Two Sides to Every Story [NOOK Book]

Overview

Raphael Remeris is a Chicago policeman with a dark secret of childhood abuse. The abuse lead him to his vocation to protect the innocent.

Angela Reed is a free lance writer from a nearby Chicago Suburb. When her brother is arrested and found guilty of gang activity and locked away in Statesville Penitentiary Angela goes on a crusade to prove him innocent and to find the dirty cops her brother swears framed him. With time running out her ...
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Two Sides to Every Story

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Overview

Raphael Remeris is a Chicago policeman with a dark secret of childhood abuse. The abuse lead him to his vocation to protect the innocent.

Angela Reed is a free lance writer from a nearby Chicago Suburb. When her brother is arrested and found guilty of gang activity and locked away in Statesville Penitentiary Angela goes on a crusade to prove him innocent and to find the dirty cops her brother swears framed him. With time running out her brother is pressing her to increase her efforts and convince her to move into a rough Hispanic area of Chicago. Angela runs into officer Remeris again and again, her hatred of him fueling a battle for dominance. But she soon finds that Raphael fuels more than her anger. He's started a fire in her heart.

As Angela and Raphael work together to find evidence that will free Angela's brother Raphael wants to prove to Angela that there's always Two Sides To Every Story . . .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585715510
  • Publisher: Genesis Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,269,457
  • File size: 340 KB

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  • Posted March 23, 2009

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    one of the best book i have ever read

    this book was amazing!!!!! i enourage every one to read this book...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2007

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    When I started to read this book, I thought I was going to like this book. It started out really good and then the book started to simmer off. This book had so much sex in it and not a lot of love. The main characters said they love one another, but I didn't feel it at all. I really didn't understand the Adrian part of the story. The author should have brought that story out earlier in the story so, the book didn't feel so dragged. On a good note, I like how the author used a Puerto Rican as a character. Also, I didn't understand how Angela trusted her brother like that and let him use her like that. She already said in the story that he wasn't a good guy. Another thing, I was so hesitant to read this book because this author just don't do it for me and the only reason I brought this book was because Rafe is a cop. This will be the last time I read any of her books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2007

    Just Okay

    Angela and Rafe meet when he pulls her over for speeding and that's when the sparks fly, literally. Angela hates 'cops', because she feels they are responsible for her brother being in jail. She deliberately tries to get Rafe into trouble, by filing several complaints against him. Rafe is a good cop who loves his job, but is haunted by memories from his childhood. Rafe and Angela begin a relationship that is strictly just sex, but find themselves falling in love.~~~~~~~I enjoy Dyanne Davis' writing style, I was looking forward to enjoying this novel after reading the book description, however, I have to say this wasn't my favorite. I enjoyed Raphael's character, with the exception of him taking so much crap from Angela. I enjoyed the intense heat and passion between Rafe and Angel. However, I found Angela to be quite annoying. She was very naive, quite immature and dangerously irresponsible. After everything she did to Rafe, her blantant disregard for his life as well as his career, I could understand why his family thought he could do better. Angela was a piece of work. And the way her family treated her, with the exception of her cousin, Simone, was just AWFUL. The love scenes in the story were exceptional, but the rest of the plot was just so unbelievable, because regardless of Angel being Rafe's destiny or soul mate, I couldn't imagine anyone, especially a police officer putting up with her destructive behavior. I mean considering Rafe's job and his ethics, how could he respect or even like her after the irresponsible and immature way she behaved throughout the novel. So many times I wanted Rafe to call it quits and just let Angel go!

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