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Angel in my Arms Reviews

“When reading a novel by Ms.Sloane, I know that I will be perusing a novel that has great characters, a suspenseful plot, and scenes that yank at the heartstrings. The Angel in My Arms is the story of two people who are most definitely not looking for love when it finds them. The historical era comes alive under the author’s pen and the characters are vivid individuals who are unique in their mannerisms and dispositions. I truly took pleasure in the humorous role Sarah played as she stumbled and crashed her way through the intricacies of love. You will savor this novel as you read about the passion, danger, and adventure these two characters experience on the road to love.” — Coffee Time Romance and More

“Fabulous . . . everything readers of Regency romance crave.”
— Amanda Quick

“Sloane dazzled with her debut and now cements her reputation with another powerfully emotional, sexually charged love story that will keep you up all night. Her second Regency Rogues novel is an enthralling adventurous tale of smugglers, unexpected passion and dangerous spies: the ingredients for a nonstop read. There’s a bright future ahead for this talented author.” — RT

“Sloane follows The Devil in Disguise with another delightful Regency Rogues novel. Marcus MacInnes, the earl of Weston and a member of an elite spy organization called the Young Corinthians, is not happy when an injury forces him to accept a low-key assignment in a remote country town. There he meets Sarah Elizabeth Tisdale, a clumsy, softhearted “force to be reckoned with” who wears boys’ clothing and isn’t afraid to pursue a man she wants. As Marcus investigates a complex crime involving stolen emeralds and Napoleon, he tries to resist falling in love with both Sarah and the town that rejected him years before. Sarah’s ridiculous escapades and cameos by Marcus’s sarcastic valet and the formidable Lady Tisdale deliver humor, while a series of murders add suspense. Loyal readers who suspend disbelief will be intrigued by the mystery and charmed by the happy ending.” — Publishers Weekly