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Angels and Assassins 2: BWWM romance Paperback – August 6, 2018
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- Publisher : Independently published (August 6, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 278 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1718187866
- ISBN-13 : 978-1718187863
- Item Weight : 15.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,430,361 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Larke has taken on a case that is perplexing her. One Friday nite she was working late and thought her assistant was coming back to remind her to go but instead Dez walked in. Emotions they both held inside finally burst from them and the embrace set them both on fire.
Dez saved her life that nite two different times. She had never needed anyone and within hours Dez had become invaluable to her.
Read this exciting, page turning story of two who need each other like the next breath they breath. Read how Larke brings life to a person who thought he was unlovable. Read how Dez is determined to destroy anyone who looks sideways at Larke. In these pages you will encounter an issue many young women/children are dealing with that seldom makes a headline or a news cast in the world.
I love this writer and have been waiting to read her next installment in her Angels & Assassins series. Ms. Walker, thank you for not forgetting about those of us who love the series. You reminded us of the characters we fell in love with in book 1 and expanded on those who have a story waiting to be told...Can't wait for your next installment..
This was a good read. However, it wasn't what I would call great or her best work. I've re-read book one of this series over and over and over again. I absolutely loved Taylor and Gage's story. It flowed effortlessly. The character development was spot on and I truly felt a connection between the main characters. Not so much in this book... For some reason it just felt a little forced to me. I'm not exactly sure how to explain it. Also, there was one very minute discrepancy with the vague description of Larke that we received. In the beginning the author states she's wearing a short pixie cut. Later she says she's going to look like Celie from the Color Purple because of her twist or braids. We got a description of Larke's abnormal nipples but not her actual face. Another thing that confused me was when the author states she didn't have a sufficient winter coat. Why?? Did she sell off all of her clothes when she became so poor that all she could do was afford her trendy pixie cut? She wasn't homeless or indigent before going into business for herself so...? Anyway, the book for me flowed smoothly up to the point when Dez thinks it's a good idea to drop her at her apartment alone after an attempt has been made on her life. Really?!!😒 Then the second attempt on her life warrant's going to the coworkers house,whom you don't like or trust and believes she's an escort! Like come on!! I started to doubt the strong intelligent man Dez was supposed to be at that point. Other than that the book was good. Larke took charge at the end and was really stronger than I thought she was. I liked that. I don't believe that the Cory end was ever tied up. Did Larke and the sister ever find out what happened to him? Or did they just forget about it and move on? I hope that book 3 is more like book one with all questions being answered. I forgot to mention that the yacht scene where Larke turns into a complete bad a$$ all of a sudden with no former training was totally unbelievable. Another thing that made me question Dez's former training was that he chose to bring the trafficking victim back to the tiny house on the same island or place that they rescued her from. The ending where Gano is supposedly pretending to be the dead FBI agent and getting away with it??? I was utterly confused as to why the author would say that. How would that be possible? She didn't tell us how Gano got in position to even do such a thing. Too many things left unsaid.
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I would wholeheartedly recommend this book and any and all books written by this author!!