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Angel Angel #1

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A twenty two year old gets captured because of a mistake on the part of his boyfriend In captivity he meets a man named Mikhail who does nothing but torture him And yet as time passes and the captiveprisoner game goes on a Stockholm syndrome type relationship begins to form But is Mikhail as ‘bonded’ with his captive as. MehStraight forward dark organized crime story where Ty's hens have come home to roost Unfortunately Mason is the collateral damage The odd word choicesentence structure over the top descriptions too stupid to be professionals and Mary Sue Mason left me less than enad Add on the cliffhanger ending and I'm out

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Erything in his power including fabricating stories to make it seem like everything is fine even when things are not even close to being ‘fine’ His tendency to keep Mason in a happy and ‘safe’ frame of mind is a losing game and when Ty ends up killing the son of a mob boss by mistake Mason too will have to pay for it. Angel is a disturbing read about a boy who was kidnapped and used as a sex slave in a private club He's been there for years Ty is one of the rich screwed up men who nearly lives at the private club because he can't get his rocks off without feeling like he can completely do anything he wants to someone especially violence He begins to have a conscience and wants to get Angel out of this situation Not giving this five stars because I was not totally wrapped up with these MCs and the ending left me hanging This is not a sweet romance this is a dark erotic read with rape slavery and physical abuse Don't pick this book up without fair warning that you are entering into a world of dark erotica Bruder Kemal up killing the son of a mob boss by mistake Mason too will have to pay for it. Angel is a disturbing read about a boy who was kidnapped and Řídících Márinka (Řídících Márinka, used as a sex slave in a private club He's been there for years Ty is one of the rich screwed あばれんぼハニー (Abarenbo Honey) Vol.02 up men who nearly lives at the private club because he can't get his rocks off without feeling like he can completely do anything he wants to someone especially violence He begins to have a conscience and wants to get Angel out of this situation Not giving this five stars because I was not totally wrapped Labors Giant Step up with these MCs and the ending left me hanging This is not a sweet romance this is a dark erotic read with rape slavery and physical abuse Don't pick this book Labor's Giant Step: The First Twenty Years of the Cio: 1936-55 up without fair warning that you are entering into a world of dark erotica

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He says he is Or is this a ruse to further torment himBook One Ty and ‘Angel’ are having a rough time of it Even though they love each other it’s obvious Ty has a connection with his past life of being a contract killer and it’s hard for him to let go of the violence In order to make Mason Angel feel safe Ty tries ev. This novel has a theme that for some unknown reason appeals to me and when I saw the opportunity for a free copy I was lucky enough to receive it thanks CymaI actually have mixed feelings about this novel; the basic storyline or the bones of the book is very good but the execution of it was a bit hit and miss for me There were two areas that I felt didn't always ring true First is the dialogue; for the most part it was believable but there were times where I felt Angel's response was either not angry enough given the situation or at other times was overly accepting both responses just didn't fit the scene to me The other area where I felt it slipped a little was the rapid change in both characters' attitude a bit too fast and easy for me particularly Angel Unfortunately the 'hotel' scenes is where most of these problems are for me As I said the essential bones of this story has a lot going for it but I think the dialogue in particular needs a bit of tweaking before I can rate it higher I also think by adding a bit background would be of benefit to the story Angel's family particularly his brother Damian's role could be explored earlier or in greater depth than it was as it would help explain their reactions; info about what happened in the years prior to Ty which would explain about Angel's living conditions and his response to Ty; and finally a bit info on Angel's days at the 'hotel' when Ty wasn't around would also be good One other thing I did notice the author always wrote him self rather than himself I don't know why this is the case but admit it was one of those things that grated on me while reading Elektrotechnik unknown reason appeals to me and when I saw the opportunity for a free copy I was lucky enough to receive it thanks CymaI actually have mixed feelings about this novel; the basic storyline or the bones of the book is very good but the execution of it was a bit hit and miss for me There were two areas that I felt didn't always ring true First is the dialogue; for the most part it was believable but there were times where I felt Angel's response was either not angry enough given the situation or at other times was overly accepting both responses just didn't fit the scene to me The other area where I felt it slipped a little was the rapid change in both characters' attitude a bit too fast and easy for me particularly Angel Unfortunately the 'hotel' scenes is where most of these problems are for me As I said the essential bones of this story has a lot going for it but I think the dialogue in particular needs a bit of tweaking before I can rate it higher I also think by adding a bit background would be of benefit to the story Angel's family particularly his brother Damian's role could be explored earlier or in greater depth than it was as it would help explain their reactions; info about what happened in the years prior to Ty which would explain about Angel's living conditions and his response to Ty; and finally a bit info on Angel's days at the 'hotel' when Ty wasn't around would also be good One other thing I did notice the author always wrote him self rather than himself I don't know why this is the case but admit it was one of those things that grated on me while reading