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Quiet Angel is the second book I have read by Prescott Lane and she is becoming a go to author for me. I truly enjoyed the first book I read by her called Perfectly Broken, but this book was even better!! Her writing and story telling has improved so much just between the two books. This story flowed effortlessly and was such an intriguing story that I didn't want to put it down. I will say that the subject matter of this book was a tough one. She covers child molestation, but the way that author wrote this story was extremely well. Nothing was too graphic and everything was written with tactfulness. The author is able to create the characters and tell the story so that the reader can feel everything the characters were feeling. Now don't get me wrong this wasn't all heavy, she even had me laughing at times with some of the secondary characters (Poppy). This was also an amazing love story about two young teenagers who fall in love and are separated by circumstances out of their control, but then are reunited years later. So if you are a fan of a second chance romance, this is the book to read.
I loved how the author wrote this book. The first 4 chapters are from when Gage and Layla are teenagers and when they first meet. Then she flash forwards 12 years and plays out there reunion and what happens from there. I thought the time lapse would bug me but it was very well written. In the present time, she fills in the blanks of what happened to both Gage and Layla over their 12 year separation .
I absolutely loved Gage and Layla's characters. Layla was such a strong heroine.Read more ›
“But it’s hard to tell your mind to stop when your heart won’t listen.”
Layla has been through more hardships in her lifetime than any one person should have to endure. However, I admired that she didn’t let that bring her down. She never stopped believing in something and used it to strengthen her spirit rather than weaken her faith in her angels. We meet her when she is only sixteen years old, and even then, you could tell the world had taken pieces of her soul. She meets Gage, an eighteen year old boy who has his future laid out at his feet, and together for a summer, they begin to fill the voids for each other. Even at a young age, readers could see that he was smart, dedicated, and incredibly protective. Due to certain events, they separate only to run into each other many years down the road, and that is where the story truly begins. The two characters together gave you hope that true love does exist, even if their love only occurs inside the pages of a novel. I don’t want to say too much because I felt their love and desires so deep in my heart that there are simply no words that could do it justice; it’s something that needs to be read and experienced firsthand.
“Regret is not looking for you longer. Regret is not kissing you that day in the Houston airport.Read more ›
The summer before starting college, Gage Montgomery's life changed forever. Although it started quite innocently enough, with his family spending the summer on St. Simons Island, a tiny island just off the coast of Atlanta Georgia, an event that he had repeated for nearly every summer in memory, it all changed when Layla appeared. Different from the typical preppy, rich crowd, who frequently made the island there summer get-away, Gage noticed Layla immediately. Gage, in turn, gained Layla's attention when he came to her rescue, a protective instinct he would be bound to repeat numerous times in the future.
Gage and Layla spent most of that lazy summer together. They were inseparable in their friendship as they carried on their days enjoying each other's mutual company. And though they tried to resist their mutual chemistry, they eventually capitulated to their mutual desires.
As Gage awakened from that perfect night, however, to his vast shock and never ending regret, Layla was gone. Having vanished without a trace, Gage went through the steps of moving on. No matter how many countless women warmed his bed in the many lonely years that came and went thereafter, however, he never could forget his "angel".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lane Prescott has become one of my favorite author's. I have all of her books and this one has become one of my favorites. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
This was my first book to read by Prescott Lane. I really enjoyed reading this story. Spanning over many years, this second chance romance is a great read! Read morePublished 8 months ago by It's just me
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
I admit I had a little trouble getting into the story at first, but I am so glad I kept reading! Read more
3.5 stars. This was a sweet love story that spans many years. I think it's kind of obvious that this is a new author trying to perfect her craft. Read morePublished 13 months ago by KT
I'm usually a sucker for a second chance love story. This was a sweet love story though at times I found some things not believable after they found each other... Read more
Gage has graduated high school and is spending his summer on St. Simon Island off the coast of Georgia with his parents, before going off to the Naval Academy in a few months. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Somersjjs
This was a very moving story of two young lovers destined for each other despite the horrors that tore them apart. Read morePublished 13 months ago by c.lord
Quiet angel just made it on to my Favorite Book list! In this book young love it separated and found again 12 years later, and despite others who want to keep them apart they... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chloe Love
This was a really good second chance love story. It didn't grab me right away. I wasn't quite sure where the story was going to go. Read morePublished 13 months ago by April