Happily drowning in books

“People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading.” -Logan Pearsall Smith

Review: Angel’s Fall

on February 15, 2014

Title: Angel’s Fall

Author: Nora Roberts

Rating: fivestars


“God, I annoy myself,” she muttered. “What-ifs are for tomorrow. The moment’s what maters. And at this moment, I want to live.” There was sweetness in the world, she reminded herself. and love, and kindness. it was good to be part of that again, to feel that again.

Reece has been struggling for years to get her life back on track after a horrifying incident that took place in her past. Moving from place to place, never planting roots, is how she copes with the trauma that nearly destroyed her life. But something about Angel’s Fall has grabbed ahold of Reece and won’t let go, won’t let her move on. It might be that she found a job cooking at a diner and rekindling the love she once bore for cooking. It might be her boss and newfound friends that have made her feel welcome. It might even be the caustic and sexy Brody, who causes her pulse to jump wildly. But whatever it is, for the first time in a long time, Reece wants to stay. But when her new peaceful lifestyle is shattered by witnessing a crime that no one else saw, she finds the fears and terrors of her past catching up to her once more.

This book was great! Reece’s story was heartbreaking, and it was wonderful to see her let go of her fears and her past and start to live again. The mystery behind the crime that she witnessed kept me on the edge of my seat and had me guessing until the very end. A very intense, emotional, and all around fantastic story!


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