The Preacher's Daughter by Shelly Morgan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: The Preacher's Daughter
Author: Shelly Morgan
4 unexpected stars
The first in the new series by Shelly Morgan, The Preacher's Daughter, was the first time I've read a novel written by this author and it was an interesting read, one that had my jaw dropping with the ending (be warned, the author does specify that there's a cliffhanger ending) and hoping for more. Angelica has always lived a sheltered life and hopes to be able to find her own place where she's not dictated on what, who, when and where she should be and how. Her first attempt at breaking free almost ends in a disaster, bringing Tory to become her saviour, then walking away. Problem was that Angelica still wasn't happy with her situation and makes her way to Vegas and gets a job at Bottoms Up, a strip club owned by the Rough Riders MC. What neither Torq or Angelica ever expected was to have this new job bring them face to face once again and opening doors they thought were closed.
4 breath taking dreams
I had high hopes for The Preacher's Daughter and often felt like as though we were being slowly set up for something bigger and more intense - maybe the second instalment? Not to say that I didn't enjoy the book, because did, but I know, especially with that ending, that something captivating is on its way for Torq and Angelica. I'm certainly curious to find out what will happen to this series in the future.
*ARC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Kathleen, The Small Girl from A small girl, her man and her books
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