Publisher: Bella Books
Angel’s Touch is a paranormal story that brings together familiar themes – financial interests versus preservation. In this case, it’s the preservation of sacred land near a spa.
Kira Wagner specializes in developing property, selling it and moving on to the next place. This time she has settled in Piper Beach where she wants to renovate a hotel and build a spa for women. Megan McLaren is the best masseuse in town and Kira wants to hire her for the spa.
Megan agrees to consult with Kira on the building of the spa, but her reason is to protect the ley lines, power lines where angels gather, that run through the property. Megan believes in angels, past lives and soul mates. She uses that knowledge to deliver a healing touch with her massages, but she also knows there is a downside. She and Kira have known each other before, more than once, and the endings have never been happy. As the women develop feelings for each other the problem becomes that Kira cannot understand Megan’s resistance and Megan doesn’t know how to explain what she experiences to Kira or why the land is so important.
Angel’s Touch is a well written romance with a slightly different plot line. The reader isn’t required to suspend much belief to feel the story is realistic. The characters are interesting and the book is well produced. The book was quick to read and provided a few hours of good entertainment. Overall it was quite enjoyable.