Words of an Angel




Do you believe in Angels?

After losing her job at the local newspaper, Rayanne Bradley finally had the time to reach for one of her dreams—writing a book. What should have been an easy task ends up getting off to a slow start, until the day her muse shows up. Now, whenever the masculine scent of musk mysteriously fills the air, her thoughts flow freely as she types them into what will become her book. As the manuscript unfolds, the mystery deepens and becomes entangled with coincidences. Could this be real? Had she met the long haired, sexy, man of her dreams? Could she believe and trust the words of an angel? ~♥♥~ Ecanus fell in love with the beautiful mortal the moment he saw her. His dilemma and inner struggles began when she chose to become a writer. Never during all his existence had he developed feelings towards anyone who asked for his help. But she was different. For the first time he was faced with choosing between an eternity of having everything, or having everything he’d always dreamed about. Now only one question remained…would he give up heaven, for heaven on Earth?




Excerpt~


“Rayanne, I really want to thank you for this evening. I haven’t had such a wonderful night since I moved here,” he said after the waitress left their table.

“I have to agree with you, I’ve really enjoyed myself tonight.” She took another sip from her glass, then placed it back on the table. She was totally surprised when Caliban reached for her hand once it was free from holding the stemware. Shivers shot through her as she felt the warmth of his fingers on top of hers, his thumb lightly caressing the crease of her palm.

“There’s just one more thing I want to do before we call it a night,” he said with his husky, masculine voice.

Rayanne tilted her head to the side and looked at him quizzically. “And what would that be, Mr. Tempest?” She watched as he rose from his seat and stood at the side of the table, never letting go of her hand.

“I want to dance with you. Please, would you do me the honor?”
Rayanne couldn’t help but softly chuckle. “Are you serious? Here…now?” She’d never seen anyone ever get up and dance in the restaurant any of the times she’d been there. It just wasn’t that kind of place.
“I’m very serious,” he replied as he lifted her hand, gently tugging, persuading her to her feet. Still holding on to her hand, not giving her a chance to say no, he guided her a few feet away from their table where there was a small clearing. He turned and winked at her, pulling her closer into his embrace so they could dance.
Rayanne didn’t protest. She looked around and saw that the restaurant was practically empty, but saw that the few remaining customers and staff were all now watching them. She could only assume that they had to be thinking they were crazy. She looked up at her partner feeling slightly embarrassed, but the uneasy feeling was quickly replaced as her attention was drawn to the wonderful feeling of Caliban’s warm hand on her lower back as he moved her to the music’s beat.
“I think we’re being watched,” he chuckled, trying to get her to relax when he felt the tension in her body.
“Ya think?”
“Just pretend no one else is in the room except for you and me,” he spoke softly. He let go of her right hand and smoothly wrapped his arms around her waist, pulling her just a little closer. He could feel the tension ease from her body as she relaxed and wrapped her arms around his neck. He looked down at her then murmured, “Trust me.”
Rayanne looked up into his dark eyes.  She did trust him that much was certain. With his arms wrapped around her she felt safe; that he wouldn’t let anything or anyone hurt her. Without saying a word she inched closer, until their bodies were completely touching as they swayed to the melody. Her left cheek rested on his shoulder, his long dark hair mixing with her own. She closed her eyes and breathed in his sensual, manly scent as the fingers of her right hand involuntarily began to rub his neck at the hair line. The corners of her mouth lifted when she heard the faintest gasp emanate from him. Then she felt his fingers move in a gentle, circular motion on her lower back, rousing an aching need at the very core of her womanhood, a feeling she hadn’t felt in a very long time.
“See, now this isn’t so bad, is it?” Caliban asked.
“Mmmm, no it isn’t,” Rayanne sighed. She was lost in the moment and no longer cared what anyone thought of them. The wonderful feelings at that instant far outweighed any criticism from on looking strangers. She turned her head, nuzzling her forehead into his neck. She felt his hold on her tighten slightly, as he brought his cheek down to touch hers. A gesture so normal, yet felt as if she was experiencing the intimacy of dancing for the very first time. She could feel his warm breath brush against her face each time he exhaled, stirring the need—and want—to experience more of his touch.
As Caliban held the woman in his arms, moving her slowly in time with the music, he was taken aback by the feelings raging inside him. He had truly never experienced anything so profound and perfect. This was what writers had written about in their romantic stories; the kind of feelings that most never believed could be real. Everything about this woman was what he had longed for, and now he was holding it in his arms and never wanted to let go. He hugged her even tighter, wishing he could convey with his actions, what he was feeling inside.
The couple was so consumed in their thoughts about each other that neither realized the music had stopped until they heard the clapping from a few of their admiring onlookers, transporting them both back to the world they shared with them. He was saddened when Rayanne stepped back, breaking their intimate contact.
“Thank you for the dance, Mr. Tempest.”
Caliban chuckled at the formal way she was addressing him and replied, “You’re most welcome, Miss Bradley.” He reached for her hand, bowing slightly as he brought it up to his lips and placed a sweet little kiss upon the top of it. He grinned when he saw the embarrassed—but pleased—look on Rayanne’s attractive face. He couldn’t help the devilish, flirty nature that she brought out in him. He led her back to their table where they sat and finished their glasses of wine in silence. No words needed to be exchanged for them to realize what was happening. The impromptu dance had been the perfect touch to an already wonderful evening.
 
 


Reviews:




5.0 out of 5 stars unique and refreshing
By Rebecca on June 20, 2015
I loved this book from the beginning. The story of an angel falling for a human has been done before but not like this. It was unique and refreshing. Love always conquers all.



5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful love story!
By Amazon Customer on April 6, 2015
This is a wonderful book. I really enjoyed it very much.
You should read this book and enjoy it as I did.



5.0 out of 5 stars Oh that we could all have a few angels like these right?, February 14, 2015
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As an author and publisher myself, this book came recommended to me by one of my clients today. I just finished the book-yes, the entire book! It was that captivating, that I have done nothing else but read it today.
I have never been much of a mythology or Enochian angels genre reader, however, this one got me. I agree with some of the other reviewers as well, you will fall in love with Ecanus! I also related with Jophiel's attentive and concerned character.
Writer's will especially get a thrill out of how many times you 'can relate' to Rayanne's feelings, doubts, and much more. It's a great read for newbies to the knowledgable of romance and erotica, with the added bonus of mythological characters, and a good story line.


5.0 out of 5 stars Good read, October 1, 2014
By Raving in Alaska "CMF" (Anchorage, AK USA)  
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Sweet tale of love and loyalty.


5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed this book!, September 16, 2014
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I enjoyed reading this book. It's nice to read a book that doesn't need sex and bad language to sell it. I think it is well written and makes you think about the angels among us. Yes I believe they are watching over us. So all you non believers , open your minds and start with this book. Would definitely read more from this author.


4.0 out of 5 stars Sweet story, June 17, 2014
By Lisa
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This was an intriguing gem of a read. The premise of an angel falling in love with a human is what grabbed me to read this book and it didn't disappoint. Rayann is an aspiring author, setting out to start the journey of writing her first book but struggling to find her voice. Ecanus is her angel muse, who is supposed to inspire her and move on but he is pulled to Rayann and begins to fall in love. The problem being that angels are not allowed relationships with humans and if he wants Rayann he will have to make the ultimate sacrifice and become human.

You will fall in love with Ecanus as he continually puts Rayann as his first priority and for him the love he feels for her outweighs everything and making the ultimate sacrifice doesn't seem as bad when all he needs is her love. Rayann is watching her friends around her settle down and is starting to feel as though she is missing something. It was a joy to witness their blossoming relationship. It is full of emotional moments, funny parts and just cry your eyes out bits.


5.0 out of 5 stars Different, March 27, 2014
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Easy read! I liked the story line being a bit different from the average romance. But don't we read for enjoyment? I enjoyed this, it has an ending that surprised me. Enjoy


5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely story, March 9, 2014
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Well if you believe in angels this is the story for you. Angels and romance was such a great combination. Well worth the read.


5.0 out of 5 stars heavenly turn out it was good, December 3, 2013
By Edward D. Morgan "tweed" (beirne ar usa)
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very good book read it 2 times to me it was that good makes u thinks what is around us that we don,t know about


5.0 out of 5 stars Good Story, October 28, 2013
By Melissa Chesley (Homer, AK)
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Now, you all know I'm not much of a romance reader. But this was a good, fast read. It kept me up until 4 a.m. one morning, which is good. Books that pull me in and keep me turning the pages are the kind of books I love, no matter the genre. Savannah asked me to take a look at 'Words of an Angel' and I did.

I like Savannah's writing style. It's pretty concise and her characters are usually well developed. This is her first attempt at romance, and I think she did a pretty good job.

The story itself is different, and moves at a good pace. All of the characters are well developed. There isn't anything bad I can say about this story. The rating will say it all.


5.0 out of 5 stars Best book ever!, July 14, 2013
By Collette
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I just finished this book & let me tell you it was incredible. I have read a lot of romance & this one was so different that I couldn't put it down. I have always believed in "Angels", & after this book I think I am actually married to one myself! The book lifts your spirits and makes you believe in love all over again. The author gives very good descriptions of everything your reading, that you can picture it like you are watching a movie instead of reading a book. The storyline is awesome & you can't put the book down because you can't imagine what will happen next. Unlike anything I have ever read. Keep writing Savannah Rayne, cannot wait to see what you come up with next!
More, more more, how do you like it?
Love it!
Collette