"Photographers flame and burn brightly in this sensual tale of love gone right!"
Reviewed by Gabrielle Lee
Posted July 5, 2009
DARK ANGEL by Natasha Moore is a wonderful story about a
tortured soul who needs to find peace again. I enjoyed this
story, which was full of emotions. The pain of losing
love, the joy of finding love again, and the strength that
comes from it all.
The two main characters learn that love and trust are
wonderful things. That when someone loses them it is
devastating but when a person reaches out and gives that
love and trust to you freely it is a magical wonder that
should never be squandered or denied. The reader hopefully
learns this lesson as well.
Can a scarred Rafe learn to love again? Just what secrets
are hiding behind his mask? Will Julie be the one to help
him find love again? The reader finds themselves rooting
for the heroine and hoping for the answers to these
questions and more.
When Rafe and Julie are stuck together by extenuating
circumstances they must learn to trust in one another. Rafe
must let go of the past and learn to live again. Yet this
Rafe behind his mask is not the one Julie remembers. Will
she ever find the man she once loved so much?
This story has a few twists and turns keeping the reader
glued to the pages. The bond that grows between Rafe and
Julie is a wonderful thing. One can only hope that they
themselves can find such a thing in their lifetimes. I know
I hope to find it someday.
Set in a beautiful house and lovely grounds this story was
a great read. I enjoyed the interaction between Rafe and
Julie. It never became boring or repetitive and kept me
entertained all the way to the end of the book.
If you like your books with a gothic flare and enough
sexual tension to light up the house you will most
defiantly enjoy DARK ANGEL.
Disfigured in an accident that killed his wife, reclusive
photographer, Rafael Dâ€™Angelo wants to be left alone amid
rumors the car crash was no accident. Julie Brightman has
been secretly in love with her sisterâ€™s husband for years.
When a violent thunderstorm strands her at his secluded
house, she discovers the man in the mask is not the Rafe she
remembers. Trapped together, their happiness is threatened
by the past that haunts them and the secrets they keep from
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