Ricky has been secretly in love with his best friend Jez forever, but he’s never dared confess his feelings because he thinks Jez is too high-class for him. One evening, while sharing a quiet evening with Jez, a mysterious angel, Madred, appears and tries to persuade Ricky to take a chance on love.
Too bad Ricky doesn’t believe in angels. Madred is forced to take desperate measures in an attempt to show the reluctant Ricky the truth. When the angel leaves, can Ricky find the courage to declare himself to Jez, and what will happen to their friendship if he does?
“I really liked how romantic this story was. We don’t get long with the men together on the page, but what is there is quite delightful. Their long friendship reflected the emotions and feelings but there was the fresh newness of the physical which added to that friendship and showed they were in for the long haul.” [From an A-rated review at Brief Encounter Reviews]
“There are none so blind as those who will not see. And sometimes it takes nothing less than a gigantic nudge from your guardian angel to get you to open your eyes and see the miracle that’s been right in front of you all along … Angels and Airheads is a story of perfect love in an imperfect world, and what could be more sweet than that?” [From a 4-star review at The Novel Approach]
“This is such a sweet short about taking chances; Ricky has been gently nudged quite a few times to put his heart out there to Jez. But he always thinks of something that always holds him back. This time Heaven means business and Madred is given the task of convincing him … I recommend this to those who love angel intervention, conflicted men, a sweet short story and a happy ending.” [From a 4-star review at MM Good Book Reviews]
“Angels and Airheads is a short, endearing story of faith, hope, and love. I love how Anne Brooke incorporates faith in her stories and yes, I can do a happy dance. This is my first time reading a strong HEA from this author.” [From a 4-star review at TWLIB Reviews]
“I’m not much for divine interventions when it comes to books, but in this particular one I very much enjoyed it. I’ve found that Anne Brooke’s style with her short stories suits me and romance is certainly her thing.” [From a review at The Romance Reviews]