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‘Sometimes angel’s fall. And that’s OK. Because there are lots of people who still give a shit. There are lots of people willing to extend a hand and lift you back up. I’m not Tyler’s angel. He’s mine.’

Maddie and Tyler’s journey started in Sin With Me and continues in Angel’s Fall and it takes a different tone; one of melancholy, loneliness as well as soul baring honesty and vulnerability. The heat and passion is still very much there yet this instalment felt more emotional and heart breaking at times. The character development was evident in their growth through the discoveries and self-realisations made. Without question; the storyline in Angel’s Fall is quite emotional and gritty however for all that is dark the light easily balances it out through comical situations, bang on humour and laugh out loud banter. Perfection.

‘He’s still totally Tyler. Which means unstable. And unpredictable. And as uncertain as an uncertain future can be. And I have to guard my heart, I don’t want to. But I have to. Because I won’t be broken again. I won’t let it happen. I’ve had enough tragedy and heartbreak for this lifetime.’

Maddie comes into her own in this book, showing her sassiness, her strength and control. However, whilst at times she exercises her ‘poor me’ attitude a bit too much, she truly does reveal what’s hidden under that suit of armour she shields herself in. Her vulnerability and loneliness is apparent as is her inner most wish to be needed, wanted and ultimately loved.

‘I owe Maddie Clayton. And whatever I have to do to, whatever price I have to pay, mountain I have to climb, or dragon I have to slay to show her that I’m worthy of having this chance to make it right between us, bet your fucking ass that I will do all that it takes and then some.’

Tyler still makes us laugh, he makes our hearts hurt and he makes us incredibly hot and bothered. His mouth has no filter and we love this about him. Dirty filthy honest and kind. He’s a contradiction that we just can’t help but fall in love with. His soul is damaged but it recognises friendship and love despite his persona appearing raw and proper effed up.

‘Whatever I have to do to see to it that she is safe, and happy, and free from pain, I will do. Whatever it takes. Whatever the cost. I will suffer for her, if there must be suffering. It will be a privilege.’

Angel’s Fall had such depth and once again the writing and story development was flawless. This author combo is one of the best ones we’ve read and their POV completely complement each other’s. Maddie and Tyler are made to be; they are two halves of a whole, their damaged souls seeking and finding something in each other, giving the other a purpose, fulfilling a need and shouldering a burden that weighs so heavily. We have become so intensely invested in these characters and their story we cannot wait for the next instalment.

‘I’m on a mission. A mission to heal her. A mission to heal myself. And this time, I’m going to show the fuck up.’

 

Synopsis

Sometimes angels fall.

Maddie doesn’t really owe drug lord, Carlos Castillo, money. So she hadn’t taken his threats seriously. Until now. He wants it, whether she owes it or not. And if she doesn’t have it in six weeks he’s gonna take her as payment instead.

Tyler would save the world if he could. That’s a fight that lasts forever. And if there’s one thing he’s good at, it’s fighting. So if Maddie thinks she’s gonna deal with an insane drug lord on her own, she’s crazier than he is.

She’s got a debt she can’t pay. He’s got more money than he needs.
She’s not gonna fall for his charm. He’s gonna make sure that happens.

They’re destined to be together. Even if Maddie doesn’t know it yet.
Sometimes your soul mate isn’t who you’d choose, it’s who you need.

Good thing you don’t get to choose.

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