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Monday, December 26, 2016

Review: Emma (Angel Series #2) by Tracy Lorraine

**I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I did not and do no accept monetary compensation for reviews. These are my original thoughts and feelings.**


Deciding it’s time to move on after the devastating loss of her twin sister, Emma starts a new life in a new village with the intention of having a quiet life to concentrate on her writing. What she doesn’t expect is that Connie, the quirky cafĂ© owner where she has spent so much time, will become her new best friend, and that her Connie’s brother will spark something inside her that she didn’t ever think could be uncovered. 
Will Emma be able to overcome her fear of loss and her lack of self-confidence to be able to let him in or will she push away the only man that’s ever made her feel alive? 

Ruben has spent the last six months travelling Australia. He has spent his time enjoying the easy life style and the even easier women. After witnessing the pain of a broken heart Ruben made the decision that he was never going let a woman in, he was content with letting them warm his bed and nothing more. That is until a photograph appears on his phone and a pair of light blue eyes and a curvy body knock him on his arse. 
Will he be able to put aside his fear of losing himself to a woman to fight for the one thing he wants more than anything and accept that his future isn’t what he thought he wanted?

My Review:
5 Stars

I have absolutely fallen in love with the characters in the Angel series. I thought I would feel incomplete without Molly and Ryan, since they played a large part in Abby's story. I couldn't have been more wrong. Emma is such an amazing and captivating character all on her own.

Emma has been through a lot. Between dealing with survivor's guilt and watching her sister's boyfriend find happiness with their best friend, Emma is drowning. Knowing that she needs to get a grip on the life she has to lead Emma makes some changes. She moves into her own house and starts exercising. Little does she know her greatest challenge is just around the corner.

Emma's story hits really close to my heart. Everyday is a challenge when you can't accept who is staring back at you in the mirror, when you are constantly scared of getting hurt and when you don't realize the support system you have around you. Watching her blossom and grow throughout this story was great and heart wrenching at the same time. I cannot wait for  the next installment in the Angel series. Tracy Lorraine has created characters that have burrowed deep into my heart!

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