- Hardcover: 288 pages
- Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company. (March 1993)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0263140393
- ISBN-13: 978-0263140392
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 5.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,758,295 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Angel of Darkness Hardcover – Large Print, March, 1993
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I wouldn't recommend this book at all.
Her character is endlessly stupid, empty, vacuous, childish, priggish and tiresome.
The theme of the story was good. The other characters were good -even Angelo, defined chauvinist male pig. But at least there was no doubt about him. She, on the other hand, ruined the whole thing for me.
There is stupid, and then there is double stupid. She is the latter. When you find yourself pulling for the male lead, hoping her will dump her silly butt and move on to someone intelligent, you know the character is BAD!
The basic storyline is the same as the Crime of Passion(another book by LG--The heroine was a young & very inexperienced virgin, but the hero who was in love/lust with her mistakenly ended up thinking that the heroine was very promiscuous, & so, ditches her very cruelly, & then, they end up seeing each other again some yrs. later....), but this one isn't nearly as well written as the Crime of Passion bcs. the hero didn't even suspect that the heroine had been a virgin(nor very inexperienced!) even after making love to her finally & only offered her to become his mistress rather than his wife! And when he heard several wks. later that she was pregnant, he at first tried to get her tell him that she was lying about being pregnant, then simply accepted her hurt declaration of the baby being someone else's without even asking for any kind of proof, & then stayed well away from her throughout most of the pregnancy!
In my opinion, any guy who can mis-judge his lover to this extent is not really in love with her, but just in lust with her & doesn't really deserve her love at all....
Also, there were a few other very major inconsistencies in this book which made me think that LG never thought out the storyline of this book with any kind of careful consideration.... (I'd probably give 4~5 stars for the Crime of Passion, but this one just seems to be a quite poor rip-off of it....)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was ok but for me the hero was too macho. Of course the ending was happy but some of the twists and turns of the story just made me want to get through it.Published 1 month ago by Brenda Jackson
Makes a good read. But then I like Lynn Graham very much indeed.
I am always looking for her books. Like her style very much.
Lynne Graham wrights really good books. This one is no exception. Not her best but really good. I just got finished reading it for the second time and it still held my intrust.Published 21 months ago by Connie Kay
This book has a lot of depth to it. I really enjoy her story lines, her dialogue and characters. If you enjoy Lynne Graham you have to try Michelle Reid and you may like Emma's... Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by Alyssa