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Candlelight Sinner (Branded)

Candlelight Sinner (Branded) [Kindle Edition]

Stella Deleuze
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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Being madly in love with Tom, a rather good looking immortal wish-consultant and working in her dream job, life seems to be perfect for 32-year-old Celia. If it wasn't for the dark side still being after her or Sam, a charismatic man asking for her help, causing dilemma. When Tom gets another demanding case, and Celia takes her friend on a trip to Lanzarote, everything's about to change.
If she decides to help her brother crossing over from the dark side, she might lose everything she loves: her boyfriend, her job, her friends and her life.

The books fits neatly into the category paranormal romantic comedy, but beware: no vampire or werewolf in sight, just the odd human being with supernatural powers.

You may also like No Wings Attached, the first book in this series.

Other books by Stella Deleuze:
Excuse me, where is the exit?
a collection of humorous rants about everyday life.
5-Minute Tea Break Stories, 13 short stories in various genres
Rage against the Indie, an educational rant about self-publishing

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 660 KB
  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Red 13 (25 Jan 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007227PS4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #574,503 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

I came to writing by accident: after reading a series of books I couldn't put down, I decided to write a novel so others could escape their busy lives, too. No Wings Attached was just the beginning in 2009,
now I write in several genres: humour, romance, literary and contemporary fiction, as well as thriller, horror, or science fiction.

While my real passion is working on bicycles, every now and again I feel the need of escaping realism and dive into the world of my characters.
Born and raised in Germany, I'm living in north London with my pet iguana, calling this beautiful city my home.

For more information, please visit my website:
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e-mail: authorstelladeleuze (at) gmail (dot) com

Excuse me, where is the exit?
No Wings Attached
Candlelight Sinner
5-Minute Tea Break Stories
Rage against the Indie

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By Jeannie Zelos TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Kindle Edition
Candlelight Sinner Stella Deleuze

I was given this copy by author free for review, but as always on the basis that my opinion is honestly held, and whether paid for or free my views are not influenced by that. Integrity is important to me and gushing false reviews do neither author or reader any favours. As always my views are what I honestly feel about this book.

This is a follow up novel to No Wings Attached and continues the story of Human Celia and Supernatural wish consultant Tom. Like the first book its a paranormal romance but not heavy on vampires or werewolves, simple a flexing of some supernatural muscle at times so its suitable for all romance lovers.

Tom and Celia have been given permission from Above to be together but are on trial. Tom still has his powers limited and Celia is banned form using any of hers. They are in live but as ever the course of true love never runs smoothly - well if it did we'd be stuck for a good book wouldn't we :) Tom's new case involves a beautiful would be model who makes it clear she's interested on Tom and of course Celia's insecurities about how she's ended up with such a fantastic man and her history of being let down means there are sparks about to fly. Celia gets drawn in to a plan to rescue her brother from the dark side by a friend of his - the lovely, lovely Sam. Sam undertakes to train her in using her powers in secret and she can't let Tom know. Its secrets secrets all the way and of course a hot bed for jealousy and suspicion.

Like the first book this is well written and edited and a good length for the money, and a great way to while away a few hours.
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By Trace
Format:Kindle Edition
Candlelight Sinner is the sequel to No Wings Attached (Branded)by Stella Deleuze. The story follows 32 year old Celia who has angel powers that could be both good and bad, and Tom, an angel wish consultant. Tom and Celia are working through the issues that came up at the end of No Wings Attached and learning to be together as a couple. Celia meets someone from the bad side and he makes a bargain with her. He said he will help train her to get control over her powers if she decides to help him save his best friend, who is also Celia's long lost twin brother. By doing so Celia could lose everything she's come to gain.

The book follows the main characters from the previous book, and one or two new characters are included. Celia, Tom and the side characters are as likeable and easy to relate to as they were before and watching Tom and Celia have troubles like any normal couple in a new relationship made them even more realistic. I especially appreciated Celia's independence in this book. My favourite character in this book has to be Sam! I think I have a new crush! He has the whole sexy, bad boy trying to be good charm down to perfection! I really would like to see more of him in the future!

The book also takes us abroad to Lanzarote. This was a refreshing change and something different. Even though I've never been to Lanzarote, Stella sets the scene so it is realistic and personally I quite liked reading about somewhere I've never been before!

The issue I had with No Wings Attached was the paranormal aspect did not seem to fit in the story too well for me. However in this book this seems to have been rectified and I enjoyed the book much more.
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1 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Romance with a touch of supernatural. 2 Feb 2012
By GenRen
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Candlelight Sinner is easy to read and a good book to take on holiday.

It is written in the first person. You view the events through the eyes of the two main characters, Tom and Celia. The only downside is that if go back to the book after a break you need to read a sentence (or two) until you know who you are and get back into the story again.

One is an angel and the other is part light side and part dark side. The dark side try to get Celia to go completely over to them whilst she is developing her relationship with Tom, who is in trouble for romancing someone who is half dark side. Celia also has human friends and she tries to hide the supernatural events which occur.

A light enjoyable read.
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