How To Seduce an Angel in 10 Days is obviously part of a series but don’t let that stop you from picking up this hilarious romance. Within a few pages I knew that I had to find the rest of the books in this series, not because I needed them to enjoy this one but because I was enjoying this one so much that I wanted more! Nothing is predictable in this story and poor Tally has to deal with things like a warlock falling asleep while having sex with her and being possessed by a creature that sucks the life out of anyone who touches her. But she’s not the only one with off beat issues. Cupid is a handsome warlock who now sports pink wings and smells like cotton candy. Top those characters off with a gypsy with a curse that could destroy the world and a demon in love. I couldn’t stop laughing and couldn’t seem to read fast enough. Absolutely loved this story and can’t wait to read prior stories and future ones!
While at her best friend’s wedding, Tally is invited to take a walk with the bride’s brother and Tally’s longtime crush, Falcon. It ends up being more than a walk except Falcon falls asleep between Tally’s legs and his brother who thinks the creature that was in Tally is eating him quickly yells and teleports Falcon into the middle of a lake. And so starts this wonderful story about Tally and Falcon. Except, there is so much more because Tally has two parole guards, Falcon and a demon. Depending on her choices, she may end up in heaven or she might go to hell. Each man is trying to sway her but in the end, Tally has to make her own choices, even though they aren’t ones she wants to make.
Drusilla "Tally" Tallow does. Both fallen and otherwise because she's got ten days of Heavenly and Infernal Parole after knocking Falcon Cherrywood from his broom. All she wanted was to settle down with a nice warlock, have babies, and grow old together. But she's got a bad habit of falling for the wrong warlock. She blames Cupid. Too bad her Heavenly Parole Officer is none other than the heart bandit himself--the newly appointed Cupid and current fixture in all her fantasies, Falcon Cherrywood.
After smiting Cupid with a fireball, Falcon Cherrywood must now play the Diapered Archer. He can't think of anything more humiliating than flying around in pink wings shooting arrows into hopeless fools. Archery was never his strong suit and Falcon doesn't even believe in love. But more troubling are the feelings his sinfully irresistible parolee sets off in him--for only Tally has the power to make him believe in things better left to fairy tales, like Happily Ever After.