Falling Angel

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Harlequin Books, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 250 pages
20 Reviews
Devastating the tiny backwater town of Angel Falls in his determination to increase his personal wealth, Emerson Wyatt MacVey begins to see the error of his ways when he hopelessly falls in love with one of his own victims. Reprint.

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User Review  - April Brookshire - Goodreads

When I start an Anne Stuart book, I say to myself, "I hope this book is really weird." And this one did have an Anne Stuart-ish plot, but I never cared much for it or the characters. It was a mix between A Christmas Carol and Ghost. I think I just had too high of expectations of weirdness. Read full review

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This book is so good I've had to buy it 4 times. Every time I've lent it out the person I've lent it to has kept it. Finally I just got to the point where if I decide someone MUST read this book I buy ... Read full review


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Author Anne Stuart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1949 and grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. She had just turned 25 when her first novel, Barrett's Hill, was published in 1974. She has won numerous awards including the Romance Writers of America's Lifetime Achievement Award. She currently lives in Vermont with her husband.

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