Cello Bride

Cello Bride

by Angel S. Broady

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BN ID: 2940152803945
Publisher: Rose Angel Books
Publication date: 01/14/2016
Series: Cello Bride , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 296 KB

About the Author

Angel S. Broady is a talented author and publisher. Her growing popular romantic, chilling novels of the Yakuza Sweet Revenge Series & now with another Asian Cocktail new release series title Cello Bride that is to carry on her artistic theme of history, myth, and hot romance in every cryptic. Her most recent published title (Book 2) Sealed of Fate was awarded 5 stars on amazon, and was recently hailed by critic Jacob Wills as a "pure ,and deep Japanese ninja tale.", and that he couldn't put the book down.

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Cello Bride 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite 9 months ago
Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite Cello Bride by Angel S. Broady is a contemporary romance story of a young woman who loves everything related to art. Care-free and interested in living life to its fullest, Miya Xi is a young woman that likes to taste everything that the world has to offer. She believes in living life freely and she likes to have the best of everything. So when she meets an enigmatic and handsome man, she knows that he is someone she is going to enjoy. But when things start to get serious between them, she is surprised at herself. What will she do? Will she give love a chance to be a permanent fixture in her life? The story was definitely unique and had a nice spin to it. I enjoyed the different context and the build up of the plot. The story itself has the potential to entertain readers; the narrative has great promise of becoming great! Angel S. Broady has the potential for writing brilliant novels. The character development was good, the plot development was great and the imagery was really fantastic. I could easily visualize what was happening and I could understand the indecisive nature of Miya. She is a complex and deep character and she got plenty of page time to develop properly so readers could understand her. Miya had the page space to convey her thoughts and make the reader understand why she is this way. Cello Bride is a good read for fans of romance and chick lit novels!