Monday, July 17, 2017

HEAVENLY ANGEL by Heather Rainier

Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Date published: February 2011
ISBN: 1610340582
Contemporary, Western, Ménage a Trio
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 3 ½ Hearts

Teresa has come to town with a past that she can’t escape from. She longs to be free and to enjoy her life without having to look over her shoulder. The only safe thing in her life is her son but Angel is determined to be another. He is more than willing to wait for Teresa. Angel can see that she is worth it. When his brother Joaquin comes to town there is nothing that can stop these two cowboys from showing Teresa just what true love is and giving her and her son a family worth loving.

Teresa’s story is a sweet read. Angel and Joaquin are good men who take their time and give Teresa and her son just what they need. The three are good together in and out of the bedroom and the men take easily to being fathers. The love that they have for Teresa and Michael Is evident in all that they do and say. It was nice to see how the men interacted with Teresa’s son Michael. The time that they took in wooing Teresa showed the depth of their love. While it was nice to see Teresa blossom under the love of these two men I was surprised at how quickly she does. She is very naive about sex and men having lived a very sheltered life and when she opens up she truly lets go and quickly. Teresa will let nothing stand in the way of her happy ending and she has the love of her men and the support of her friends to help her.

I enjoyed seeing Grace and Teresa’s relationship deepen as well. Teresa soon finds that she is well loved and has many friends willing to help her. When she needs support the most Teresa does not even have to ask. Her friends are there before she can even think to ask.  It was nice to see everyone come together for each other.  We get to meet new characters and see more from some of the other characters in this world keeping you excited and eager to see what will happen next in Divine.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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