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- Print Length: 288 pages
- Publication Date: April 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y29N714
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,666 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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‘Angel mine’ is the debut book of Kay Maree. It’s a mafia story that takes place in Australia. The fact that the story didn’t take place in America or Italy gave the story for me something extra and the fact that Dominic had an Italian accent was another plus for me.
You have books that are slow burners and you have insta love books. ‘Angel mine’ is a 200% insta love romance story! I must confess that after reading the blurb I expected an emotional and dark story but the writer surprised me with humor, friendship and love. Especially that first one, I didn’t expect to find in this book. But the ‘funny craziness’ of both Brooklyn and her best friend Katherine made that the story wasn’t too dark although it involved some emotional scenes. I know that some people will find Brooklyn very naive but I think that that innocent just made her the perfect match for Dominic.
Brooklyn Mackenzie is a young woman who’s been abused emotionally and physically by her ex-boyfriend (the father of her child). She stayed with him until the moment that he started to use violence against their daughter too. She ran away from him with the help of her best friend Katherine. The last thing that Brooklyn expected to find, was love and protection in the arms of a dangerous mob boss.
After running away from her abusive ex-boyfriend, Brooklyn only wanted a quiet life where she and her daughter were safe from her ex-boyfriend. She never expected to find true love with another man but that happens when Dominic walks in at the coffee shop where Brooklyn works.
The attraction between them is immediately. Dominic knows right away that Brooklyn is the woman for him. But Brooklyn isn’t so sure at first, she’s afraid. Can she trust another man after what happened with her ex-boyfriend and will Dominic accept her daughter Evie? Can she really trust Dominic not to hurt her or her daughter?
But the strange thing is that the more Brooklyn gets to know Dominic and his dangerous world where he lives in, the safer she feels. Because she knows within her heart that the dangerous man would never hurt her or her daughter. She has never felt more loved before but Brooklyn knows that she has to be careful because her ex-boyfriend is looking for her and she knows that one day he will find them. Can Dominic protect her and her daughter not only from him but also from his own enemies?
Like I said in the beginning, the pace in this story is very fast. But I didn’t mind it. I love my slow burners but sometimes you want a story where the couple fall in love at first sight. In ‘Angel mine’ that is definitely the case. I think the reason for that is the fact that although Brooklyn and Dominic had a very different upbringing (Brooklyn grew up in a normal, protective home and Dominic grew up in a mafia family), both are looking for the same thing. They want someone to love and who will also love them back and it’s that longing for love that makes that they fall for each other so quickly. They recognize this need in each other and that’s also the reason that I felt for their love story too. Throughout the story you felt the love and the need for love and for each other.
Two of the side characters in this story were Brooklyn’s best friend Katherine (Kat) and Dominic’s best friend Antonio. They were both very interesting people and the fact that they both were also fascinated with each other gave this story something extra too. Kat is the total opposite of Brooklyn. She isn’t shy but she’s very protective and loyal. She has definitely a special way with words.
Brooklyn is a woman who sees nothing but good in other people so Kat with her big mouth makes their friendship very fascinating. Dominic is an alpha and dominant man but he’s also sexy and very tender towards his ‘girls’ something I really liked about him. I really enjoyed ‘Angel mine’ and I’m looking forward to the next story in this series.
I've been trying to work out how to describe this book and the best I can come up with is forget about fifty shades of grey there's absolutely no grey here at all this is all black and white. All the characters are extreme, either completely bad or incredibly good there's just no grey areas at all and it's weird.
It's insta-love as well so if this isn't your thing you've been warned.
I understand this is a debut novel so I don't want to be too harsh after all the basics are covered.
It has a good alpha male in Dominic and that's a major part of the book for me, Dominic was simply fabulous.
So despite the fact that everyone was so completely OTT and Brooklyn was so naive that I'm sure at twenty-three she still believes in Santa, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy this book worked.
Yes it annoyed me at times, I needed the grey and didn't realise how weird a book is without it, where were the normal people?
So we have Dominic who's brilliant, Antonio is not far behind, Kat is a great friend but a bit too full-on for me, Evie is just precious and at 5 years old she's already way smarter and worldly wise than her mother, Brooklyn was too naive and I want to say pathetic but I know with what she's been through that seems harsh but when I think of her it's the first word that springs to mind.
I'm assuming Antonio and Kat's book is next and I'd be interested in reading that.
Everyone has their own rating system and I've had complaints in the past that I'll write a review stating I've enjoyed a book but then only give 3* the problem is I don't consider 3* a negative. Most of the books I read fall into the 3* category, this for me signifies a good enjoyable read. 5* is reserved for the rare amazing books that come around (if you're very lucky) several times a year. 4* is also an exceptional read, a book I'll re-read and keep handy, so is book gets a good 3*.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Angel Mine is a mafia romance with a hot alpha male with an endearing personality. Kay Maree got it right when she created Dominic.Read more