by: C.S. Hale
Genre: Paranormal/Romantic Comedy
Release Date: August 21, 2020
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Angela Grimalke appears more blonde bombshell than the gremlin she is. But there is no denying her supernatural truth after her clumsiness gets her fired from her modeling career. Forced to work for her family’s upscale airline, she spends her days slinging luggage and wishing her parents would get off her back about finding a nice gremlin guy to settle down with.
Relationships were the last thing on her mind, not that her family would accept that.
For Dave Ford his frequent business travel made it next to impossible for him to find a woman who could tolerate his chaotic schedule. Which is why he appreciates Angela. Neither of them are looking for love, but Dave feeds Angela's addiction for chocolate while she provides him with the chaos to keep him on his toes.
However, as Angela’s parents bombard her with a parade of "eligible" gremlin men at their weekly family dinners, she finds herself torn between who she longs to be and her family’s expectations. Will she give in and live the life of magic they want for her? Or risk it all by to confessing to Dave that she isn’t human?
I’m not sure how the premise eventually came to me of Angela being stuck in this parade of “eligible” gremlin men at her family dinners, like in My Big, Fat Greek Wedding, where her family only wants her to be happy but they’re making her miserable, and then she meets Dave. She desperately needs someone to rebuild her confidence, and Dave is perfect. But just like in When Harry Met Sally, you know romance is going to blossom.
Cleveland gave me a chance to indulge my fondness for chocolate, and I’ve had almost everything that Angela has had - from the Fat Witch brownies to the Fran’s chocolate salted caramels, La Cure Gourmande’s chocolate olives, and the Heidelberger Studentenkuß. I even tried Vosges’s bacon and chocolate bar though Angela passed on that one.
I fell in love with New York while on a background trip there with my niece. From the Belgian restaurant that I could eat all my meals at to the snowy view of Central Park from the Boathouse, New York (other than that first life-threatening cab ride) was a magical experience. One day I hope to visit the city when it’s not covered in snow.
I hope you enjoy Angela’s adventures in New York, Paris, and London as much as I have. Grab some chocolate and a pomegranate martini and enjoy!
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