Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Ivy loses her faith in angels when her first love, Tristan dies. He becomes her guardian angel attempting to protect her. In a state of denial, she refuses to believe that he is with her. Knowing she is in danger Tristan seeks ways to contact her. Unfortunately, he knows that once she is safe his job will be complete, and he will no longer be by with her.
Kissed by an Angel begins with Ivy and Tristan declaring their love for each other. Ivy tried to warn Tristan of the deer darting across the road, but it was too late; he could not stop. Looking back she recalls their first meeting. Tristan relives the accident and realizes the reason for the accident was the lack of brakes on the car.
The Power of Love finds Tristan desperate to contact Ivy and warn her she is in danger. However, Ivy no longer believes in angels. She was disillusioned at the loss of Tristan. We are left, with a cliffhanger wondering whether Ivy will live.
Soulmates picks up where the second book of this trilogy left off. Ivy survives but everyone believes she attempted suicide. Eventually, Ivy comes to believe in angels again. She reconnects with Tristan.
Fans of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze will be reminded of their delightful movie “Ghost.” The plot is very similar. Kissed By An Angel is a 700 page trilogy. The print is a nice size for easy reading. The cover is beautifully done with a yellow rose. However, the red print is impossible to read. This is a reprint. Originally, the books were in individual print. The focus of this series is Young Adult, possibly middle school or high school. Kissed By An Angel is an excellent read filled with suspense and romance.