** Review : Marigny Street (Saving Angels series #1) by Annie Rose Welch **


 

 
Annie Rose Welch – Saving
Angels Series
On Sale for $1.99 until
January 11th, 2016
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Synopsis, Excerpts and
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Marigny Street – Saving
Angels #1
  

Synopsis:

 
Do you believe in the power of dreams? 
 Way down south on Marigny Street in the heart of
New Orleans, the land of Catholic intercessions, purgatory, and supernatural
superstitions, young Evangeline Chenier dreams of a radiant boy who saves her
from a storm. She takes the dream seriously – in her family, dreams are sometimes
more than dreams. Sometimes they foretell the future. Sometimes they create
it. 

 

Years later, Eva is no longer the same wistful
girl but a hardened woman who no longer believes in dreams. Losing faith in her gift, she becomes lost in a nightmare of emotion, mourning her son, separating from her husband, and stewing in a dead-end job. And then fate brings her an unlikely surprise: one of the most famous movie stars in the world, Gabriel
Roberts. 

Caught by something in his eyes, Eva agrees to
show him the real Big Easy on his last night in New Orleans—an evening that turns into four dreamy days spent recapturing lost faith and discovering a love neither expected. Realizing Gabriel is the boy from her childhood dream, Eva must leave everything behind—her husband, her family, her history, and the beautiful city she calls home—and gamble it all for the dream that has saved her on MARIGNY STREET.

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I
shook my head. “Tell me, Gabriel, what are your dreams about?”
“Nothing.  I never dream.”  He shrugged.
“Never?”
“I’ve never once in my life had a dream.  And I
never look in a mirror – or I try my hardest not to anyway.”
“Why?”  How could you never dream?  Or look in a mirror?
He sighed.  “I believe the only things in
this life that can truly show your reflection are the things you love the most in this world.  And I don’t love myself
enough to want to look in the mirror.”
He laughed.  “But when I look at
you I can see myself perfectly.  And even
though I never dream, I do pray.  Do you
want to know what I prayed for before I met you?”
I nodded.
“I prayed for an angel – to save me.  I asked for a little help from up above, and now you’re here.  You are cake and ice cream; sugar and spice, and everything nice.  And when you smile, you make me feel the way the world looks when the sun shines through a foggy
day.”
All I could do was smile.

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⭐️ My review ⭐️

This book was strange in the beginning, it took me some time to get into the story, the middle was excellent and the end … Heartbreaking but so full of hope.

I can’t classify this book, so eclectic! There’s something very powerful and attractive in this story.

One question though: Do you believe in the power of dreams? After reading Marigny Street, I do.
I was a little bit confused first because I don’t know where the author was leading me; Eva was mourning her son, living in her bubble and her marriage was falling apart.

When she met, a famous actor, Gabriel, it was like an earthquake, when her dreams came true. This part was very interesting and I felt their connection, deep and rich in emotions.

Their journey was incredible, written with such passion.
There’s in the air chemistry, epic love material, their romance goes beyond the frontiers. But love really conquers all? I’m sure about that. Their road to happiness is full of pitfalls. Where is the reality from the forgery?
Throughout the story, I was going from one surprise to another surprise. It was very creative. I was taken aback by the turning events.
It’s one of the first times after finishing a book that I can say that’s just the beginning of something so much bigger! Not the end just the beginning of Eva and Gabriel’s story, and I loved it! I one clicked the whole series by the way!!

Synopsis, Excerpts and Teasers

 

Red Dirt Road – Saving Angels #2

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Synopsis:
 
The Saving Angels Series continues…A new cast is introduced, while journeys already
taken start to merge with the present, leading you down the old Red Dirt Road.

Death has always seemed just one step behind
Layla Hill, taking almost everyone she’s ever loved. After she loses the love of her life, Layla vows to never love again—how could she, when she’s a death
magnet?

Trying to outrun fate traveling with her uncle
Willie and his band, Layla meets Michael Roberts, a beautiful Irish boxer as gentle on the piano as he is brutal in the ring. He proves as relentless in
life, fighting for a place in her world even as she pushes him away, trying to protect him from her killer tendencies.

But neither foresees the sinister presence
waiting for Layla at the end of the Red Dirt Road.

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“Yes, you do.  The games we both play.  The way you constantly run away from me.  How you hide in your office and watch me from
afar, from behind the window blind.  Do
you need me to point out the indention you’ve made?  I see you, just like you see me when I’m
watching and looking for you.  I refuse
to love you from afar anymore.  This is
ridiculous!”
“No, it’s not!  Yes, okay, I admit, I do watch and dream
about you, because it’s the only thing I can do, the only way to keep you safe
and satisfy myself.  I refuse to lose you.  I won’t.”
“You’re not going to lose me.  Please, stop putting those thoughts in your
head.  I cannot promise you that I’ll
live forever, but I’ll try my hardest to stay with you for as long as God’s
willing to allow me.”
“Which won’t be long when the universe
confuses you for me and takes you from me.”
The honesty was spilling out – slightly
slurred but freely given. 
“There is no force in the world that
could take me away from you.  I was meant
for you.  I was created for you.  I can feel it.  I come alive when you’re near me.  Can’t you see that?”
He pulled my face toward his, forcing me
to look at him.
“You’re killing me by forcing me away,
yet you worry about my life being taken.
You can’t see that you’re doing that yourself by pushing me away!  You need to stop living life this way.  You’re wasting your gift.  Before you know it, your life is going to be
over and so is mine, and there will be no going back.  So please, it would be an honor to love you,
freely, without any hesitation.  You’re
going to have to decide, right now: what do you want.  Do you want me to leave?  Or do you want me to stay and love you?  Let me love you!”

The choice seemed so easy – it was either life or death – but I was so
confused.

“I don’t know…”
He slammed his hands against the wall.
“Tell me!  What do you want, Layla?”

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Lotus Blossom Lane – Saving Angels #3
 

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Synopsis:
Life after Yuma was blissful for Layla
and Michael.  After the turmoil of the
old Red Dirt Road, their journey seemed to be moving them in the right
direction, leading them to Ireland, Michael’s birthplace, where history runs
deep and secrets run even deeper.  As the
road to happily-ever-after leads them down Lotus Blossom Lane, years of
entombed history starts to emerge, changing the course of their lives
forever.  And the person waiting for them
at the end of Lotus Blossom Lane, one of the biggest starts in the world, will
bring them to the Crossroads of the Saving Angels Series.

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“Can you believe this?” I closed my eyes, and the tiny specks
felt like confetti falling delicately on my face.
He turned my face toward his. “Look into my
eyes, Mrs. Roberts,” he whispered. “There’s nothing on this earth more gorgeous
than you, in this moment. I refuse to take my eyes away from you.” He continued
to search my eyes, just as if he was seeing me for the first time. “From this
moment on, you’ll never be alone. Never, for as long as we fly together, will I
ever let you fall.” He rested his forehead against mine.
“I love you,” I breathed onto his lips as the snow
continued to fall around us, turning the earth bright white in the pitch-black
darkness.



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 The Crossroads– Saving Angels #4


 

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Synopsis:
 
Howdo you get there, darlin’? Well, na’, you start by taking Brighten Place.
Follow that road all the way down to Marigny Street. After you travel a little distance you’ll come to an old Red Dirt Road, and that road will take you even further, to Lotus Blossom Lane, but you’ve already been that way. Na’ you’re exactly where you should be, darlin’. You’ve arrived at The Crossroads of your
life.
Gabriel Roberts is the most famous movie star in the world. He has everything one man could ever want. He has everything except the one thing he feels will fulfill his purpose and complete his life.
Raphael Rose is dying of pneumonia. As he waits on the waning clock of mortality to chime, he has a story to share. One of star-crossed lovers he has never lost hope for.
Two doors down, Madam Catalina has her own story – a shocking past, a love of a lifetime left undone. Locked behind the doors of Charity Hospital during Hurricane Evangeline, the tangling of souls has unraveled and left each of them at the crossroads of their life. And in the end, whichever road they choose will lead them home.
 

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But
there is a charge between us that cannot be ignored. It’s too strong, and there seems to be a light created from the two of us. I don’t know if it’s the tension of issues, the heat, all of the strange occurrences and discoveries
over the last couple of hours, or all of the above, but I throw myself on her.
I crush my mouth against hers, forcing her back to the wall. A slight moan escapes her mouth as she pulls me closer, runs her hands through my hair. She leaps up, her legs wrapping around my waist, her hands somehow lifting my
shirt. The momentum sends me crashing into the shelf behind us. Things fall around us in disarray. But nothing else matters. She has something I desperately need.
I feel her body, all of it, her tender flesh, her nirvana curves as I run my lips back and forth against the base of her throat. I can feel the beat of the pulse
beneath her skin throbbing against me. I can taste the salty sweat on her skin, but it’s mixed with sweetness, like delicious wild honey. And I can’t seem to get enough, as my tongue finds the delicate skin just above her breasts, making a trail back to her lips.
She pulls away from the kiss,
my teeth lightly biting on her bottom lip. She sways back and forth with the rhythm and the rocking of our bodies moving in perfect harmony. She comes
toward me again, our lips meeting in some desperate plea. Her hair falls wildly around us, only making her seem unreal. I moan into her mouth, knowing she can
feel the vibration of my need against her tongue, while my fingers get lost in the thickness of her hair. I can spend my forever kissin’ on her this way, buryin’ myself, losing myself in her this way.



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Sparrow Way– Saving Angels #5
 
 

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Synopsis:

The
final journey of the Saving Angels series has come to an end. All roads have led you to….
“What’s the address?”
she asks.
“Eleven Sparrow Way.”
She closes her eyes for a moment. “I like that. Our journey has flown us here, flown us home….”
Gabriel Roberts found his happily ever after at The Crossroads of his life. He found his brother, Michael, his history in the Legion, and the love of his life, his Evangeline. He has finally arrived at the place he always yearned for—home.
But time stops for no one; not even an angel.
For years Gabriel has guarded what is
most precious to him, Evangeline and their transcendent love story. When the opportunity presents itself in an unexpected way, Gabriel decides to tell his
story, and in doing so, answers the riddle of his heart:
If life
is the journey of years, 
perhaps love is the journey of a lifetime?

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The concierge had arranged for us two cruising bikes
so that we could explore the area and voyage to the famous restaurant that we had heard so much about.
Eva hops on the purple one, sticking me with the pink
one that has a wicker basket attached to the front.
“That’s for the fly comment.” She snickers.
“Real men work pink,” I say. “Or so Brad says. He told me
my coloring is perfect for pink.”
We cruise into the misty day, the sun barely shining
through the many Monterey cypress trees that line the hilly area. Eva steadies her bike and releases the handle- bars. She spreads her arms wide like a bird spreading its wings.
As we peddle, I hear music in the distance
floating from one of the houses on the opposite side of the street. I listen harder, trying to place the beat.
“Do you hear that?” I bounce a bit from the turbulence of
the tires. 
Eva grabs the handlebars. “I would never leave you
alone…something, something, something
.”
“Hell yeah!” I beat the handlebars with my thumbs to
the heavy pace of the drums. “Eva, ‘I’ll be’…” I sing some of the song. “I love The Karate Kid! This place reminds me of the movie.”
“That’s about the only movie you do like.”
“It’s a classic, like Rocky.
And if we weren’triding these bicycles, I’d show you my karate moves! Hi-ya!” I chop the air. “What are you laughing about? You just don’t know the moves your
husband has!” 
“Hold on, Gabriel-san! Banzai!” Eva shouts, before we go flying down a steep street.
“I love it here. I feel like I can breathe better! The air
seems lighter.”
“Don’t get used to it. “We’re not taking up permanent residency in the big shake.” I take the camera from the basket as the bole straightens out. I slow down a bit, getting a prime shot of her butt bouncing up and down
on the seat. “The scenery is quite beautiful, though.”
She looks behind for a second. “Race you!” She starts
going faster and I have to take the camera and throw it in the basket to peddle
harder.
 

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Author Bio:
 

 

Born and raised in New Orleans, Annie has a habit of
shortening her words and telling long stories. She speaks with a southern flair
and cooks with it too. At the tender age of twenty- one, she hitched up her
wagons (took her first plane ride) and moved out west to the big shake
(California).  
Her writing career began one sleepless night when she imagined a gorgeous woman and a man with maniacal hair floating above her like lightening bugs falling from the sky. Curious about them, their story, and why they were floating around in her head, she sat down and penned (typed) her first novel, Marigny Street. A dream come true for her, she hasn’t stopped writing since. She loves a damn good love story, always has, no matter what the
genre. She is particularly moved by imperfect love that in its own unique way is perfect, the notion of love at first sight, soul mates, and things that are generally out of the norm.

When she’s not writing she enjoys dabbling in
photography and finding new, inspirational music to add to her collection.
Deciding on a whim to hitch up those same wagons, Annie currently resides in Texas (where everything is bigger) with her husband, daughter, and their two peculiar dogs, Boudreaux and Tabasco (who, call her crazy, bark with an
accent). 

For lagniappe (a little extra), a virtual cup of
café au lait and beignets, please visit Annie’s website:

http://www.annierosewelch.com She can also be found on Facebook & Twitter.

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