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Angel Paperback – June 14, 2017
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About the Author
C.A.Bell was born and raised on the outskirts of London, England, but for the past four years has resided in the west midlands where she married and made a home. She is author to numerous erotic fiction stories, including The Architect, Nancy's Curse, Femme Fatale: The Agency, The Shame Train, and many more. As well as putting together her own collections of short stories and poetry, she is also a contributor to many anthologies and online magazines.
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Top Customer Reviews
I am a big fan of C.A. Bell and will pretty much read everything she puts in front of me and this was no exception. The blurb was incredibly intriguing and I couldn't wait to dive in.
We meet Angel, a whore at Chateau Rouge but she is tired or being used and wants out, however she is the property of Papa and he won't let her go without a fight.
Cue Felix, an artist from England who might just be her saviour.
Whilst I was reading Angel I was getting a Titanic meets the Moulin Rouge kind of vibe and I couldn't shake this sense of deja vu but I did find the story rather quite interesting. I couldn't put it down as things unraveled .
I was expecting something a little.... darker but I think that is because there is deviant in me that would have preferred darker elements to this story.
My heart broke for poor Angel, trapped in a life of being used and abused by anyone willing to pay for the privilege, so when we were introduced to Felix I hoped he would help free her from this life of misery and debauchery. Watching her grow from a weak character to someone who finally stood up for herself was great to read and I was right there with her, rooting for her.
This was a great read, you should definitely one click it.