Friday, July 15, 2016

Book Review: Making Angel (Amanda Washington)


Making Angel
by; Amanda Washington

Genres: Romance, Suspense, Crime, New Adult

Heir to a powerful Las Vegas crime family, D’Angelo Mariani’s survival depends on his ability to prove his value to his father. Forced out of the technology lab and into the underworld, Angel is on the brink of pulling off the impossible when he runs into a captivating humanitarian who changes everything. 

Markie Davis is all about compassion, service, and the ultimate adrenaline rush. After a year-long stint volunteering in an African orphanage, she’s in Vegas to check up on her wayward little sister. Markie never anticipated meeting someone like Angel. 

Everyone knows Angel's family is dangerous, but the secrets Markie's been keeping might just be fatal…
**WE WERE GIVEN A FREE COPY OF THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR THE FOLLOWING HONEST REVIEW**

Making Angel is simply one of those books that will make you remember why you're obsessed with reading (that is, if you're anything like me...and have your nose stuck in some kind of book every chance you get).  I might be a little obsessed with the Mariani Crime Family Series, and I'm okay with that.  Amanda Washington created characters that are easy to love, and a story that you never want to end.  

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Until next time.....





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