Ellie Childs isn’t looking for love. She’s looking for an AC technician for the Forest Wood Senior Center. But, when the repairman happens to be tall, dark, and handsome, he has the goods to make her change her mind. Unfortunately, he’s taken by a blonde Barbie.
David White moved to Cupid, Arkansas, to be closer to the woman he loves, his grandma, and away from his ex-fiancée. Believing his broken heart would never work again, he’s proven wrong. Ellie’s shimmering auburn curls and compassionate nature sends his heart thumping. His mind soars with thoughts of giving love another shot. But as luck would have it, she’s taken, and the guy she’s seeing is a real jerk.
When David’s grandmother sees how perfect Ellie would be for her grandson, she gathers the troops. She and her three friends form Cupid’s Angels. Their mission, to bring David and Ellie together. Despite their best efforts, the Angels’ plans backfire, pushing David and Ellie farther apart and into the arms of others. Or, so they think.
Will the Angels’ good intentions win out, or will their plots and schemes undermine what could have been the love of a lifetime for David and Ellie?
My Rating: 5 stars
Cupid’s Angels by Erin Bevan is exactly what readers want. Here, readers get a taste of a sweet romance that naturally starts to bloom by itself, but needs a little shove in the right direction before it can fully blossom into it’s true beauty. A story that is fast-paced, sweet, and funny. Cupid’s Angels is just like the title. Readers’ interest will be piqued and the pages will keep on turning. Overall, this is a well-written plot that takes readers in deeply and melts their hearts along the way.
Cupid’s Angels is the first contemporary romance story that I have read by Erin Bevan. Erin Bevan’s talent as a writer is extradorinary. The writer’s words drag readers into the book instantly and leave them feeling good. The characters are realistic and their journey is believable. I can’t believe this was fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed following a group of elderly seniors and the two love birds up’s and downs. The attempts in brining the two love birds closer is funny as well as heart melting. Family, friends, and love are the themes found in this exciting adventure. Ellie and David are two protagonists that readers everywhere can relate and connect with. I highly recommend this romantic novel to readers world wide. Also, I look forward to reading more novels by Erin Baven in the future.