Review: “Bright one” by Eric Thornton

TITLE: Bright one
AUTHOR: Eric Thornton
SERIES: Light Angels
COVER ARTIST: Eric Thornton
GENRE: Erotica; Paranormal
LENGTH: 63 pages
RELEASE DATE: June 12, 2017
PRICE: $1.99 –e-book / $7.00 paperback


Something about him calls to me. He makes me wanna be a brighter angel. A better person. And yet he makes me wanna go carnal on him all the time.

My life is going to shit until he comes around. When he comes around, he comes to stay. And he caters to me. Reminds me that I can be loved. That everyone is meant to be loved.
Confidence is something that is lost to me but when he is around me, I feel it for the first time in a long time.

This author impresses me more and more every day. He has sucked me into his imaginative world, and I look forward to future books. He has grown into such a sexy, compassionate and emotional story teller. I love his short reads, and this is no different. For me, when an author can have a connection with the characters with love, understanding, humor and, of course, hot sex, then I will continue to read them. This is the first book of a series.

Foster is an angel that his boss sent him to earth to straighten out his attitude. An angel with an attitude you ask? My answer is, yes. He wants what the humans have. A connection, intimacy and unconditional love. So, he’s sent to earth to help the humans make better choices and try to make the world a better place too. What Foster discovers exceeds all expectations and breaks his heart all at the same time.

Rebel is out for a drive one day because it makes him feel better when he is stressed. What he doesn’t know, his whole world is about to be turned upside down. He just broke up with a jerk, as have we all. Not sure where he was going to live and everything else on his mind, he wasn’t paying attention to driving. What happens you ask? Well, let’s just say, he has lost more than just his heart. He wakes up in the hospital and life will never be the same.

These two characters are adorable and hot. Some of the humor in this book had me laughing so hard. Mind you, I work with people with disabilities, so I see the humor in life’s little gifts. I hope you all enjoy this as much as I did and I look forward to book two.

***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book***


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