Review: Morning My Angel by Sue Brown (Angel Enterprises #1)


Note: This ebook was provided by the author via Signal Boost Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Author Sue Brown opens her romantic suspense series entitled Angel Enterprises, set mostly in London but with bits of it in Seattle as well, with Morning My Angel. Readers are introduced to Josh Cooper just as he starts his day with a "Morning, Angel" message from his "Charlie", someone who also happens to work in CDR, the security agency that employs Josh as an analyst. Josh and "Charlie" have been exchanging messages for two years but Josh has never met the online persona he's been crushing on. When Josh and his team are sent to London to look for a missing investor in the agency, he's partnered with a senior agent named Cal, who's absolutely cocky and overbearing, but there's an underlying attraction that simmers between them. How does Josh between the very real, flesh and bone Cal and the sweet and caring Charlie? Oh, and then there's the fact that a killer is on the loose.

This was a pleasant surprise of a story! There was as much suspense as there was romance--and that in itself had an air of mystery to it as well, thanks to the whole "Charlie" angle--and everything was paced well. The whole online romance between "Charlie" and his "Angel" was cute...and then it got kinda dirty, and hey, I'm all for dirty. The timing of the transition was interesting, although I had already figured out whatever needed figuring out way before that. The mystery as to who was behind everything that was going on was one of my favorite things about the book. I had someone on my suspect list for a good portion of the book, but I was thrown for a loop when the revelation came along. Everything that needed to be resolved was kinda-sorta-maybe resolved, but then I read books one and two in succession, so I'm suggesting you do the same as well. Morning My Angel garners 4.5 stars. ♥

Date Read: 31 March 2017

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