After waiting with much anticipation we finally get the conclusion to Mian and Angel’s story! The book picks up where it left off but I have a few mixed feelings about it. Right from the get go I’m thinking “Yes!” “Finally!” I wanted to devour the book as I just wanted to know if Mian and Angel’s somewhat messed up relationship would get the ending I hoped for. There is so much drama and angst that happens in the book, but at some points it’s hard to keep up. I feel like you get to a certain point of the book and then it jumps to something else. I found myself getting a little lost as I wanted more details to certain things but the plot had moved onto something different.
Some people might feel differently about the book than what I did, but I feel that I enjoyed The Bandit a lot more than The Knight.
Did Mian and Angel’s story get concluded? Yes it certainly did, but you are left with certain things that have been unanswered, maybe Bebe will answer them in another book? Who knows. I think the main thing I enjoyed about the book is the side characters Z and Lucas. I think with these characters it certainly helped me like the book more than what I would have. It’s because of this that my rating isn’t as high as I thought it would have been.
B.B., ALSO KNOWN as Bebe, found her passion for romance when she read her first romance novel by Susan Johnson at a young age. She would sneak into her mother’s closet for books and even sometimes the attic. It soon became a hobby, and later an addiction, influencing her life in a positive way.
Bebe is fresh out of undergrad college and has always wondered about the existence of her talent. When she finally decided to pick up a metaphorical pen and start writing, she found a new way to embrace her passion.
She favors a romance that isn’t always easy on the eyes or heart, and loves to see characters grow–characters who are seemingly doomed from the start but find love anyway.