Author: Michelle St. James

Fearless by Michelle St. James

Posted December 30, 2015 by Kate in Just Okay, Review / 0 Comments
Fearless by Michelle St. James

Without a doubt this book is in no way shape a standalone, you just won’t appreciate it without all the backstory involved in it. So I really enjoyed reading the first book in this series, I think maybe I am a sucker for a mob story. And (spoiler) I was super bummed with the first book ended with Nico and Angel going their separate ways because of how her father died. But hey there was a sequel, therefore there must be a chance for them right? So sign me up, I am all for finding out what happens with Nico and Angel. Angel’s whole world has pretty much turns completely upside down before this book started. I mean she went from being an average girl with a rich jerk of a father, to being kidnapped and finding out that her father is a mob boss in the middle of a big time feud with another mob family, the one who kidnapped her. Of course then she goes and falls for the guy (swoon, they are so cute together), and then he goes and kills her dad to save her life. Enter the end of the relationship. I felt so bad for Angel, I mean she just wants to be normal, but she can’t forget Nico and how much she fell for him in the short time they were together. And then of course, something brings him back into her life. Trouble is brewing for Nico’s family, and Angel can’t help […]

Ruthless by Michelle St. James

Posted August 5, 2015 by Kate in Blog Tour, Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Ruthless by Michelle St. James

I love mob books! Which is so weird, since I’m not generally a fan of mob movies, but in books they just work for me. I have to admit though I was a little worried about this one because I knew it started off with basically a kidnapping by our hero on this story, for me sometimes I really hate kidnappings, unless they are written extremely well or there isn’t a lot of violence associated with it. Thankfully, the kidnapping aspect of the book didn’t bother me at all, and I seriously enjoyed the book. So our heroine in the story is Angelica, who I really liked throughout the book, and oh man did I feel for her during the course of events. Her whole life changes so much from beginning to end. When the book begins she’s just a regular girl who has a degree in philosophy and works at a coffee shop, she’s pretty much estranged from her rich father, but has a good relationship with her brother. And then one night when she is locking up she is taken. Of course she thinks that she is being held for ransom, but oh is she so wrong. I liked that Nico isn’t violent with her, and when the creeper Dante tries to be, he seriously puts him down and hard. I understand how shocking the situation was for Angelica, but she handles everything so well, she has such fire and I love that about her. So Nico is […]