REVIEWED BY Ann Meemken
Jules had a difficult childhood and does not feel she will find the right man to fall in love with. She has been hurt in past, by a man that she fell hard for and he broke her heart. She throws herself into her work as a teacher to get over the pain. During the weekends tries to find a guy to take home that will hold her to lessen the pain. Warrick notices a young woman standing on a corner almost every weekend. He wonders what her story is and who or what has caused her so much pain. He wants to meet her and help her if he can. How will they meet? Will Jules open up to him? How will they help each other?
Angel Avenue started out a bit slower than what I am use to. I found it a bit confusing at first but as you read you learn more about both character’s past history and how it still affects them now. Once you begin getting to know the character’s more the story unfolds and you begin understanding more about them. There is some stuff that is still a mystery. I wanted to continue reading on to find out what happens next in Beyond Angel Avenue.
Reviewed for Jo&Isalovesbooks review team