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The Angel That s what the young hustlers call Noah Everett, the man who ll help them get off the streets Once a hustler himself, Noah doesn t take his own good advice, which is, Don t let this ruin your life Haunted by the past and those he couldn t save, Noah carefully keeps others at bay until his self imposed loneliness is shattered by determined, ambitious, but hoThe Angel That s what the young hustlers call Noah Everett, the man who ll help them get off the streets Once a hustler himself, Noah doesn t take his own good advice, which is, Don t let this ruin your life Haunted by the past and those he couldn t save, Noah carefully keeps others at bay until his self imposed loneliness is shattered by determined, ambitious, but homeless eighteen year old Jeremy Kincaid.A ruthless pimp has targeted Jeremy, but if Noah will fight to get anonymous young men out of the life, he ll fight harder to keep Jeremy from getting in, even if it means a return to old stomping grounds to make a deal with the devil To save Jeremy, Noah risks than just his body He risks his soul as well, because Willie Carnell, pimp, was once Billy Cordell, Noah s lover.
I read to Chapter 12 or 71% before giving up. I was loving this book, the characters and how the relationship was developing between Jeremy and Noah until 43% or around there, after that I couldn’t find interest enough to even finish the book. I forced myself to keep reading hoping I would get back into it but I never did. (view spoiler)[As the blurb says Jeremy is being targeted by the pimp, Willie (if you are like me you pretty much make the connection that Willie used to be Billy early on) [...]
There's soooo much I can go on about here regarding this book, but my fingertips are brutally paining me while chewing the death out of them reading this story. I have a confession to make: In most stories we harp and moon and go gaga over the main characters and I won't deny that Noah and Jeremy are seriously to die for, but they were not where my head was/is at when I had completed reading it and I felt like grieving and was lost over one character mostly. He had affected me the most like no o [...]
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4.5 starsWhat a beautiful story *sigh*. This book hits me in all the right places. An eighteen-year-old boy with determination for the better life, who refuses to give up. A thirty-year-old man with a heart of gold even with a dark past. A story about kindness, redemption, hope, and love. Very, very beautiful (and it doesn't have a lot of sex, it focuses on character building and what happens outside sex, which I happen to love) and squeezes my heart when it nears the end -- I admit I have tears [...]
This is a sweet book. I went in with waay too high expectations, and expected something more touching and well-written. It's not that touching, and it's not particularly well-written, but it is a perfectly good run-of-the-mill romance.It's the situation that is presented as touching and emotional (which it is) and the author trades on that to avoid having to get me invested through their words. I did feel a lot of empathy for the MCs and the secondary characters, but it was the same kind of empa [...]
Wowummmmmrrrrris book totally took me by surprise.What did I think? What did I think?What did I think?I thought it was tough.I thought it was beautiful.I thought it was magnificent! Noah is a high school drop out, hasbeen hooker, and savior.Jeremy is a homeless high school senior in dire need of saving.Noah refuses to fall in love again, but sometimes you can't stop love.I tend to balk at such age differences (18 and 30) but I couldn't fight their connection anymore than they could. Heavy on the [...]
Noah owns a bar on Thirteenth Street. Actually Twelfth Street, but who wants to tempt fate, right? In a tough neighborhood filled with drugs, violence and prostitution, through sheer force of will and personality he turned the place into a spot people would want to visit again. Rugged, scarred, alone, his real mission is to help get young men working the streets back home, or at least somewhere safe. On the streets, they call him, sardonically, the Angel.Jeremy is eighteen now, aged out of the f [...]
I have a soft spot for the whole rent boy turns good with help angle and Winters plays it like a master. She’s written a beautiful, haunting story filled with light, dark, and infinite shades of gray. I continue to be impressed with the writing from this author and if you haven’t picked up any of her work do so now please. You won’t regret it. This particular offering is filled with sympathetic characters, nuanced villains, seedy underbelly of crime, a gritty urban setting, a lovely romanc [...]
This is the 2nd book I read by Eden Winters, but she is now officially one of my favorite authors. This was a m/m challenge read picked from their Barely Legal shelf, so I wasn't quite sure I would like it. I was pleasantly surprised. Jeremy is homeless, cast out of his foster home when he turned 18. He's struggling to survive on the streets and trying to stay out of grasp of a local pimp. He is determined to get out and focuses on staying in school and winning a scholarship to college. On one o [...]
I was a little worried that this book would not live up to the way I remembered it. I'm glad to say I worried for nothing. The story of Noah and Jeremy is a wonderful story of love lost and found, of hope when all seems hopeless, of fear and strength, of the worst of society mixed with the best. The story of Noah and Jeremy is at times both heartbreaking and uplifting. There were times I was on the edge of my seat and others I sat back with a satisfied sigh.This review is sadly lacking simply be [...]
Eden is a talented writer who pulled me into this story from the first page. She really got inside the heads of her characters, even the background ones. She truly understands the psychology of those who have been reduced to sexual objects and that the scars do remain even when the person is healed enough to move on.
I've not made it a big secret that I greatly admire this new author's writing, so I was looking forward to reading her new novel, Angel of Thirteenth Street. I'm happy to say that this book lived up to expectations.The book opens with our hero, Jeremy, being chased down the street. He's on his way home from school to the dank basement where he lives since the money ran out and his foster parents kicked him out. The men chasing him are Trent, a former lover who 'groomed' Jeremy intending him for [...]
4.5 Stars. What a great read. I loved the relationship between Jeremy and Noah and how it developed slowly. All of the characters seemed very realistic and none were too over the top. I enjoyed this because the author provided a little angst, a little suspense and a little action which all brought the story together without seeming like it was just thrown together. I didn't think I would like the character of Willie and kinda didn't want to, but ended up wishing that things for him would have be [...]
Oh boy this book saved me! I was SOOOOOO close to quitting M/M romance after all the HORRIBLE reads I'd come across. But then this book gave me a good plot with much better developed characters! Where the emphasis was on STORY and not cramming in as much tasteless sex as possible!If it wasn't for this story I would have quit last year June. Thanks for the great read, Eden!
This was an ok read. Loads of angst and navel gazing about an ex prostitute who's turned his life around and is helping others do the same. Interesting action that requires some suspension of disbelief and plenty of angst if that's your thing. Liked the tension between the main characters and it had plenty of sexy stuff.
4.5 stars!This book opens the reader's eyes to one of the most under-reported social issues - aging out of the foster care system. Most states in the US end all support upon the child's 18th birthday, and offers very little in ways of support or education to help them find their footing.Jeremy is one of those forgotten children. Kicked out of his most recent foster home, when the checks stopped coming, he is still struggling to go to school even though he's now homeless. He knows that his only s [...]
I'd read excellent reviews of this novel which tempted me to buy it – and I also loved the cover which is pretty rare for books in the m/m romance genre! It tells the story of Jeremy, an eighteen year old recently made homeless and struggling to finish school and stave off the attentions of his ex-boyfriend who wants to bully him into selling his body on the streets. He is saved by Noah, a much older man with a chequered past, who now makes it his business to save young men from prostitution a [...]
Brilliant! And the best book I've read in a long timeI'm not going to write a proper review, because there are several of them that are wonderful and say everything that I could say. Plus, I felt so connected to this story and these characters that I feel as if this story took me in and spit me out. I'm all turned around, trying to organize my thoughts, but only thinking that this is the best book I've read of Eden's so far, which is saying quite a lot considering they're all wonderful and diver [...]
I was so sad and so happy at the same time reading this book. I was thrilled that Noah finally found someone who really loved him in the form of the young, but wise beyond his years Jeremy, but so sad that Noah lost Billy along the way. It just tears your heart out to see two me who so belong together but one of them is not smart enough to know what is best for him. Billy was so lost and not able to take that leap of faith to run away from the horror of his life to be with Noah. By the same toke [...]
3.8 StarsEven with this being the longer, second edition I felt like the romance took a back seat to both characters' development. And that's okay to a point. Still, I would have liked a bit more connection between the two - given there were only two sex scenes (plus a couple solitary masturbation scenes) and one of those was with the ex and not current love interest MC. Oh well. Maybe someday I'll read the sequels.ough the blurb for the one with these characters looks like more character develo [...]
"Please don't let them catch me"This opening had me on full alert from the beginning. Jeremy is trying to make it home without getting caught by a group of men out to 'recruit' him for a local pimp.Needless to say they don't care too much about whether Jeremy is actually looking for new job opportunities.So I was on the edge of my seat crossing all fingers for Jeremy to make it home safe. Until I got to see that home and my heart just broke for him.Noah wasn't strong enough to refuse the 'job of [...]
Noah Everett is the Angel of 13th Street. A former hustler himself, Noah was saved by a kind man 10 years ago and is paying it forward. Whenever he can, he talks with young hustlers in his area and tries to convince them to go home. As the owner of a bar and an attached laundromat, Noah keeps his eye out for a young boy who he feels needs help. Jeremy is living on the street after he falls out of the Foster Care system at the age of 18. Looking even younger than his years, Jeremy is propositione [...]
I really couldn't get into this pairing. I liked Noah (big, gruff, muscled Noah sigh!) - upstanding former rent boy turned business owner - who was trying to give back to the community. I also liked Jeremy - young (18), determined to finish school and become a business owner, and absolutely refusing to resort to prostitution to do so. I just didn't like them together. For the most part, the author did everything right. Noah offers to help Jeremy with no strings attached. He deflects Jeremy's att [...]
I thought long and hard how to rate this; it's more like 4,5 stars. This book handled difficult themes in a most sensible way. Young men forced to sell their bodies, violence, rape, even murder. Kudos to the author`s bravery to attempt such a difficult theme. The interaction between Noah and Jeremy was very gripping; I found both characters totally believable, each with their own faults and flaws. Still, Willie the pimp was the one I liked best; behind all his hard - boiledness there was still t [...]
What I really liked about this book was that Noah, the "savior", wasn't the overpoweringly rich guy, nor was Jeremy, the "saved boy", a hustler or otherwise helpless figure. This made the story refreshingly different from what I had expected based on the title.The realism of the threat to both Jeremy and Noah, as well as their carefully developing and growing relationship kept me glued to the pages. I liked that Noah needed saving, in a way, and that Jermey had a real contribution to make. The b [...]
Excellent m/m romance about a bar owner and former rentboy who, with help, turned his life around and now helps other young men get off the street and out of the life and then one of his rescues really starts to get to him.
The Angel of 13th Street opens on a highly charged scene where Jeremy Kinkaid is running from a former boyfriend, Trent Adams, and few other guys who work pimp, Willie Carnell. Trying to remain in high school to earn a scholarship for college while staying away from the hustling life is becoming increasingly challenging as winter approaches. The fact he lives in a dingy, water-logged basement and only possesses threadbare clothing doesn’t help.Noah Everett, once hustler and former boyfriend of [...]
4.5 of 5.My favorite of Eden Winter's books so far - a touching, sometimes bite-your-fingernails/edge-of your-seat novella about a former street hustler who owns a bar and now makes it his life's work to give other young men a way out of the business. MILD SPOILERS FOLLOW:(view spoiler)[ Noah Everett is a gruff 30 year old man who runs a bar in a not so great area of town and who moonlights as "The Angel," as the boys he saves call him - a conduit to a life off of the streets. But, as many a sel [...]
Overall:Enjoyable, good plot, good characters. This story didn't blow me out of the water by any means, but I'll go back and re-read it. Sometimes the characters are a bit frustrating, and there are only two sex scenes (if you're keeping track), but overall, pleasant.What I likedThe plot. The story was exciting, but not too far-fetched, and everything unveiled itself at a good pace. There weren't any moments (that I recall) where the reader is thrown for a loop, and instances where we may start [...]
There was a lot packed in this novella. I can't say I loved it even though it wasn't at all a hardship to read:) Still a solid four stars. I can't quite put a finger on why I wasn't that emotionally-invested in Noah & Jeremy's relationship. Both are fine characters but there was still something missing as the story was passed along to me.I found Noah's past relationship with Willie more interesting and the best parts of the book for me were when Noah was talking to Willie. Perhaps it's becau [...]