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By: Tracy Lorraine
5 out of 5 stars
Molly: Part One & Two:
The Angel Series gets off to an awesome start telling the story of Molly and Ryan. They are best friends who share the pain of a tragedy and the loss of someone that they both loved. Now, these two find that their feelings for each other have started to change. How will they react to their newfound feelings for each other? I loved the first two books in this series. It starts out with Molly showing up at Ryan’s front door after finding out a revelation regarding her boyfriend. To Ryan the solution is clear, Molly will live in the extra room he has. Once these two are constantly in close proximity to each other the attraction that they could once try to ignore only grows every day. While I could tell that these two are head over heels for each other they do their best to fight it. This sometimes leads to hurt feelings and the two ignoring each other. Molly also has had a painful time growing up. She lived with parents that ignored her and would rather give her money than show her love. She does open up and tell Ryan about her childhood. Both Molly and Ryan sometimes goes to extremes when trying to push their feelings for each other away. This causes misunderstandings. These two also have amazing friends and family. While most are there to support them when they need it, there are some whose actions are meant to hurt and also to keep this couple apart. Will they succeed in driving a wedge between Ryan and Molly? What does the future hold for these two? Will Ryan and Molly find their happy ending? These two stories start your journey in an amazing series that you don’t want to miss. It is wonderful that the series is now in a box set for you to read. This author’s writing is amazing and I love the way she weaves a story and creates characters that I have grown to love.
This is Abbi and Jax’s story. When Abbi first laid eyes on Jax with that perfectly inked body last summer she knew it was lust at first sight. Her weakness for bad boys was showing through. She has spent her whole adult life dealing with the aftermath of an event that happened when she was a teenager. Would her relationship with Jax be any different than her others? Jax wants to settle down with a woman that he loves. He wants the same relationship that his parents have, one that keeps growing deeper every day. Normally he attracts the wrong type of women, the ones that don’t want to commit. Then he meets Abbi. Could this be the woman to change his world and banish the ghosts of his past?
This story is wonderful and amazing! It starts out with a serious situation and morphs from there to a wonderful romance. You switch from the present to memories from the past from both Abbi and Jax. I like when authors write like that as you get the full picture as to the characters and why they act as they do. These two both have events from their past that they are trying to still cope with and this affects their relationship. Abbi is a woman who has overcome so much pain that I am amazed at how strong she is. Jax is a man who’s put in the bad boy category but is anything but. They both have friends and family that have good intentions, however, they can be overprotective at times. Their lust, um, love for each other shows through loud and clear. This leads to plenty of hot, steamy, romantic scenes.
Emma has decided that it is time to move on from the devastating loss of her twin sister. She has started a new life in a new village and is concentrating on her writing. She didn’t expect to find a new best friend in Connie, the quirky café owner where she spends so much time. Ruben is Connie’s brother. He has just returned from Australia where he lived an easy lifestyle. He made the decision that he was not going to let a woman into his life after witnessing the pain of a broken heart. That is until he sees a picture and meets Connie. Is he willing to put aside the life he is leading for one that he didn’t think he would ever want? Can Connie overcome her lack of self-confidence and fear of loss to let Ruben in, the only man who has ever made her feel alive?
What an amazing romance story! Connie and Ruben are such different people however once they meet the attraction is instant. Both of them have had events happen in their past that shapes the way their relationship develops, it is not always a good thing. Connie is coming to grips with her twin’s death and she doesn’t believe that any man would want to be with her. Ruben is such a player, he never gets close to anyone so that he can’t be hurt. As with any relationship, misunderstandings abound. Ruben and Connie have friends and family that love them and want them to be happy. They come to their defense and offer a listening ear. They also are not shy about telling them when they have made a mistake. I like the author’s writing style which has you so enthralled with the story and characters that you leave all your cares behind. It is like spending a day with friends, you don’t want it to end. Of course, this story has plenty of romance, very hot and steamy romance.
Connie is such a wonderful character. She runs her own business and is a strong woman. She does have one weakness, Fin. She has always known that she loves him, however their on again, off again relationship has taken a toll. Fin comes off as a happy-go-lucky kind of guy, the constant player. If people only knew the secrets that his act was covering over. He always tells himself that his relationship with Connie is wrong, even if he is head over heels in love with her. He finds that he just can’t control himself when she is around, even though threatened and beaten up by her brother. Will these two ever get their HEA?
I liked how this story revealed the entire relationship of Connie and Fin from when it began ten years ago to the present day in flashbacks. The entire story is told from both Connie and Fin’s POV. I read it all in one sitting as I just couldn’t put I down. I must admit that I had a hard time warming up to Fin as his character kept breaking Connie’s heart. What I learned is that you can judge a person by their actions however there may be reasons behind their actions that you don’t know about. Give people the benefit of the doubt.
Molly - Part One- This is the first book in the Angel series, this is the first book by Tracy Lorraine that I have read, and I am going to go buy everything she has written as soon as I finish writing this. She writes with such passion and grit that you can literary see the characters jumping off the page, I have finished the book and they are still shouting in my head wanting to tell me more of their story.
This story is told from the perspective of Molly Carter and Ryan Evans they have been best friends for years, and have both faced a major tragedy when Hannah who was Molly’s best friend and Ryan’s girlfriend, tragically died, they have helped each other get over it, and cope with the fall out.
Molly has always felt unloved, her parents didn’t seem to want her, and expected her to stay at home and raise a family, not go to university and gain a career that she loves. She always goes for men who she feels will love her but it doesn’t usually work out like that. The only family she ever felt wanted by was Hannah’s and even after losing her they are still the same with her, they still want her coming to family dinners and want to spend time with her. But will that last when she starts to become attracted to Ryan.
Ryan loved Hannah with all his heart, he didn’t expect to fall for someone else so soon after losing her, but he can’t help himself. Hannah would have wanted him to move on with someone, but would she want it to be her best friend? Will other people understand and accept the relationship? Will they?
Will they give the relationships they are in a go? Or will they give it a try once and for all, knowing they could ruin their friendship if it goes wrong. I mean what could go wrong, they are best friends who share a house, it’s not like they won’t every argue, or spend each minute in each other’s pockets. Will the friendship survive? You must read to find out.
Molly - Part Two- This is the second part of a story of Molly Carter and Ryan Evans they have been best friends for years, and have both faced a major tragedy when Hannah who was Molly’s best friend and Ryan’s girlfriend, tragically died, they have helped each other get over it, and cope with the fall out. We saw them grow closer together in the first book, and them deny the attraction. In this book, we see them develop that attraction and admit they do want to be together but will opposition from others cause them to not take it further. Will the fact they are starting to be happy so soon after Hannah’s passing make them feel so guilty they can’t cope with the joy they feel?
There are several road blocks in the way, from Molly’s ex who doesn’t want to let go and causes Ryan to see something from the wrong perspective, and run away, and then Ryan’s mum being a typical overbearing mother in law and causing Molly to run. Will they stop running away and finally give in? Will everything else they face and life throws at them make them a stronger couple? Or will it push them over the edge that they teeter on?
Abbi- Abbi tells the story of Abigail Evans and Jackson Parker; we have met both in the first two books and seen their story develop a little as she is Ryan’s big little sister and he is Molly’s first employee. This tells their story in much more detail. They were both madly in lust with each other when they first see each other and Abbi is told to pick up her chin when she sees Jax with no shirt on. Abbi has always loved a bad boy, even after a devastating relationship in her teens means that her family would never allow her to fall in love with one. That’s all she thinks Jax is when they first meet, and as she starts to develop proper feelings and realise he isn’t what she thought she runs from them, as she is too scared of her past and her family not feeling the same way about him.
Jax isn’t the bad boy he looks, just because his body is covered in Ink, he wants to find a nice woman and settle down, he wants a woman to see past his ink and understand the reasons he has it. Will the blonde bombshell who keeps running away from him be the one to understand his past and help him conquer his own demons? Will they be able to work through their past’s and put them where they belong, and move on to a brighter and better future together? Will Ryan and Abbi’s mum Karen ever accept her children are getting older and moving on?
Emma- Emma Morrision lost her literal other half, her twin Hannah in a car accident and hasn’t coped well. Emma did the only thing she knows what to do, she ran away. She starts a new life in a village and cottage she has loved since she was four years old. She also finds a cute little Café in the village that after having coffee with Molly and Abbi they offer her services as the can see the owner Connie is rushed off her feet as her part time help hasn’t arrived, hopefully this will help Emma come out of her shell and build her confidence, something she hasn’t ever had, as Hannah was the tall pretty one, Emma has always seen herself as dumpy and curvy , But hopefully Emma can start to see herself as others see her, especially as one person see’s her.
Ruben Foster is on the other side of the world traveling with his best friend Fin when a photograph changes his world, Ruben has never wanted a woman for anything other than warming his bed, they are disposable in his eyes. Until he sets his eyes on the woman in that photo, he knows then something changes in him, he realises he must help her see herself as he sees her, even if his sister promises to do unimaginable things to his manhood if he ever hurts her, as Emma has started to become an important part of Connie’s life. Will Emma be able to help Ruben see that just because you see someone get their heartbroken doesn’t mean that it’s going to happen to you. Or is Emma to heart broken already to help someone else.
This book is so amazing; I am gutted its finished. There is one particular part in the book and it pretty much sums up why I love Emma so much as character and its when her and Connie are chatting boys, and Emma explains that the only boyfriends in her life are the fictional variety. Connie doesn’t quite get it, so Emma explains the difference in romance books. Then proceeds to order Connie a Kindle and gives her a huge list of books she must read. Emma is my spirit character, and quite possibly my favourite ever!!
Connie- Connie is such an amazing character she is so much stronger than she first realises. Connie has hidden her true feelings for her brother’s best friend Fin for years, as she didn’t want to upset her brother Ryan. But now she finds herself with a best friend that makes her come out of herself, her business is doing great guns, a family who love her and supports her no matter what. When Connie finds herself alone and pregnant, she knows she will be fine no matter what happens. The only problem is she knows something is missing, and isn’t sure if she wants to fight for it.
When it comes to Fin, I cannot believe that Tracey Lorraine has done the unthinkable, I hated Finlay Willis, with a passion as he is the best friend of Ryan and was a total man douche. He didn’t deserve anyone as nice as Connie, but do you know what this book has revealed hidden depths to him that I didn’t think were possible. Once you see past Jack the lad persona and realise why he has behaved in such a manner and the things he has felt he had to hide, for reasons of pride and just plain stupidity, you can’t help but feel his pain, I hated that I started to really like him. I have never had such a change of heart over a character, and felt so conflicted about how I was now feeling about them.
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