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- Publication Date: July 17, 2017
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Angel Series Books #1-2.5 Kindle Edition
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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 Carter grew up being best friends with Hannah but her death six months ago has left everyone reeling. When she catches her boyfriend Max cheating on her she moves in with her best friend, Ryan Evans, who was Hannah's boyfriend.
But as Molly and Ryan begin to tread a fine line about what they each deem to be acceptable not everyone is happy with what is happening. Emma, Hannah's twin sister, is mad that they are moving on as if Hannah was never there which puts strain on the friendship between Molly and Ryan.
Can Molly and Ryan face what they feel for each other or will their actions drive the other into someone else's arms?
This was a great book about moving on and finding love but doing so with someone else's memory hanging over your head.
I liked Molly and loved how close she was with Hannah's parents and how they were helping her achieve her dreams. She felt like she had to stay away from Ryan out of loyalty to Hannah and her family and even though she cared about Ryan she knew she had to stay away from him. Molly worked hard at her jobs and I loved that she was so dedicated to her job.
I thought Ryan was great and he really wanted Molly but every time he got close she would push him away. But he was always there for her but he definitely did some things that were hurtful as a way of getting back at Molly for her actions. I was totally shocked at how his mom treated Molly and I know there will be more to come with that.
I loved how Susan, Hannah's mom, went to both Molly and Ryan and let them know how she felt about everything.
Looking forward to seeing how everything turns out!
1) Molly - Part Two
Molly Carter has finally decided that she wants Ryan Evans but life is never that easy and as much as they both want each other they still have some mountains to climb.
Ryan's mom still hates Molly and she will not let allow herself to wreck the relationship between the two of them. But how far is Ryan's mom willing to go to get rid of Molly?
Can Molly and Ryan overcome what is against them to come out on top?
This was a great conclusion to the first part and there were many ups and downs between Molly and Ryan to keep us hooked on the story.
Molly has finally figured out the she loves Ryan and wants to be with him but the main problem for her in this book is his evil mom. I was shocked at the things that his mom did to Molly in this book and I was so grateful that Ryan stood up for Molly but I was curious how things would go down with everyone in his family.
Yet Molly was still trying as was evident with the Christmas presents and she never gave up. I loved that and it showed the person that Molly truly was.
The end of the book left me wondering what was going to happen. I knew deep down how everything would turn out but I was so freaked and I was grateful for the good news that came out at the end.
The very ending of the book with Abbi and Jax left me with an - OMG I need the next book now!!
Abbi Evans is Ryan's sister and it is through him and his girlfriend Molly that Abbi first meets Jax Parker. She knows from her own past that most men covered in tattoos are bad boys and he heart has been broken too many times and she is after a nice guy.
But Jax isn't one of those guys and he must convince Abbi and her mom, Karen, that he is worth it and will do everything he can to treat her right?
Will Jax succeed?
I really love Jax and have since first meeting him in Molly. He was such a good guy and you truly want him happy after what happened with his ex. He was such an incredible friend to Molly and really deserved his happiness.
I liked Abbi and gradually understood why she had some issues after learning about her past. Her and Ryan's mom scared the heck out of me and I hated the pressure that she put on her kids for finding the type of person she wanted them to have and not what they wanted for themselves.
The two had so much chemistry and were so good together. I really crossed my fingers that things would work out and that they would get their happy ever after again and another chance at what they lost.
Emma Morrison is trying to pick up the pieces after the death of her twin sister, Hannah. Emma blames herself as she was the reason the Hannah was driving that night the two of them were in a car accident.
Emma decides to buy Rose Cottage and write a book and there she meets Connie Foster, the owner of a small cafe that Emma helps out in. When Connie's brother, Ruben, returns from overseas, Emma is extremely attracted but knows he is way out of her league.
Ruben is attracted to Emma but when his buddy, Fin, makes a comment about her the two end of having a bet about whether or not he can get Emma to sleep with him. But for Ruben, the bet means nothing as he truly wants a chance with her.
Will Emma open up her heart to Ruben when she is petrified of losing him or will she keep him at a distance? Will she learn about the bet and will she give up on love?
This was such a great book and I am really enjoying this series!
Emma was dealing with so much guilt after the death of Hannah. She was scared to let anyone get close to her as she was afraid they would leave her. Yet through her friendship with Connie she allows herself to trust and let Ruben slowly in.
I liked Ruben but I knew that he would not get away with the bet thing and that it would come back to haunt him. I loved that he really worked hard to let Emma know how beautiful she was and that he did support her through everything.
I enjoyed seeing how everything went through all of the problems that they faced and watched how they dealt with everything. The honesty was so important and Ruben admitted he made a huge mistake. The two definitely had chemistry and I loved how good Ruben made Emma feel about herself.
Such a great series and I can't wait to see what is next!
This is the fourth book in Angel series and the books should be read in order. This book directly picks up from the cliffhanger in book 3, Emma.
This was a great book and a read between the past and the present between Connie and Fin. The story goes back between every time they were together in the past and what keep drawing them back together.
I liked Connie and it was evident that she loved Fin for so long and really wanted to be with him. Yet at the same time she wasn't willing to spend her whole life waiting for him to come around.
I must admit that my feelings for Fin changed through the book as I learned what he had going on in his own past with his father and how he grew up. I hated that he felt that he didn't deserve Connie with everything that was going on in his home life.
I loved how everyone came together in the end when they truly learned what Fin had been dealing with on his own!
Looking forward to Lily's story next!
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