Angel’s Halo (Angel’s Halo MC #1) by Terri Anne Browning

cover☆☆☆☆☆

Heat Rating ♥♥♥♥

Published February 9, 2014
Pages 167
Author’s Page
https://www.terriannebrowningauthor.com/

Angel’s Halo sure has a lot going on, in fact, it had some much happening that there was not time for boredom. Technically the story is about the relationship between Raven and Bash but does not stick with just those two. Terri Anne Browning goes beyond just telling the story of two main characters but also encompassing the other characters stories as she builds the world of the Angel’s Halo MC. Definitely hard to get bored in a story like that.

There really isn’t much I didn’t like about Angel’s Halo, except for maybe Raven’s brothers keeping secrets from her, all that did was make her question their loyalty to her and a sister should never ever have to question her brothers loyalty to her, but that also works both ways so I guess we will see what happens in the next book in the series.

I did very much like what a badass Raven is and how she really does make Bash work for every inch of her heart after the way he just abandoned her, it really serves him right. I also like that Bash gets it that she won’t let him in to her heart as easily as she let him back into her bed, the question will be weather he gets to stay there or not and only book two and time will give us the answer to that question. The Hannigan brothers are a handful for their sister but it is also clear that even as she questions their loyalty, they do respect her ability to take care of shit and stay out of her way.

I would have to say I very much enjoyed the storyline and tempo of the book itself and there were so few edits that hardly anything interrupted the afore mentioned tempo. Thank you, Terri Anne Browning for writing an interesting story I look forward to reading book 2 in the series.

Book Cover Rating            ☆☆☆☆
Somehow, it seems like the model should have more tattoos but other than that, the cover does match right down the tattoo of the word “Raven”.

Book’s Blurb
Creswell Springs was a small town in Trinity Count, California. Population 1,500—maybe. It’s a quiet town, with small town values. Its greatest income is the University just outside of the town limits… and the revenue the local Motorcycle Club brings in.

Being part of the MC that was Angel’s Halo was exactly like being part of a family. A scary, powerful, crazy family. It was also like its own society. There are rules, just as there are in every family, every society. But only breaking one of their rules will leave you in a broken, blood pile on the floor…
No one touches Raven Hannigan.

Raven
I was the MC’s only weakness. Or so my father use to tell me as I was growing up. Mad Max Hannigan was once Angel’s Halos’ president. He made the rules and everyone was expected to follow them or come face to fist with the enforcer…
I have spent my life in the middle of the MC. I knew the rules—the penalties for breaking those rules. So I knew what would happen to him if I let him break the golden rule… But I loved him, like I have never loved anyone or anything before. I thought my love would protect him.
Of course it hadn’t. When our secret was discovered he was beaten.
So I shouldn’t blame him for leaving me…

Bash
As the enforcer I knew the consequences. Knew exactly what was in store for me when Raven’s family found out that I had dared to break my MC’s unforgivable rule. I loved her, so it didn’t matter to me. When her oldest brother delivered my punishment I didn’t scream. Didn’t groan. I took it like the man my MC had made me, and would have done it over and over again if that was what it took to be able to call Raven Hannigan mine.
But then my past reared its ugly head and I had a choice to make. One that I have only lived to regret.
Taking on the job as Angel’s Halos’ new president was my second chance. But… would my secrets destroy everything Raven and I once had?


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