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Nobody's Angel (A Willow Park Romance) Mass Market Paperback – March 31, 2015
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Sometimes I like to go into a book completely blind as I did with this book. I really had absolutely no idea what to think about this book before I started reading it. I haven't read anything by this author before reading this book and I am not even sure that I read the blurb before I signed up for the blog tour. I think my entire decision to read this book came from the fact that it is start of a new series and I liked the cover. I hate to admit that I often make a decision to read a book based on the cover despite the fact that I can still hear my mother telling me to "never judge a book by its cover" many times during my childhood.
I knew that this was a romance and I really expected it to be of the light and fluffy variety that I seem to be reading a lot lately. Imagine my surprise when this book turned out to be anything but light and fluffy. I didn't realize this book would focus on such difficult issues and I found myself really sucked into the story quite quickly. I really had a hard time even putting this book down for even a minute. There was just something about Lucy that really got to me.
Lucy is a recovering alcoholic and she has returned home to Willow Park to help her mother and face her past. Lucy was a wild teenager and has quite the reputation in her hometown which is why she hasn't been back since the day she left so many years ago. Lucy has changed and wants to help her mother deal with her father. She also wants to make amends for all the harm she has caused in this town as part of her recovery.
Richard is the boy that Lucy loved during her teen years. She broke his heart when she left town with someone else nine years ago. Richard is now a doctor and he actually treats Lucy's parents among others.Read more ›
I loved Lucy's character. She was strong, determined, and brave. She faced her demons and grew up, never blaming the world for anything. She's a wonderful example of how strength comes from within. Richard is an equally flawed, but worthy hero. His flaw, if anything, is that he's too trusting, which means when he's hurting, it's hard for him to forgive. But Richard and Lucy belong together. They make each other stronger, more fun, more human.
Often in romance novels I find myself getting annoyed by little things, small inconsistencies that stack together to drive me bonkers. This book had none of that. NONE! Why? Because the author stayed true to life. What a breath of fresh air. Keep it up Ms. Hegger!
It tells the story of former wild child Lucy who has come home to help her mother with her ailing father. Lucy left town in a blaze of glory, so to speak and she knows that her return will be unwelcome. A recovering alcoholic, she is working on her 12-step program and wants to make amends to those she hurt.
One of her victims is former love Richard. And they literally run into each other and find those old feelings and old hurts are still there. Sarah Hegger weaves this present story with small glimpses into the past and we see how the past has shaped Lucy into the woman she is today.
You hurt right along with her as she tries so hard to atone for the sins of her youth. You want everyone to forgive her, but you can see why it's so hard for some of her old friends, enemies and families are having such a hard time letting go.
Lucy is a heroine that you root for and want to hug. You hurt right along with her and you find yourself proud of her for doing something that you know cannot be easy. And Richard, you feel his pain and his reluctance to get sucked back into the whirlwind that is Lucy. Amazing, romantic read that had me begging for more. Cannot wait for Book #2 in this series.
This book moved beautifully through watching the characters face personal demons, old and new romance, family issues and friendships from the past. Can't wait to read another in this series!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book a bunch. Mistakes, missteps. True love wins out. I was in the mood for a good love story to take my mind off of mysteries, and I found just the right one!!!Published 13 hours ago by Bonnie N. Tilton
I loved this book! I'm a huge contemporary romance fan and am always looking for new authors. Sarah Hegger delivers a poignant, realistic story in Nobody's Angel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Claire Petretti
I am new to reading Sarah's books and I must say I was impressed. This book she made you feel what Lucy's pain is all about and what she is going through. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer
Lucy is one of the those characters in which you aren't quite sure weather you want to fix her and tell her everything is going to be of or shake the crap out of her till she has... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eating Between The Lines Inc
This is a really well written book. The characters are really well written. The story hits a little too close to home, I grew up with two alcoholic parents that never admitted to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lelim0612
It isn't often that I'm at a loss for words when trying to write a book review. But Nobody's Angel left me speechless. And breathless. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Karen Morris
Years ago, Lucy left town in a whirlwind of chaos, dumping her boyfriend and stealing another one from someone else. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ysar
I could not put this book down. Talk about raw emotion. And still lots of humor. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.Published 9 months ago by Va_Reader
What drew me in was the cover. Then I read the back and knew I was going to like this book. But it was more than that- I loved it. I like heroines that are broken but not victims. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gypsy88