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Falcon's Angel ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☁ Falcon's Angel Author Danita Minnis – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A haunting tale of passion two hundred years in the makingAngelina's passion is music but she has never felt this kind of want beforeFalcon wants the Stradivarius in her possession and goes undercover A haunting tale of passion two hundred years in the makingAngelina's passion is music but she has never felt this kind of want beforeFalcon wants the Stradivarius in her possession and goes undercover to track down a thief He soon discovers he is not the only killer in search of the violin il Dragone a devil worshipping cult wants revenge for a past only they can rememberFalling in love was never part of Falcon's plan but before he can have what he wants he must help Angelina unlock the secrets of a love which ended in tragedy in eighteenth century France This is one special assignment that must be completed before il Dragone gets what they want.

  • ebook
  • 207 pages
  • Falcon's Angel
  • Danita Minnis
  • English
  • 04 July 2014

About the Author: Danita Minnis

If you asked Danita Minnis which is easier writing songs or writing novels she would say it was the former Melodies and rhymes are second nature to her What her characters want is another thing entirely With her debut novel Falcon’s Angel she learned to listen to her spunky heroine and sinfully confident hero They’re funny and in danger and that’s just the way they want it Lesson learned.



10 thoughts on “Falcon's Angel

  1. Marissa Marissa says:

    Falcon’s Angel was a very uick read for me I finished it in one day This story was about love and how love could hopefully concur all no matter the obstacles The only issue I had with the book was that I had to re read a couple paragraphs in the beginning so that I could follow along especially the opening scene introducing us to FalconArmand However once I got about 50 pages into the book I couldn’t stop reading That being said is why I have decided to give it 4 stars The author held my attention with a lot of action and challenges that the main characters had to work through I enjoyed the romance between Angel and Armand and overall I liked it

  2. Karma♥Bites ^.~ Karma♥Bites ^.~ says:

    Firstly I'd like to thank Danita Minnis for the opportunity to read her debut novel FALCON'S ANGEL as part of the Gotta Have R2RBeta Read programBased on the blurb I really wanted to love FALCON'S ANGEL Unfortunately I struggled with it and then struggled some with this review which is why I'm posting this almost a week after reading it I needed the time to let my impressions simmer a bit so I could then view my notes objectively My ultimate rating is an average of what I liked and didn't like about the book because in the end it was a case of it's partly the book and it's partly meWHAT I LIKED The storyline was intriguing because FALCON'S ANGEL is properly a supernaturaloccult story as opposed to paranormal Contrary to the blurb il Dragone is not a devil worshipping cult but rather an ancient pagan cult Moreover the book deals with reincarnation not time travel Given that I love the occult and always enjoy how stories handle past lives the concept behind FALCON'S ANGEL had a lot of potential and appeal for meI loved that the story took place in Italy and England but wasn't an HP book lol And I was most engaged while reading Part II which was the flashback to the past lives in 18th century Italy and NOT Regency England However given that FALCON'S ANGEL was published by LSB I was surprised at how mild the sex scenes were comparable to current category romances This fact may permit the book to have a wider appealWHAT I DIDN'T LIKE BOOK WISE Bluntly put the execution of the storyline could've been better Choppy andor odd paragraph structuring from page 1 made for a rough and nervous start and I never really achieved a smooth reading flow In addition I never felt as if I had any background for support while reading FALCON'S ANGEL It was almost akin to walking on shifting sand especially when random oh yeah type of factsinfo were suddenly introducedMore critically there were numerous plot holes inconsistencies and ambiguities which either reuired me as a reader to guess and fill in the blanks or simply took me out of the story made worse when my hand started to itch for my marking pen Parts of the story were what I personally call loosey goosey with seemingly important information given without subseuent tie in or follow up And lastly there was my pet peeve—certain facts such as dates and ages not adding upWHAT I DIDN'T LIKE PERSONALLY I didn't particularly care for SachaAngelina; she was too Mary Sue for me and frankly skated dangerously close to TSTL status I might've liked ArmandFalcon better but as drawn his character and background were too improbable for belief even for fiction view spoilerBased on the facts given he apparently didn't attend university and instead started the Organization at age 20 Which coincided with the time that he first started to look for the stolen Stradivarius hide spoiler

  3. t& t& says:

    Something a bit different in a genre that can tend to formula Get ready for a fast moving story that brings the past into the present in a very uniue way DescriptionEveryone wants Sacha Angelina Cardiff classical violinist and daughter of a dynasty Falcon wants the Stradivarius in her possession and goes undercover to track down a thief However he is not the only killer in search of the violinil Dragone a devil worshiping cult wants revenge for a past only they can remember Angelina wants to go unrecognized when she leaves her family’s Yorkshire estate to play in a symphony in Italy But the Stradivarius a gift from the Maestro her deceased instructor opens a door to hatred that is centuries oldIt isn’t long before Angelina is the target of a mugging on the streets of Naples She pulls an odd earring out of her attacker’s ear as Falcon rescues her The earring a stylized dragon made of rubies turns out to be a symbol for a mythical beastFalcon and Angelinaare destined to relive the cycle of murder and mayhem if they don't solve the mystery of the rubiesThis is one special assignment that must be completed before il Dragone gets what they wantMy ThoughtsI volunteered to read this book for a Kick's R2RBeta reading group This author was new to me and I went into it having no idea what I was getting intowell it was a fast ride that started in the present and took us back 200 years and then ended up in the present It showed us a love that was so strong and enduring it traveled threw time This book is an example that love is so strong it can manifest itself on so many levels Now I have read in other reviews that they feel this was a case of insta love but I do have to dispute thisThis love started both in the present and in the past view spoiler we know that Tony is Carlo of 200 years ago and he loved so deep and so hard it lasted down through the ages However we also find out that Armand knew Sacha years ago as a child and they had a connection then hide spoiler

  4. Sue Morris Sue Morris says:

    I loved this book I found myself not wanting to put it downbut I had to due to company One of the things I loved most in this fast paced storywas how it was written on a multi level The main characters in story changed from present to past and back I found myself trying to guess what would happen nextand I was often very wrong which makes a story interesting I am not sure if this is a stand alone book or the start of a series but I would love to learn about Falcon Angel and The Organization And a spin off on Miles would be cool also

  5. Linda Hays-Gibbs Linda Hays-Gibbs says:

    First I would like to thank Danita Minnis for letting me read her book I appreciate the effort that an author gives in his workDate 112912 Review By Linda Hays Gibbs of Falcon’s AngelBy Danita MinnisPublished 2012ISBN 978 1 59578 942 6 In a world that is forever in flux between the past and present a great love story abides between Falcon and Sasha or Angelina his Angel She goes by several names as he does They are in Yorkshire England and Italy most of the time but there is a lot of travel between times and places Although their names change between time periods from the 1780’s till the present it is not difficult to find them They are always together Falcon is an aristocrat that has turned into an assassin to accomplish his uest to annihilate an extreme evil This evil is il Dragone a devil worshiping cult he remembers from his dreams He has been on the trail of a stolen Stradivarius for ten years His boss is certain that a certain young lady that plays this instrument is the thief Falcon is not so sure and decides he has to get up close and personal to find out why this beautiful young lady would be a thief Angel was born in the aristocracy too but prefers her violin music to anything until Falcon enters into her life Her dreams torment her of a terrifying fire where she is consumed to claustrophobic dreams of being literally enclosed Her fears seem about to envelope her into insanity until Falcon He seems so familiar to her and they can’t seem to leave each other alone Her only passion was her violin music but now it has a different flavor when he plays piano with her violin The passion between them turns into a raging inferno and consumes them until they find themselves in a lot of trouble from outside sources The main antagonist is a cult that worships a dragon The story weaves them through a labyrinth with a dragon on their trail ready to eat them with his fiery head Other dangers await with the cult members trying to murder them Without warning you are on beautiful estates that have withstood the sands of time The beautiful descriptions of these estates keep you intrigued Their memories and trials take them on a cross country hunt for these people evil people Next we are back into danger again The dragon’s blood gives the cult extraordinary powers They can disappear and appear as shadows on the walls Falcon and Angel battle these powers of evil over several centuries Their determination and love keeps the story going so from cover to cover you can’t wait to find out what happens next It has a passion and mystery that ignites your blood I was moved by the personalities of the characters from the heroine finding her own strength and power to the hero that only grows powerful in his time The characters are myriad and complex in their intensities The poetic descriptions were beautiful and moved the story along gracefully The music in the story only strengthened the characters personalities and added color and depth They form a basic tale of love conuering time and place I was very moved by the lover’s story I love the Paranormal and Regency England so I was in heaven with this beautiful tale I hope to find of this author’s books on the shelves soon I give this book a rating of five stars out of five It was an enjoyable read Linda Hays Gibbs Reviewer

  6. H.A. Fowler H.A. Fowler says:

    Originally posted Bloodthirsty Muses really loved this book It was so far out of my usual reading area in every way if I hadn’t caught a teaser when the wonderful Danita was on a blog tour I don’t know if I ever would have had the interest in reading it or met her But Danita was kind enough to give me a copy after a little whining and begging on my part — she’s so nice and I’m so glad I got to read itThis is the kind of book that’s like chicken soup or a bowl of your favorite ice cream Maybe something you thought you grew out of a long time ago but then the story draws you in and it’s so comfortable and wonderful that a night curled up with it can cure even the most stressful day FALCON’S ANGEL is old fashioned in the best kind of way the story the characters the conflicts Yet while they’re elements we’ve all seen before and might not seek out nearly enough any — you’re really missing out if we don’t try out a big helping of FALCON’S ANGELI can’t explain exactly what took me away in this story It’s not paranormal in the usual sense though it has a thread of occult mystery the steam level is fairly tame compared to my usual preferred height the heroine isn’t as kick ass as I prefer And yet somehow I was just charmed throughout Angelina was sweet and naive but not TSTL or annoying most of the time I felt for her as she learned difficult lessons about life and the world Falcon might have been too good to be true and yet I just enjoyed his uber macho male company I think I just have to credit Ms Minnis’ simple poetic writing style in transporting me through a story that might have lost me very early on As we learn about the characters pasts we understand a lot about who they are nowThe setting of the story certainly doesn’t push you away Europe comes to life in Ms Minnis’ world and all the romance it entails The twists as the story progresses only pull you in deeper and the mysteries of the old world setting certainly don’t hurtI think my only complaints might be that Angelina’s and some of the other characterizations were a little uneven One minute Angelina seems to be developing into a strong young woman the next she reverts to what seems like a very young teenager I think that might just be something Ms Minnis will learn to balance out in the future — it’s really just a matter of practice and it’s not uncommon to find this kind of flaw in a first novel The same is true of some of the pacing problems there are some slow spots in the story and areas where it feels like major backstory is missing both for characters and the current situation Most of it is filled in eventually but the reader can feel a little lost at times in the beginning The historical section can get very complicated and twisted if you don’t pay close attention to how things develop — but I’m not even sure that’s a negative as opposed to just my being lazyThis may all sound like damning with faint praise but I really did like this book a lot I looked forward to getting into bed at night with it and seeing how it would unfold next what would happen with our heroine and hero in the end I certainly look forward to seeing what happens next in the Cardiff Novels and where Ms Minnis takes her career

  7. Michelle(Chelle) aka Nightshade - Cake Whisperer Michelle(Chelle) aka Nightshade - Cake Whisperer says:

    I would like to thank Danita Minnis for giving me the opportunity to read and review her debut novel I guess I should come out and say up front that I personally did not care for the story but I know from some of the feedback I saw that I am in the minority when it comes to this book Angelina is a classical violinist and she happens to be in possession of a very rare Stradivarius which was given to her years ago by her instructor the Maestro What she is not aware of is that there is a mystery surrounding the violin and that the man she knew as the Maestro essentially stole it There are a lot of people trying to reclaim the violin and one of these people is Falcon He is an investigator and at first thinks that Angelina herself is the thief I did not love the way the story started I personally felt thrown into the plot and felt that a bit background might have helped me to follow along with the story line better I actually liked the second part of the story much better and think that maybe if the “past” was early in the story I wouldn’t have been so confused with Part I I think for me Part I of the story just felt a bit disjointed and a little forced I didn’t feel the chemistry between Angelina and “Tony” Falcon so that might be why I felt confused as I was reading it Part II was actually must better written IMO I think Ms Minnis got comfortable with her characters Part III was okay as well because now I had a better feel for why these characters were thrown together but I also felt that there was just too much going on Dragon cults monsters past lives jewel thieves Angelina Falcon knowing each other from when she was a little girl For me it was just too much Also – there were way too many “aliases” for the characters In the end I honestly wasn’t sure what to call either of the main characters I think the story itself just wasn’t my cup of tea but as I mentioned many other reviewers appeared to enjoy the book and were obviously better at following the plot

  8. Heather Heather says:

    There are spoilers in this reviewThis book is about Angel and Falcon and their fight against Il Dragone It starts out with Angel having a violin that Falcon thinks she stole They fall in love and then she finds out he iswas investigating her and runs right to the enemy He hits his head and then remembers his past life with her He then rescues her from Il Dragone and she runs away from him back to England where her parents also have connected past lives that they remember Mostly the rest of the book is him helping her remember her past life with himFor the most part I really liked this book There were a few times that I got confused and had to go back I also would have preferred information on certain things Like what exactly is Angel's power? And what exactly is il Dragone? How do the remember there past lives when the others don't? I also would have liked the herione to be a little active it seems like she just stepped back and let Falcon do it all ALso I do not believe that she would have been uite so caliver about almost dyingAll that said again I liked the book It was a nice story and if it is going to be a series a good start

  9. Morgan Schell Morgan Schell says:

    I liked the premise of this book It was simple and complicated at the same time I've always been a fan of books with a time travel component There were a few parts where I would get confused about who they were talking about and exactly what was happening but generally easy to follow along And the romance was sweet and believable

  10. Rukhsana Sukhan Rukhsana Sukhan says:

    The first thought that strikes me after having read this book is what a simpering little fool SachaAngelina is The second thought is how ArmandFalcon sounds waaaay too perfect And the third thought is that I'm not really a fan of insta love which is how I would categorize Armand and Sacha's initial attraction I would have liked to see sexual tension between these two at the beginning of the book I must admit that I found the lovers' descriptions of each other at the beginning of the book somewhat saccharine These descriptions did not add passion to the mix as was intended but rather made the characters one dimensionalI wish the author had spend time on the history of il Dragone it may well have added substance to the story What's with the ruby red signet ring and bracelet? How did these work how did they transmit supernatural power to those who wore them? What's this talk of the blood of the beast was it really the Devil? being somehow inside the ruby red jewel? I think a section of this book could have been devoted to exploring these mysteries to disclosing to the reader the history of il Dragone And so what about the Strad violin? I think an extra dimension could have been added to this book if a little of the violin's history had been included in the bookThe author also seemed to sort of dance around the whole paranormal theme in this book The book is a paranormal romance; I guess I would have liked the paranormal plot thread to be thicker visible Particularly where the characters' past lives is concerned That said the plot was well executed providing obstacles for the MCs throughout the landscape of the book There was never a real chance for the our MCs to kick back and be comfortable since danger was always lurking just around the corner This made for great tension and at about page 47 suspense began to grip me transforming the book into a page turner

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