Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Broken Angel - review

Author: S.W. Vaughn
Review by: Jennifer Don

When I think of what books I would normally pick up and read, this wasn’t one of them. Being honest, I didn’t read much of the description for the book before I decided it was one I needed to read. What captured my attention were the title, and the cover. I knew then, that I needed to read it and I’m so glad I did.
The book begins with Gabriel Morgan searching for his sister who had apparently disappeared and his searching led him to the underground fight scenes.  He had learned from his past searches that the people he was looking for were involved with the fights. Eventually, the one place where someone recognised the photo he had presented, represented his last day of freedom, his last day as Gabriel Morgan.
Slade, the very man responsible for Lilith’s disappearance, had sent out orders for Gabriel’s capture. And once handed to him, Gabriel had no option but to take up his offer of fighting for Slade in order to gain his freedom and that of his sister.
But Gabriel can’t submit that easily and must endure pain, upon pain in order to try and have him under control. But no matter what has to go through, Gabriel allowed it to happen, he would do anything for his sister.

As the book goes on, Gabriel is no longer by that name; he under much regret and anger had to go by the name of Angel. The anger it caused him that his situation caused him, he put to good use and used it to try and win his fights.
But nothing is as it seems, the further the book goes on, the more you want to read. This one is page turner from start to finish, each fight Angel had to go through, left you wondering whether he would win or not. If he loses then his sister pays, and that’s not an option for him.

I can’t say more without giving away too much detail within the book, but I will say, Broken Angel is a must read for anyone. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the rest in the series. I want to find out what happens in the next. Seriously, I loved this book from start to finish. So much so that I need to give it 5/5 stars!

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