[Ebook] ➯ Angel of Darkness ➮ Lynne Graham – Thegreatwallonline.us

Angel of Darkness Reading Angel Of Darkness Author Lynne Graham Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk The Days Of Your Innocence Are Long Gone.She Didn T Get Very Far Before A Powerful Hand Closed Over One Slim Shoulder And Yanked Her Back He Spun Her Round With Frightening Strength.Look At Me He Demanded With Inborn Arrogance, Glittering Dark Eyes Scanning Her Pale, Distraught Face Your Freedom Is Gone And Not Only For Now, Cara It S Gone For As For As Long As I Want I Will Keep You And I Will Clothe You And You Will Not Make A Single Move That You Haven T Cleared With Me First Your Are Mine And You Had Better Adjusting To That Idea Fast I Am Not The Most Patient Of Men.

[Ebook] ➯ Angel of Darkness  ➮ Lynne Graham – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • Angel of Darkness
  • Lynne Graham
  • English
  • 04 October 2018
  • 0263841049

10 thoughts on “Angel of Darkness


  1. says:

    Wow This was a fantastic book Intense, passionate, well written I found both characters complex and compelling Their bond was so emotionally powerful, I couldn t stop reading about it And the payoff makes it all worthwhile.Kelda holds her own against Angelo She is not a pushover by any means She was tough Yes, she allowed Angelo to think the worst of her, but in a way, I liked it, because it was brave and ballsy of her I really dislike when the heroine in these books is so willing to be Wow This was a fantastic book Intense, passionate, well written I found both characters complex...


  2. says:

    this was fantastic, a re read from sept 2013 october 2015 but, which still sets my heart beating faster amazing chemistry, high level of angst and a good reason for conflicts Angelo was totally smitten wid Kelda since like forever, which made it ridiculous dat she hid his paternity from him the heroine was bitchy and spoiled by her mother and her aunt, as observed by hero himself i liked dat she did not suffer from puppy love for him infact she hated him as a kid bcoz he interfered too much this was fantastic, a re read from sept 2013 october 2015 but, which still sets my heart beating faster amazing chemistry, high level of angst and a good reason f...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I love the old Lynne Graham s They always seem to keep me turning the pages This one was no exception.In the first few pages Kelda, the heroine, seemed pretty selfish but she did get better and also realized how selfish she was being so I was glad about that She got better as the story unfolded However, she did lie to Angelo about him not being the father of her baby It did bother me quite a bit mostly because I could see just from the way the story was written that Angelo was devestated th I love the old Lynne Graham s They always seem to keep me turning the pages This one was no exception.In the first few pages Kelda, the heroine, seemed pretty selfish but she did get better and also realized how selfish she was being so I was glad about that She got better as the story unfolded However, she did lie to Angelo about him not being the father ...


  4. says:

    Too much screaming and bickering for me There were elements that drew me in I love the captive heroine trope and the step brother thing had a sort of forbidden kinky appeal But the heroine was a screaming harpy Some may see her as strong, but I saw her as childish, impulsive, self centered, and dishonest YMMV, I m sure Yes the Hero was at times atrocious, appallingly so The sexist nasty remarks were just despicable and abusive Still, I prefer a heroine who maintains a certain amount of d Too much screaming and bickering for me There were elements that drew me in I love the captive heroine trope and the step brother thing had a sort of forbidden kinky appeal But the heroine was a screaming harpy Some may see her as strong, but I saw her as childish, impulsive, self centered, and dishonest YMMV, I m sure Yes the Hero was at times atrocious, appallingly so The sexist nasty remarks were just despicable and abusive Still, I prefer a heroine who maintains a certain amount of dignity I think cutting someone dead in a ladylike dignified matter is so much classier and makes the other person look SO much worse Instead, this heroine was childish and screamed, lied and played into the hero s worst beliefs Lots of exclamation points in her speech I so don t get how you save your prid...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Darkness is the operative word in this title LG provides no comedy or cute pets or adorable children to lighten the mood of this obsessed stepbrother stepsister outing The story opens with the H s father and the h s mother contemplating remarriage The h is totally against it since she thought the H s father cheated on her mother during their marriage plus she wants nothing to do with the stepbrother whom her mother left her with when she went on a year lo...


  6. says:

    2.5 stars.You should suspense your desblief or ignore some weird situations, decisions etc As a matter of fact, it s a harlequin book.


  7. says:

    2.75 Stars


  8. says:

    Wow this is an example of Lynne Graham at her finest IMO her older MBs just can t be beaten for sure inventiveness and stories that are packed with the most blistering passion and intensity Her older books also have the feeling that they are treading the fine line between taboo and PC, and this book has that in spades.The whole stepbrother idea had me immediately on edge, to me it felt like it might be a bit, well, ick But somehow Lynne Graham made it work, in fact this element of the Wow this is an example of Lynne Graham at her finest IMO her older MBs just can t be beaten for sure inventiveness and stories that are packed with the most blistering passion and intensity Her older books also have the feeling that they are treading the fine line between taboo and PC, and this book has that in spades.The whole stepbrother idea had me immediately on edge, to me it felt like it might be a bit, well, ick But somehow Lynne Graham made it work, in fact this element of the story far from being a put off only added to the overall angsty mood of the whole book.I hated and loved this book in equal measures, and that is what makes it so damn good Angelo as a hero is someone I wanted to throttle for the way he treated the heroine, but oh man he is alpha to the core and by the time I was near the end I was almost desperate for him to fess up to his actual feelings...


  9. says:

    Very good Lynne Graham and it kind of hit the spot for me tonight I had a very intense weekend of doing lots of arts and crafts and I needed a total break for my brain This was a very obsessed hero You could tell he was after her any way he could get her even though there was some bitterness between them He said some pretty cruel things to her but most of them were knee jerk reactions I was pleased that at least he was as weakly hot for her as she was for him Many of his actions were becau Very good Lynne Graham and it kind of hit the spot for me tonight I had a very intense weekend of doing lots of arts and crafts and I needed a total break for my brain This was a very obsessed hero You could tell he was after her any way he could get her even though there was some bitterness between them He said some pretty cruel things to her but most o...


  10. says:

    Oh my god this book was a mess I had a very hard time connecting with the characters in this one Both characters were too one dimensional All the annoying bitchy heroine was saying was Shut up and I hate you and the hero for some reason was just creepy to me One of the worst books I ever read

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