A Darker Kind of Love is exactly what it says on the tin. Hanna is still living with her crazy ex-girlfriend Mel, but there’s a twist, Mel is a ghost. Hanna meets Sophie and they fall hopelessly head over heels in love. Can Hanna get rid of Mel, persuade her to move on so that her and Sophie can get the happy ending they both want?
What can I say apart from I absolutely loved this book? I can say that I absolutely hated Mel, she was a truly horrible person that I would never like to meet. That isn’t a bad thing though, you are not supposed to like Mel and the fact that I hated her so much is testament to Angela’s writing.
Now I had the total opposite feelings for Hanna and Sophie, I think I fell in love. I found myself rooting for them throughout the whole book. They are two very nice, very loveable characters and again Angela’s writing portrays them perfectly.
This is a brilliant romantic thriller that I just could not put down. It sends you on a rollercoaster of emotions with so many twists and turns. I laughed and I cried, I felt happy and I felt angry, I needed a lie down after finishing it.
I had never read any of Angela’s work before this but I will definitely be reading more now. If you like love stories, or thrillers, or both then this is the book for you.
A Darker Kind of Love Synopsis
Stronger than desire, deeper than attraction.
Relationships can be tricky, especially when your ex is still hanging around. For Hanna, meeting Sophie marks the start of something new...but first she has to convince her ex girlfriend, Mel, to let her go.
But Mel doesn't want to let go. Ever.
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About Angela Peach
Peach kick-started her career at L Fest 5 years ago and hasn’t looked back since. Her 1st novella ‘47’ (currently with Shadoe Publishing) has been a steady hit with sci-fi fans, while her following novels ‘The Blurring’ and ‘In Reflection’ have dipped steadily in and out of the les-fic charts. But it was rom-com ‘Playing My Love’ that stormed Amazon, staying at the number 1 spot in the UK and USA for 6 weeks simultaneously, and hitting the top spot in Canada and Australia as well to her pleasant surprise! She collaborated with Kiki Archer to bring together the number 1 charity anthology ‘L Is For…’ before taking a break, returning with ‘A Darker Kind Of Love.’ She’s currently working on 3 projects, all due out in 2017 – ‘Chill’ (a series of disturbing short stories guaranteed to make you feel uneasy) ‘The Rhythm In My Heart’ (nearly ready for release) and a novel she is co-writing with friend and fellow author at L Fest, Scott Campbell, ‘A Heart In Two Cities.’