Angel Perez had a second chance at a new beginning. After the death of her Aunt Rosie, Angel followed the instructions of her aunt and packed up only a few of her belongings and headed to Florida. After moving into her Aunt Rosie’s small cottage on Siesta Key Beach, she was quickly adjusting to her new life.
After finding a job at an insurance company, Angel became friends with the two owners, Sara Roberts and Brea Kinsley. Sara and Brea made it their mission to fix Angel up on a blind date with their very handsome and single friend Mason Myles.
Afraid that her past would catch up with her, Angel lived a very private life. When she met the tall, dark, and handsome Dr. Mason Myles, she knew she wouldn’t be able to resist him. He swept her off her feet with his sexy, dimpled smile and charm.
Living on the run from a very abusive boyfriend, Jim Davis, Angel lived in fear that Jim would somehow find her. After she revealed her abusive past and fears to Mason, Mason vowed to protect her.
I really enjoyed this book, but felt like it could be more descriptive of Angel and Masons relationship and chemistry. The storyline is good and downloaded the second book.
Needs some beefing out
I got this as a freebie on iBooks.
On the whole, it’s quite a good story.
However, some times the author goes into full detail about some things, and then feels to rush other parts jumping to days later in the next sentence, and never explaining things.
The sentencing was in places quite stilted, the story line had some cracks in it, and felt to lack follow up or execution.
It actually felt like a book that I wrote as a teenager.... started promising, but failed to fulfil expectations.
If the author sat down and re-read the book, and filled up some of the paragraphs, checked her grammar and story flow, it would be pretty good.
I still bought books 2&3 as I wanted to see how the characters grew and developed (and the storyline is actually something really close to my heart) ... but I was left.... feeling half full.... like eating at a Fine Dining Restaurant when you expect an All-You-Can-Eat buffet.
I found this book so bizarrely overly detailed in the mundane parts, very short sentences that made it feel clinical and not warm like you’re supposed to feel when reading a great book. Too many full stops meant that the story line for me never fully flowed well.