December 10, 2013
“Bored out of my gourd” is the first phrase that comes to mind when I think about my experience with this story. I fact I can’t honestly say I even read a quarter of this book so as of now I am going to add Black Hills Angel to my “did not finish” list.
I think I mostly read the parts with lots of dialogue but skipped pages when it all started dragging into blah blah blah. I am not even sure if there was more to the book then Andy and Matt connecting and becoming a couple. Sorry for the vague review but when you can’t get into or wrap your mind around boring it defeats the purpose of reading.
Book Cover Rating
I think the cover looks more like it came from a portrait studio then a photo shoot for a book cover but it isn’t a bad cover.
Book Blurb Rating
The blurb is the only reason I chose to get Black Hills Angel.
Andy Martin is completely and utterly at the end of her rope. She is both mother, father, and provider to her infant daughter, Harper. Her family has turned their backs. Her job is nearly non-existent with her inability to make it there. The lack of sleep and lack of faith in humanity is devastating. There is nowhere left to turn for help. Angels come when we least expect them.
Matt Johnson has lived his entire life in the Black Hills of South Dakota. He knows the value of family, duty, and loyalty. It is quite a shock when he finds a screaming baby and its crying mother in an apartment hallway. Something unexplainable draws him forward and coaxes him into her life. All he wants is to ease her burden and show her that people can be trusted. Love has a funny way of showing a person just where they are meant to be and Matt is in for a wild ride.
**Note that the Black Hills Series is made up of standalone books. They can be read in any order.**
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