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Angel's Halo: Atonement

Série : Angel's Halo MC, Volume 5
Durée : 6 h et 58 min

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Lessons hard learned last the longest.

Creswell Springs' biggest man-whore, Raider Hannigan, one of Angel's Halo MC's most notorious members, wasn't for me.

After years of him holding my heart, I had seen the harsh light of my reality.

Raider would never want me...or love me.

With a firm resolve to move on, I wouldn't give in.

Only one moment of weakness came back to bite me. Now I had a secret.

No one needed to know the depths of it all, especially not him.

©2017 Terri Anne Browning (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Global
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  • Jenny Harris
  • 26/02/2018

wow this book is amazing

I have read and reviewed all of the books in this series. This like the others is a rollercoaster you don't want to get off of. it has its ups and downs but wowza what a book. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone

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  • Global
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  • Chryi
  • 05/04/2018

Didn't want to love it but...

Raider was one of the characters I originally didn't like, but he grew one me bc of his love for Quin. The major reason I loved the book is bc of what happened to Tanner and Warren, not saying I loved what happened to them, but how emotional it got me. It actually made me cry, esp to see the love the mc has for each other. Another part are how the Vitucci series family is mentioned! I started with those books and was pleasantly surprised to see them here too! On to the next book~

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  • Global
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Amazon Customer
  • 19/07/2019

Great series with lots of storylines

Love these books and the rocker books also. The characters are fun with it all the narrator used. I have been going thru these stories like wildfire

  • Global
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Histoire
    4 out of 5 stars
  • JS
  • 12/07/2019

Mid-series review after Book 5 of 8, smiling.

Each book has been short enough for me to finish in a day. Each has focused on a different couple's story while continuing the stories of previous couples in the background. You need to read these books in correct order to get the continuing story of what's happening for the club and MC family. The perfect series, in my opinion, would give a few more moments to past couples here and there as a way to keep the reader experiencing their HEA as an ongoing event, with tie-in to the new couple, of course. That would improve this series.

In Atonement, I would have liked to have had a detailed description of Quinn's debut 'on stage' (trying not to give a spoiler). Also, it has irritated me throughout the series that men refer to all women as 'females.' I've never heard the unclaimed club women referred to as 'sheep' before. It's actually a fair description of how they herd in whatever way the men send them, but regarding Quinn's sheep sisters, those sheep have claws!

Mafia factors entered the story in book 4, reminding the reader that these men who are loving and protective of their families can also be as bad as it takes, and more when those they protect are harmed. The mafia problem just increased in book 5, Atonement. I'm now very interested in The Vitucci Mafiosos, a 4 book series by this author. I'll finish the last 3 books in Angel's Halo in the next few days, then reevaluate the series.

  • Global
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  • Histoire
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  • Wendy Douglas
  • 19/05/2019

Undecided

I've been listening to this series, and while I've liked some things about it -- enough to keep listening -- I realized with this book I'm not going any farther. For one thing, the narration is almost painful to listen to at times. It is not a performance but more a narration, and it's simply disappointing when there is the potential for a lot of emotion.

I have a bigger problem with the construction of the stories. Including other points of view has become increasingly irritating, as I've felt like the characters who are supposed to be the highlighted couple get cheated. The focus isn't on them during their story, which ends up leaving certain elements untold or glossed over.

There are so many issues that continue from book to book, never fully resolving, that I'm simply tired of them. While I like the idea of the intended continuity aspect, there are no HEAs to give anybody true happiness. I'm finally just worn out.

All that said, I love the unrequited love trope. I liked it here -- but the resolution was underwhelming. I guess that's the feeling I've taken away from each book, and that's why I'm going to give the rest of this series a pass.

  • Global
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  • Histoire
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  • Katy
  • 02/05/2019

Stories are getting better

The stories for this series are getting better, but the narrator for the main FEMALE (so sick of the overuse of this word in this series!) narrator reads like a computer. Each word is enunciated so much that it sounds like random words being spoken.

  • Global
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Histoire
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  • Pockets
  • 28/11/2018

Great to listen to

This book was Quinn had to worry about being bullied by her three sisters because they did not like her or cared for her. Quinn didn't know what she was going to do about Raider because she still loved him and thought he did not love or cared about her. Raider did not know how to let the woman he loves know it. Quinn find out that she needs to leave because she did not want Raider to know she was working a new job. But now it would be good to get the book to find out what is going on with the other people in the book. Worth it to get the book. I will be getting more from this author.

  • Global
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  • Histoire
    3 out of 5 stars
  • Gstar
  • 22/07/2018

Good

I feel like this is the weakest one since the series grew really stronger thanks to Hawk's story. I was looking forward to Quinn and Raider. I wanted Raider to fall as madly as deeply as Hawk did. I didn't feel that. I'm not really looking forward to the Italian side of things in the next book; but as the stories don't delve too deeply into the action side of things, I doubt that will be a problem. I really like the Alpha-caveman aspect of the bikers rather than the politics tbh. That's not so interesting, especially as the Italian mob storyline seems to have come from nowhere. I almost feel like it's a crossover storyline from another series, which might be the case, but as I haven't read the crossover, it's just irritating. The same happened with Jet and FLick's actually; I felt like the band might be another series or something. Still, really enjoyable and I listened in pretty much one sitting!

  • Global
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  • Darcie
  • 17/07/2018

Finally...Raider & Quinn!!

Raider is a manwh**e but that hasn’t stopped Quinn from loving him for years. That said, she’s finally had enough of watching the club ‘sheep’ all over Raider and him ignoring her. That all changes on the night of Jet & Felicity’s engagement party. Quinn decides to let club prospect, Boomer, punch her V-card...but things happen and it ends up being Raider. Raider does what he does best...he runs...ends up being gone for weeks. Will Quinn stick around for his return? Navigate through strippers, mafia hits & and the death of a couple of club Raider is a manwh**e but that hasn’t stopped Quinn from loving him for years. That said, she’s finally had enough of watching the club ‘sheep’ all over Raider and him ignoring her. That all changes on the night of Jet & Felicity’s engagement party. Quinn decides to let club prospect, Boomer, punch her V-card...but things happen and it ends up being Raider. Raider does what he does best...he runs...ends up being gone for weeks. Will Quinn stick around for his return? Navigate through Raider’s discovery of his feelings for Quinn, strippers, mafia hits & and the death of a couple of club members...the drama is just ramping up! Can’t wait for the next book! members...the drama is just ramping up! Can’t wait for the next book!

  • Global
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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16/07/2018

Book #5

Over all not bad. Could have been better if . . .
#1 Performance - This series has a number of voice actors/actress - would have been so much more entertaining if each voice actor/actress stayed within their own character in each chapter, instead of one voice for multiple characters per chapter. Each actress/actor syncs, relates and presents his or her character uniquely. When a different voice takes over a character not their own, they present different inflections and intonations. This would cause would cause a break in the story flow for me.
#2. The male lead was very one dimensional compared to the previous 4 books.