Angel (Made Men Book 5) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Hey! My name is Sarah Brianne and after living for twenty-two years the characters in my head told me enough was enough and I have finally put pen to paper (or is it finger to keyboard?) to tell their stories. Since I was a little girl I have watched every chick flick I could get my hands on, then when I became older I discovered a whole new world of romance novels. To me there is nothing better then a tale of true love and those are the stories that have inspired me to write. Like everything else in my life
I have put my own spin on two lovers destined to be together.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- File Size : 1828 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 237 pages
- Publisher : Young Ink Press (Jan. 30 2018)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B079GXG2SG
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Best Sellers Rank: #23,968 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Evil exists in our messed up world and this story is, sadly, a believable one. How anyone, especially a parent, could be so cruel and evil to his children is terrifying. Yet, as hard as it was to read some of the parts in the book, it was mesmerizing. Luckily, Lucca recognizes Angel for who he really is and in the ways of Lucca sets out to begin the joining of the Caruso and Luciano families. Adalyn is perfect for Angel and falls fast for him but we only get small glimpses into how he feels.
Again, this series blows me away! I very highly recommend it!!
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The relationship development between the two characters was too fast without much actually happening. I also thought it might explore Vincent and Adalyns upbringing a bit more. Especially as she's only mafia by marriage isn't she?
I did like Angel but thought he could have had more of a presence in the book. It was overshadowed by Lucca. I'm a big fan of him but having him in the book so much detracted the attention from Angel so I couldn't actually get any strong feeling for him.
I loved that Maria is absolutely lethal and tries to get the girls to open their eyes to their men's bullshit. She takes no prisoners and I truly believe she was right when she said to Lucca that the only reason she couldn't be boss is because she's female. So I want her to be the one to kill Dante and at least take Underboss. She deserves it.
I can't wait for Amo's book, I want to see the darkness developing in him.
Also Adalyn kicking Sal in the balls was fantastic!! I love it when the guys underestimate the girls.
So yeah overall worth a read but definitely isn't a book I love!
I liked Angels background but Adalyn was really bugging me all the way through and acted like a child on the playground, and what was that when she kicked Sal in the balls and demanded to see Lucca ( yeah right as if that would ever happen) I really can't be bothered to wait an other year for the next book so will probs stop reading these books now cause it takes too long for the next book to come out ( I know other authors release books next in the series after a year but they bring other books out inbetween)
Angel is a good quick easy read but it misses something. When we were first introduced to Adalyns character in Vincent she was such a fun girl but in Angel we don’t get to see that Adalyn maybe it’s because she wants Lucca and is upset that he’s with Chloe. If I’m honest I didn’t see that coming, Adalyn liking Lucca that much I thought she fancied Nero more.
I was actually surprised that Vincent didn’t interfere in Angel and Adalyns relationship and give Angel a hard time I mean how crazy did he go in Nero when he found his sister in Poison with Lake.
I really felt for Angel the torture his father had put him and his twin through was evil.
Angel and Adalyn did have a cute love story but nothing special.
I wish Sarah would go back to writing her books the way she wrote Nero and Vincent they had a lot more storytelling in them.
I hope we get Maria’s story next or maybe even Sal’s and Amo well that was a surprise.
And the whole Bella thing confused me why did she need the ring if Lucifer was her father why was Angel in love with her if she was hes sister very strange
I didn't really like this book definitely not the best but saying that il read the next just hope it gets better