- File Size: 704 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1944475427
- Publisher: Science Future Press (March 27, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 27, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079RC2WVT
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,250 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Maddie and Tyler continue to struggle with their inner demons and each other. Tyler, however, is enlisting not only what he learned in Nepal from his Rinpoche but also the sage advice of Pete, the owner of the strip club where Maddie works (and a sort of surrogate father figure to both Maddie and Tyler), and helpful hints from Raven, the aging stripper turned manager with a heart of gold. These secondary characters add both depth and meaning to the story. I loved the relationship that Tyler forges with Pete, and that he wins over Raven.
Tyler keeps reaching out to Maddie in more and more meaningful ways, and eventually she pushes back less hard. That girl needs some shaking up. She is stuck. Her life sucks and she can’t seem to do anything to correct it…mainly because she can’t let go and trust some people around her to help her out of her jam.
The dialogue is fantastic. Tyler’s verbal diarrhea and inner monologues are endearing. Maddie continues to be in need of a bear hug and a slap to the face to shake her out of her funk. Are Tyler and Maddie each other’s salvation or their ruination? The dramatic and emotionally charged ending left me hanging on a cliff by the tips of two fingers. Call an EMT, I think I’m in V-Fib (but tell them to bring the next installment of the series instead of the paddles)!
Angels Fall didn't captivate me the same way Sin With Me did. I felt quite detached from the characters, even if the writing was really good.
Angels Fall follows the action straight after Sin With Me. And I kind of feel like not much happened - even if it did. At the beginning of the story, Maddie was not where she wanted to be, but she had a plan about how to extricate herself. At least for the short term.
Tyler was very much the same, even if Angels Fall, he was a bit more reasonable. He thought about other people than himself. He figured out that there were, indeed, people who cared about him. And he didn't stop wanting Maddie.
Angels Fall did bring some new information to light, but not as much as I expected, and that might be partly why I felt rather removed, instead of being fully there with the characters. I still can't wait to see what this amazing author duo will come up with next, though. I am sure they have more than a few surprises for me - as well as twists I never will see coming.
I totally enjoyed book one in the Original Sin series, but this second book raised the bar. Maddie and Tyler's story continues in Angels Fall with resilient Maddie trying to deal with the bad guys, and Tyler being Tyler...he's still got alot of baggage... He's determined to win her over despite their past, but he doesn't know everything she's facing...and he's the last person she wants to ask for help. Maddie fights her need for him, but he's slowly wearing her down.
This book starts with a bang, ends with a bang, and there's a whole lotta banging in between. It's a raw, graphic story, tempered by unexpected wit and some awesome secondary characters. I love this world Huss and McClain have created and can't wait for the next installment in the series.
Maddie's stubbornness and "I'll figure this out on my own" attitude is getting in the way of any chance of happiness she may find. Tyler is convinced that they were put in each other's path to help right the wrongs of the past and he is determined to find a way to show Maddie they belong together. The chemistry they share is scorching hot. Tyler's wicked sense of humor and inner monologues make for many LOL moments.
Together they revisit the cause of the deepest pain for both of them which ultimately brings the pair closer. However the special connection and joy they find is short lived when danger and more heartache is forced on their front door.
Julie and Johnathan have perfected the art of the cliffhanger and the anticipation for Flesh Into Fire (book#3) couldn't be greater.
And now we get to the EOBS. (End of Book “Stuff”) It was changed up a bit this time. HA! My lips are sealed about the change, let’s just say I LOVED IT! Any bit of info I can glean from two of my fave authors regarding their mindset when it comes to their writing or anything they opine on is a bonus and for that I’m thankful.