By Miriam Minger
- Release Date: 2010-11-06
- Genre: Historical
Wild Angel Miriam Minger Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Great reading! Didn't want to put it down. Can't wait to read more of the series.
Such a great book!
By Sdyer tx
I really enjoyed this book. The story is fun and romantic. The characters are easy to fall in love with and I found myself cheering and laughing out loud! I will definitely read more from Miriam Minger.
Could 't do it...
By WolfPacker 2.0
I've read a few of Miriam Minger's books & enjoyed them. This one, however, was not one of them. I couldn't believe how childishly bratty the heroine was. I tried to estimate her age & figured she'd be around 20, but she acted like a very immature 13-year-old. I truly pitied Ronan & found myself wishing he'd just confine her to a nunnery & be done with it. It's one thing to be a strong-willed woman, but this heroine took everything too far. She came across as extremely immature, spoiled, selfish, & completely unlovable.
Gluten for punishment
I'm a gluten for punishment. I have to finish a book no matter how horrible it is. I could not stand the main character, she is extremely annoying and childish. I skimmed most the book just to get to the predictable ending. A waste of time.
Good plot, good characters
Annoying. Main female character came across as belligerent rather than strong. Skipped parts just to finish
Mirriam Minger's 'Wild Angel' is one of the very best, and enjoyable historical novels I have read in a very long time! Ronan and Triona's love story is entertaining, because of Triona's feisty character, and her need to be accepted for who she is.
An exceptional read!
Funny cute could not put it down
I couldn't even finish it
By V Bear
Not only was it long and drawn out, the heroine was thoroughly unlikable. I don't know what the hero saw in her. She was a brat. Mean tempered. A total hot head who gave no thought to anyone but herself.
The story got worse and worse and lost its steam. The initial storyline about where the girl came from hadn't been mentioned after the first couple of pages. I gave up 3/4 through. If the author had included that intrigue into the thread of the book it might have given the book enough dimension to be tolerable.
I wouldn't be able to finish this waste of time if someone paid me. Horrible!
Also, I do like conflict between a romantic couple. The chase is a great part of the allure of romance. A critical element is making the characters likable - to each other and to the reader.