Angel Hands

  • Title: Angel Hands
  • Author: Cait Reynolds
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Angel Hands Sometimes it is best to begin at the end Angel Hands by Cait Reynolds begins at the end of The Phantom of the Opera revealing for the first time the true story behind Leroux s fantastical tale a
    Sometimes, it is best to begin at the end Angel Hands, by Cait Reynolds, begins at the end of The Phantom of the Opera, revealing, for the first time, the true story behind Leroux s fantastical tale and the real fate of the Phantom himself When the Opera de Paris is purchased and renovated, years after a mysterious fire nearly destroyed it, the Phantom finds himself unexSometimes, it is best to begin at the end Angel Hands, by Cait Reynolds, begins at the end of The Phantom of the Opera, revealing, for the first time, the true story behind Leroux s fantastical tale and the real fate of the Phantom himself When the Opera de Paris is purchased and renovated, years after a mysterious fire nearly destroyed it, the Phantom finds himself unexpectedly resurrected in the form of a young boy hired by the manager s daughter to play pranks on the cast, crew, and audience After all, the return of the infamous Opera Ghost can only be good for ticket sales, and Mireille Dubienne is determined to see her father s investment become profitable.Plain, shrewd, and proud, Mireille pours the rage of her disappointed hopes and looming spinsterhood into helping her father manage the Opera de Paris and making it a success What she doesn t count on is the real Opera Ghost deciding he no longer wishes to be an understudy in his own domain, the theater that Mireille believes is hers The Phantom and Mireille push each other to the limits of their cunning to control and manipulate each other, with no game too low to play With each passing day, the stakes get higher, until surrender is no longer an option for the Phantom or Mireille.Every trick and betrayal drives them toward a startling truth that will change than one life forever you can t love what you hate but you can desire it.

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      Published :2019-07-26T04:57:02+00:00

    About Cait Reynolds


    1. Transplanter, writer, lover, human being Not necessarily in that order.


    171 Comments


    1. If I had to rename Angel Hands, I would call it, "No Beauty and The Half Beast" because this is how the main characters felt like to me. Cait Reynolds' writing is very subtle and very hot! The scenes are climatic and yet not explicit. If you enjoy non-explicit sultry reads, this is for you. You probably wonder how can a novel be non-explicit yet arousing. Well, read to find out!So what is it about? Angel Hands is a fan fiction romance story based on Le Fantôme de l'Opéra. The author, Cait Reyn [...]

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    2. If you loved the Phantom of the Opera you will love Angel Hands. It takes off where the other story ends. It really shows a woman's struggles in the 19th century as well as a budding romance between two broken individuals. It was placed in Paris, France so it had undertones of French in it which I really adored. Mirielle really had her hands full trying to prove herself. I enjoyed the story. I am an independent reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock and am giving this book 4 hearts. This book is [...]

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    3. Majestic!Never have I read a book where I wasn't speed reading through its entirety, even those I loved, until now! I savored each and every word from Ms. Reynolds and thought about her characters long after I put my readers down. I can't wait to devour all of this amazing storyteller's work, thank you for a brilliant read!

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    4. One word. Steamy.Okay, maybe I need to use more than one word, but I think for integrity sake, I should first mention that I do not typically volunteer to read romance novels. Nothing against them, they are truly a literary art form, but just not my personal preference. With that said, I have read and enjoyed this author’s work in the past, and so I was open to the experience. However, Angel Hands by Cait Reynolds destroyed, -smashed, stomped on my ‘I never read romance’ and turned it into [...]

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    5. We all identify faults and flaws about ourselves that society uses to judge and label. We internalize them, and they affect our esteem and personalities. In ANGEL HANDS main characters Mireille and Erik have to navigate through life while resisting against the consequences of their physical flaws. Erik struggles with the physical deformities he has had since birth and Mireille with the misfortune of being born a plain-looking female. Reynolds brilliantly throws these two flawed but deliciously s [...]

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    6. 3,5/5All'inizio pensavo che Angel Hands fosse un retelling del Fantasma dell'opera, ma leggendolo ho capito che è il seguito.Prende infatti il via dalla fine del romanzo originale, dopo l'incendio del teatro, con i nuovi proprietari del teatro dove il fantasma vive ancora.E il fantasma di invaghisce di Mireille, figlia del proprietario, una ragazza forte e che sa il fatto suo.Chiariamo una cosa: è uno steamy romance, ma mi è piaciuto, stranamente.Non ci sono mai scene spinte, ma la tensione t [...]

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    7. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This is my first read from this writer and this was a pretty good read. This is the follow up to The Phantom of the Opera and not a bad angle. The characters are well developed and an interesting story line. Not my normal genre but worth the read.

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    8. An after the events of the Phantom novel. Not a great book. The writing was average and the characters just seemed all over the place. One moment Mireille is confident and then the next she's sobbing. The same with Erik: one moment he's a jerk and the next he's like nice. It just doesn't flow and it really is about Erik exploiting a woman to the best of his ability. Not a fan.

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    9. Not a read for me. I did enjoy some of it, but there was just something off about it.

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    10. I loved this book. I've always wondered what happened with the Phantom of the Opera. This books is about him. I think his book was amazingI received this book for my honest review

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