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Fallen Angel (The Angel of 13th Street Book 2) by [Winters, Eden]
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Who can save the rescuer of lost souls?

For ten years ex-rent boy Noah Everett has fought the good fight, offering second chances to those still in the life. Now he’s cracking under the stress. What began as a two-man mission is now going corporate, meaning rules, regulations and inexperienced volunteers needing guidance in a field Noah makes up as he goes along. Who can he turn to when his mentor’s strength is all but gone and his lover is leaving for college—possibly for good?

Four years at State with a full ride scholarship will launch Jeremy Kincaid’s future, but his present includes Noah, Doc, and the closest he’s ever had to a family. And a meth addict who’s become Jeremy’s own personal mission.

An attack sends Noah spinning out of control. Jeremy has to find the way to reach Noah before the man he knows and loves disappears forever.

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  • Publisher: Rocky Ridge Books; 2 edition (27 February 2017)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant ending to An Angel of 13th Street series! 2 March 2017
By Tammy Smith - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Warning: You will need your tissues!!
Noah Everette is tired. He’s been the Angel of 13th Street for the last 10 years, saving the rent boys and girls who wanted to be saved. Noah started working with Doc, the man who saved his life when he himself was a rent boy and consequently almost killed when he was thrown out of a window and landed on the bonnet of a car. Noah’s boyfriend Jeremy is in his last days at high school, which means he’s studying like a fiend and still trying to save ex-rent boy Lark. Lark is only 27 years old but he looks like he’s in his late 30’s. Whilst Jeremy is trying to keep up with his school work, his job at the laundromat, his job trying to give people who want it a second chance and on top of all that keep his relationship with Noah fresh and strong.
Things start to fall apart when Chip, the young man Noah has been trying to help keeps giving him the runaround, then his boyfriend {pimp} decides to meet Noah to make sure he knows to leave Chip alone, forcefully! Then, everything falls apart, Lark tries to commit suicide, Noah begins lying to Jeremy to keep him “safe”, Doc makes a lot of new rules and regulations about their cause, which Noah has named Cook’s Cause, after Doc who started trying to give rent boys a second chance when his only son died in his arms after being beaten to death for no reason.
The stress gets that bad Noah is getting stress headaches constantly, he becomes paranoid about keeping Jeremy safe. While Noah is falling apart Jeremy is trying to finish high school, gain a full-ride scholarship to College, help Lark recover from his suicide attempt and drug addiction and stay sane. Jeremy knows Noah is falling apart but he can’t do anything to help him if he won’t acknowledge that anything is wrong.
Fallen Angel is the brilliantly written conclusion to The Angel of 13th Street. Eden has once again been able to not only ensnare the reader but keep you engrossed in the unfolding story. Although I would dearly love to read one final story of what happens to Noah, Jeremy, Doc, Lark and everyone else involved with Cook’s Cause. I have no hesitation in recommending this book for you to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Staying together is hard to do 11 June 2012
By Cryselle - Published on
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4.5 rounded up

For those of you who haven't read Angel of Thirteenth Street, go fix that right now. Okay, you're back? Good. Now we can talk, not so much because you need all the background in the first book as because it's just that good and this follows on. Fallen Angel stands alone but is that much richer if you've read the first one.

Jeremy and Noah are several months into their relationship, and it's unusual in that while Jeremy is of age, he's still in high school--aging out of the foster system before he graduated (and before he met Noah), he's had to scramble just to make it this far. It's a triumph that not only is he turning his cap, but doing it with style, honors, and a scholarship that he's busted his hump for. Should be happiness on a plate, right? Not so fast.

Noah also has what he's worked so hard for--he's got help rescuing the street kids and rent boys now, where before it was him and Doc, whose backstory is wrenching and entwined with Noah's own. Helpers, donations, and resources fade into the background when all Noah can see is the young man who can reach out but not grab on to Noah's offered hand. Noah can help the young men who will meet him halfway--the ones he gets out of "the life" become notches on his doorpost. The ones who don't become notches on his heart, and they just might make him bleed to death.

This is a story of reevaluating--both partners have learning and growing to do, and reassessing of goals and their routes to those goals. The road is bumpy and full of dangers--Noah and Jeremy are sweet together, but that might not be enough when Noah turns inward after an attack. For all that he's a dozen years older than Jeremy, sometimes he's the less mature partner--sometimes he's stuck in the past, and sometimes he's afraid to move into the future.

There is plenty of plot, but the characters' growth is the important part of the story. We find out a lot more of Noah's past; there are a lot of flashbacks and references to the first book, but with much added detail and depth--it isn't filler rehash. There just are a lot of flashbacks. Jeremy is the one who is truly moving forward in life, and for a while there, it seems like Noah won't be able to go with him. It's heartbreaking, in best Eden Winters style, and she does bring the sun back, but not before Doc, Jeremy, Lark the meth addict, and all the readers want to kick Noah's butt.

This isn't purely Noah and Jeremy's story: Doc, Lark, and the rent boy, Chip, all have significant roles, both in their own arcs and as Noah and Jeremy's friends. Sometimes their roles are the more interesting, some of Noah and Jeremy's scenes, while happy and moving the story, are just a little too slice-of-life-y to maintain intense interest. But other scenes will yank you right out of your chair, or make you reach for your tissues. Sometimes both at once. Poor Chip.

A major issue with sequels is that the intense romantic question of "how will they get together" has already been answered. The problems shift to how do they stay together, certainly important, but the focus has to be different and the feel of the book is not the same. Fallen Angel addresses the ways these two very different men tackle the same problems, and the end will make you snuffle and smile all at once.
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 1/2 Stars for Fallen Angel! 19 May 2012
By Becky C - Published on
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Eden Winters often writes about the underbelly of society, the sordid lives of those we try not to notice and assume are someone else's problem. FALLEN ANGEL is the second book in THE ANGEL OF 13TH STREET series, but it is a well-crafted stand-alone book as well as a continuation of the series.
I'm never sure whether Ms Winters stories are character-driven or plot-driven so we'll say this one is both as the characters are integral to the plot and would not be as fully developed without the story behind them.
This book tells Noah's story, during his rentboy years up to his present day calling to rescue other rentboys. It is full of flashbacks to his former boyfriend Billy and a much younger Jeremy. We are privy to Noah's thought process, telling us how he got where he is and what it cost him to leave others behind.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Satisfying sequel 12 June 2012
By Dianne T. - Published on
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This is a sequel to The Angel of 13th Street, which is one of my favorite M/M reads and my favorite book by Eden Winters. I was eager to see what was going to happen in the aftermath of all the intensity and violence that took place in the first book.

At the beginning we find that Noah and Jeremy are living together and everything is seemingly fine between them, at least on the surface. Doc's cause had broadened in scope and Jeremy was becoming very involved. To me there was loads of realism in the emotions and actions of the characters in this story, even though they exasperated me at time. It was very plausible to me - given the events long past along with recent and current ones- that Noah was struggling with where his life was headed and what he perceived may be the best decisions for Jeremy and Jeremy's future. I like that Jeremy was very mature in general, especially regarding his running a business, his involvement with Doc's cause and how he faced plans for his future. Where he needed more support and input from Noah was in their personal relationship. While it was obvious how much Noah loved Jeremy, Noah was just not emotionally up to the task of being the anchor throughout much of the story, which led to Jeremy to feeling hurt as well as very concerned for Noah's well being.

The event that became a turning point for Noah was well done in that the source was unexpected. While hard to endure for Noah and Jeremy (and the reader), it actually served to quiet Noah's mind about some of the doubts he was having. The support, wisdom and love coming from Jeremy, Doc and their friends throughout the book was very evident and convincing and all served in leading to a satisfying ending.

I will add that while Chip's story was sad, I felt it was in line with the harsh realities dealt with in both this book and it's predecessor, and essential in a way to understanding Noah's self doubts.

I enjoyed meeting Lark and look forward to more of his story in the next book of the series. I hope to also see quite a bit of how Noah and Jeremy are doing and what they are up to. Thanks Eden for Fallen Angel, a great follow up to one of my favorites.
4.0 out of 5 stars Details matter 28 December 2012
By jeayci - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Between Feliz's review and Simsala's review (both on Goodreads), I really have nothing more to add. They summed it up perfectly, and the ending really did feel like "It's a Wonderful Life".

I guess the one place I differ is that I didn't feel Chip's story was hanging, as Noah's hospital exchange with Sumner made it clear there is still work to be done there. I'm looking forward to the third book, and wondering how it will sell me on Lark and Sam as a couple. I loved Lark in this one and would love to see him happy with someone, but I'm not yet convinced that Sam wasn't being creepy, taking unfair advantage of a vulnerable patient. I'm willing to like him, I just need to be persuaded theirs can be a relationship of true equals.

ETA: A little birdie dropped a hint that led me to reread a particular scene, and I'm feeling much better about Sam and Lark as a couple. Just one sentence changes my perception of them entirely and now I'm really looking forward to reading their story! I've also learned a valuable lesson: Eden Winters does not waste words, so it behooves me to pay attention to all the little details in her stories.