‘Angel’s Bend’ by L.A. Dale is an interesting and fun read. I would rate the book 3 1/2 out of 5 stars but rounded up to 4 because I cannot give 1/2 ratings.
The book tells the story of 17 year old Lacey, a girl, who has just moved to a new town to start her life over after everything in her world went crazy due to her mothers death. She goes to live with her aunt (who I would have liked to gotten to know better) and becomes friends with Abbie and Zac in her new high school. She is also captivated by a local park worker named Cam.
I wasn’t quite sure what genre this book was supposed to fall into as it wasn’t really fantasy or chick lit. It was reminiscent of ‘Twilight’ but with angels and demons as opposed to vampires and werewolves and the romance was lacking.
‘Angel’s Bend’ had me laughing and anxious to find out what was going to happen next but it was all a bit formulaic and nothing was a surprise to me. I also wasn’t invested in the love story that was going on because I wasn’t particularly invested in the characters. I wish the romantic interactions would have been explored a little bit further as I was a bit in shock as to how quickly Lacey found herself in love.
‘Angel’s Bend’ is a good read for young adults as it is quick and enjoyable but the plot was a bit lacking for me.
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