Angel Avenue by Sarah Michelle Lynch (Reviewed by Julie)

Angel Avenue CoverTitle: Angel Avenue

    Author: Sarah Michelle Lynch

    Published Date: December 17, 2013

    Genre:  Contemporary Romance


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Jules had a hard childhood that continues to impact her daily relationships. When she first reaches out, the man, Laurie, tells her he loves her but doesn’t stick around. She waits on a street corner where they met; waiting for him or someone to give her what she needs. Warrick, who has had his share of hard knocks, takes a chance and approaches on Saturday afternoon. With his patience, friendship and love she is able to slay the ghosts from the past.

 ***Contains Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

paragraph divider 18 ***Julie, #NerdGirlJulie’s Review***

I loved this book. From the start, the well-paced storyline kept me engaged. The characters take a while to get to know as the author “peels the layers of their onion”. As their relationship develops the readers get a real feel for both Jules and Warrick even though they continue to try to hide their deepest, darkest secrets from one another.

Their flaws torment them while they are able to accept the others flaws.

 Their friendship slowly evolves into a love story that is rocked as their secrets are shared. Warrick appears to be Jules anchor but is it really the other way around? The two main characters balance each other nicely, and Warrick, being older and more experienced, gives Jules the love and support she needs to slay her personal dragons and grow into a mature woman who is at peace with her past.

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