she decides it might just be best to help him put things away. After a while they begin to talk about her mission and Tony is adamant that he'd never do a thing to jeopardize Miranda's welfare. Thus leading the two to a fight and both frustrated beyond belief.
Leave it to a young innocent child, like our endearing Miranda to bring out the best of both Tony and Rebecca. Miranda takes an instant liking to Rebecca who takes it upon herself to help in getting Miranda as pretty as a princess. Tony and Rebecca begin to warm to each other, but with Rebecca hearing Tony's VERY impure thoughts shes getting ideas of her own. One day Rebecca takes Miranda out for a walk while Tony is fuming at her outside after another fight. Things go form picture perfect to nightmare in the blink of an eye when the two are caught in the middle of a face of between police and a criminal. Rebecca is critically shot while protecting Miranda and ends up unconscious and in the hospital.
The aftermath of the shooting leave Rebecca with Amnesia and when she finally awakes in the hospital she is scared at his closeness and Tony is afraid of what would happen to his developing relationship if she ever recovers her memory. with some "Divine intervention" form Rebecca's mentor Tony begins to live as he should, but is also told that her mission has now been completed and once she regains her memory she can leave. Through this he begins focusing on what he has, and not what he lost. He treats Rebecca as any lady wants to be treated, but she still questions how they met, about their relationship, etc. A couple weeks later an unexpected visitor triggers Rebecca's memories to come flooding back and she's PISSED at Tony for using her as she believes he did. He knows that he has to make things right, but can Rebecca forgive him and will there me a possible future for them after this? You HAVE TO read to find it its that good! a STRONG 4 Stars for Divinely Ruined.