review: Angel Be Good by Kathy Carmichael

Angel Be Good cover artAngel Be Good

by Kathy Carmichael

(My review copy came from Kathy herself)

Romance author Kathy Carmichael’s Christmas themed paranormal romance novella Angel Be Good centers a sexy little story of love and redemption around ex-soldier and new angel Daphne Jones who isn’t too keen on the angel thing–not too happy at all that she’s you know, dead–and wants desperately to get back to Earth and her mother and father, and live out her life. She might be able to if, she’ll do a little job for the Heavenly Council first. What do they want of her? She’s got to o convince crotchey business owner Nat Danvers (son of her former CO) to change his ways before he ends up in hell. She once knew the young man’s father, so how hard could it be? The little fact that thirty years have passed between then and now can’t be insurmountable, can it? If she can convince him, her superiors have promised her another chance at the life she lost in Vietnam.

The trouble is, Nat has no interest in his fellow man, save what they can add to his coffers, no interest in love at all, thanks to some poor choices in his past, and even less interest in entertaining an angel. Even one that looks as good as Daphne.

Poor Daphne has one night—Christmas eve—to change his mind. No one warned her she might end up losing her heart to the tough love case that is Nat. Can she convince him? And what’ll happen then? This is a sweet, sexy, and by turns sad, offering from Kathy Carmichael that mixes a little bit of Christmas Carol, with a little bit of It’s a Wonderful Life. If you’d like to check it out, it’s available for paperback and Kindle via Amazon, and for Nook via and from

I think you will like this one. 🙂


There’s a slightly different version at the Examiner, if you’d be so kind as to give it a click here.


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