Review: Kissed by an Angel Series – Elizabeth Chandler


Title: Kissed by an Angel
Author: Elizabeth Chandler
Genre: YA, Romantic suspense, Fantasy, Paranormal
Release Date: August 1st 1998
Rating: ★★★★★/★★★★★
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I’m back with another awesome 5 stars book series to read 🙂 I read this book over a year ago, so this review will probably be quite short.

Kissed by an Angel trilogy is an angelic romantic suspense trilogy.


Kissed by an Angel:  Ivy and Tristan have the love of a lifetime–until Tristan dies in a car accident. Now Tristan returns as an angel, but Ivy is unable to feel his presence.

The Power of Love: Tristan has learned that the person responsible for the car crash is after Ivy. Can he cross the boundaries of life and death to warn Ivy that she is in trouble?

Soulmates: Tristan must rescue Ivy, but if he does so his mission will be finished and he will have to leave his true love forever.

I absolutely love the books!(I have yet to read the rest “Evercrossed“,  “Everafter” and “Everlasting“.. but I can already tell that they’ll be amazing as the first ones) I TOTALLY recommend it!!!


This book consists of a combination of romance and mystery. It’s about Ivy and Tristan, a teen in-love couple that got teared apart die to a terrible accident that changed EVERYTHING!!!
Tristan ended up dying in the accident leaving Ivy devastated and depressed which resulted in her loosing her faith in Angels.
Tristan returns as an angel and met another girl named Lacey (another angel that helped him communicate with Ivy and try to restore her believe in angels).
Tristan found out that the accident wasn’t really as they all thought it was.. (I personally was not expecting it, it shocked me to find out who the real threat was).. Someone actually set them up.

“I wouldn’t have been sent back to help you,” Tristan continued. “I wouldn’t have been made an angel if it weren’t important that you live, Ivy. I want you to be mine” -Ivy could hear the pain in his voice- “but you’re not.”

“I am!” she cried out loud.

“We’re on different sides of a river,” he said, “and it’s a river that neither of us can cross. You were meant for somebody else.”


I loved the ending, and this series is great for adults and teens alike, hope you give it a try 🙂


Happy reading!

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