Review: Angel (Manhattan Ten #4) by Lola Dodge

March 21, 2015 Review 0

Review: Angel (Manhattan Ten #4) by Lola Dodge

Simply unforgettable…and wildly dangerous.

Angelina Márquez’s perfect memory recall makes her ideally suited to manage the Manhattan Ten superhero crew, a task that sometimes borders on insanity. Still, the price of being everything to everyone is high.

A recruiting trip to UCLA does nothing to cure her chronic insomnia. Intel indicates someone in the L.A. Pack may be harboring anti-super sentiment. On top of that, she’s sent to retrieve a straight-out-of-the-jungle panther shifter being detained at LAX.

Tequani was looking forward to visiting his hero brother, but when civilization unexpectedly brings out his claws, he’s court-ordered to stick with Angel while his paws are on U.S. soil. He’s fully prepared to be bored out of his skull—except Angel’s talents and beauty fill the vacant places in his soul.

Angel can’t seem to stop Quan from burning himself into her mind, right down to the exact dimensions of his abdominals. But when they fall into a trap, survival means pooling every one of their talents. A move that could balance their souls…or throw their hearts into dangerous chaos.

Warning: Feeding panther-shifters results in territorial behavior and steamy displays of affection. Be on the lookout for claw marks, love bites and heavy petting.

Title: Angel
Author: Lola Dodge
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: , , Belle Fury
Series: Manhattan Ten #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: , , Belle Fury
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: March 24, 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 128
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: two-flames

On a recruiting trip to UCLA, Angelina Marquez’s suddenly becomes a cat sitter to shifter Tequani and when they find their selves in the middle of a trap they will have to pool their resources to stay alive in this mesmerizing paranormal fantasy.

Having perfect memory recall makes having a relationship a challenge for Angel – I imagine that could get quite awkward at times – and the reader can’t help but get caught up in the story as a big sexy panther makes her want to take a chance, especially with all the smoldering looks and playful flirting. The strong compelling characters grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning and the steady to fast paced plot keeps captivates readers with lots of suspense and romance.

Angel has another job to perform quietly while in L.A., one that lands her and Quan in the hot seat when she is betrayed which adds excitement and spice to the story. The scenes are well written and capture the imagination and the fascinating world draws the reader in and ensures they come back for more.

The world has some unique and interesting elements and intriguing characters and I thoroughly enjoyed this quick exciting romance although I do feel that it was too short to truly do it justice. Also, I want to point out that I have not read the previous books in the series and while I had no problem catching on I feel that the books should probably be read in sequence to get the full impact of the ongoing plot surrounding the Manhattan Ten.

 

Angel

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