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    I have waited for this book for a while as I have read previously the rest of the Made Men series and thoroughly enjoyed them. This book focuses on Angel Luciano and Adalyn (sister to Vincent) and the relationship that builds between them. Adalyn likes bad boys, of this she has no doubt about and she is particularly interested in Angel (who if you’ve read the previous story is forced to work with the Carusos to keep the peace between the two families. This story focuses on these two characters getting together, their misunderstandings and the development between Angel and Adalyn. Angel and Adalyn are worlds apart as characters and I sometimes felt that Adalyn was a little bit too immature for a guy like Angel. Also, their lack of communication also got to be a bit frustrating at times and their seemed to be misunderstandings for no reason other than just to misunderstand each other throughout the book. I also didn’t quite understand how Angel could love one woman and then get out of love with her so quickly (you’d need to read the book to understand this part!) Angel is also quite a dark character (here could be triggers for people who read this book!) and I can’t say for 100% that I could see him with Adalyn for the long run, she just doesn’t seem to be mature enough for that (although she is understanding of Angel’s past issues) and to be honest all she wants to have is a mob husband, she doesn’t really have any other goals in life. Although she is witty, she is just young and I wonder if the book had been written with the characters being a bit older that we would have seen more emotional development rather than the character coming across as a love struck teen (which I guess she is). We are also introduced to Angel’s twin who comes across as a little erratic, and favourites such as Lucca and Nero are back. Lucca does play an important part in the development of Angel and Adalyn’s relationship and it is great to see him again, he is so mysterious and devious but also a little bit crazy which makes him a great character. This book was okay.....I would have liked to have seen more action between the characters and a more developed story line as I felt that it was just a little flat. But I will be reading more books by this author as she does write amazingly books, sadly this book is just not going to be a favourite.
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    Angel - He's not an Angel, but love conquers all

    this is a great continuation to Sarah Brianne's Made Men series. The story line is believe able and the chemistry between all the characters, especially Adalyn and Angel was smooth and entertaining
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    Amazing book, they just get better & better. I loved Angel just as much as Lucca! Great story so many twists and such a perfect pairing as well as a solid story. I enjoyed seeing more Maria too. Can't wait for the next book.

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