Review: Angel by Abby Gale

April 21, 2017

Angel by Abby Gale
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Club Nymph #2
Release - April 24, 2017
Genre - Dark Erotic Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 5 out of 5
Length - 282 pages

I had a dream and a plan.
It was a risk but I got noticed.
I never thought the story I’ve chased would become my own reality.

A descent into darkness.

The signs were there, before it even happened.
I felt it and I should have run without looking back.
But I didn’t realize how deep and depraved it would become.

As the lines became blurred. I felt lost, but also found.

Was I selfish? Stupid? A victim?
Or was it simply my own special kind of sickness?
This is it. My monster. My enemy. My choice.

My story.

WARNING! This is dark erotic suspense. Story contains scenes of rape, abuse and violence which may be a trigger for some. It is intended for mature readers of dark erotica. Please proceed with caution.

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MY REVIEW

First of all, I'm in love with this book's cover. I can't stop looking at it. It fascinates me so much!

Alright, so this story was really messed up. So messed up that it made me feel like maybe I was messed up. Whatever, I know I'm not the only messed up mess out there and these characters certainly showed proof of that.


I can't even write a proper review right now because I have way too much to say and I don't want to ruin this story for anyone. I'll just leave you with my final thoughts:

👼 I had absolutely no sympathy for Angel. NONE!! I don't like to throw women under the bus or blame them for the predicament they find themselves in, but... I blame her. I don't suffer fools lightly and I think it's funny how the author showed us Angel's stupidity, had her acknowledge said stupidity, and then had her proceed with said stupidity. I was shaking my head all over the place during this plot. I was Gordon Ramsay-ing her!


👼 The author found a way to make Mike into a sympathetic character. Now how messed up is it that I wanted a happy ending for him and not Angel? How messed up is it that I was rooting for him, cared for him, wanted to know more about him? My heart broke for him as a child and considering how he was raised, he didn't really stand a chance. His darkness was harnessed and refined at such an early age that his views, wants and needs were perverted.

In the end, this was a dark tale about a captor and his captive, however, if you happen to read it, you'll find that it encompasses so much more than that. I had a blast reading it and I recommend it to anyone looking for a story that is twisted and dark.

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