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Angel in Armani

(New York Saints #2)

3.85  ·  Rating details ·  576 ratings  ·  81 reviews

Sara Charles is striking out on her own. With her dad out of commission, Charles Air has only one helicopter leftand only Sara to fly charters. With the family business in jeopardy, Sara needs all the clients she can get and the newest one is New York Saints team surgeon, Lucas Angelo. When an unexpected flirtation escalates into a night of pure
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Published December 30th 2014 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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[~Ami~]♥Sexy Dexy♥
Nov 12, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: reviewed
3 stars

The characters were OK didn't annoy me or anything. Plot was good felt a bit like a Brazen title. Thing is I don't think the book has made a lasting impression and I'm sure I will forget this in a few months.

I kinda sorta liked this one but I didn't quite think it had the 4 star feel. If you like the sweet romance with a bit of sexy and low angst I would give this a go.

Book details: standalone, third person dual POV

ARC provided by NetGalley
Claire Robinson
Apr 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: shit-hot-series, smp
4 - "Trust me, I'm a doctor." Stars!

The second book in Melanie Scotts New York Saints series was an absolute treat. I will admit I went into this one with a little (alright a lot) of trepidation. Reason being, I had a big issue with Maggie from book one (The Devil in Denim), putting it politely we had a slight clash of personalities!

Sara Charles luckily, is a little more rounded as a character, and more importantly Angel in Armani isnt a book essentially based around a poor little rich girl not
Ivy Deluca
Nov 26, 2014 rated it it was ok
Second book in this series features Lucas Angelo, brilliant orthopedic surgeon and part-owner of the baseball team the New York Saints, and Sara Charles, helicopter pilot who Lucas hires to fly him around NY and in Florida. After a heated one night stand, Lucas and Sara realize that their attraction could be so much more.

The Good, The Bad and Everything In Between

I like sports romances: I like romances that are based in and around sports such as baseball, football and hockey. Athletes have a
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Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

4.5 stars

When I read the first book in this series, Devil in Denim, I was pleasantly surprised at how completely wonderful it was and as much as I loved that book, I have to say that the couple in Angel in Armani really stole my heart. An upper crust high society doctor and the unassuming helo pilot who turns him upside down make for one sexy and entertaining story.

I really love books where opposites attract and Sara Charles and Dr. Lucas
Angela Carr (Under the Covers Book Blog)
3.5 Stars

Following The Devil In Denim by Melanie Scott is Angel in Armani. Its not as good the the first installment but it was overall an enjoyable read.

Sara Charles is a the helicopter pilot for her dads charter business and she is flying one of the co-owners for New York Saints baseball team, Lucas Angelo. It was a unavoidable relationship as their attraction for each other was strong. After plans of a one-night-stand, lucas and Sara could not stay away. In fact, their relationship had
Jessica Alcazar
OK, so now it's official. I'm in like with all things 'New York Saints'! lol
I say like and not love, because the stories are just so darn CUTE! I don't know how to explain it ... there's no angst or gasping or screaming "OMG did I just read that?" but they are REALLY entertaining and quite the page turner.

I've been looking forward to Luca's story since I read The Devil in Denim. Truth be told, I can't wait for Mal's story as well. LOL

Lucas is a very successful orthopedic surgeon who is trying
Nov 13, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, arc-books
Angel in Armani is the second book featuring the new bosses of the New York Saints baseball team. This time, Lucas Angelo, the surgeon and self-appointed sort of team doctor as well is paired with ex-army helicopter pilot Sara Charles. Lucas needs Saras helo services, because he is a frequent flier, going in an out from New York to Florida to watch the teams spring training. And after a night of passion after they are both stranded due to a horrible storm, Lucas decides that he wants to pursue ...more
Angela Goodrich
Ms. Scott brings us another enjoyable story involving the new owners of the New York Saints in Angel in Armani. This time up at bat is Lucas Angelo, Dr. Lucas Angelo that is. Not only is Lucas one of the new owners of the Saints, but hes also an orthopedic surgeon. Despite his busy surgery schedule, hes on point for overseeing the Saints spring training camp as the team has to recruit new talent to replace the players that left after the change in management or whose contracts werent renewed. As ...more
Christi Snow
Nov 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
My Review:

The New York Saints series...yes, I am a fan. I spotted this series over the summer just because of the gorgeous covers...and I was intrigued. I'm easy that way, but then I read the blurbs. These books are about a down-and-almost-out professional baseball team from Staten Island that has been bought by three friends. These three rich, successful guys are tied together by their love of baseball and the fact that they are really amazing guys. So amazing that they were together during a
The BookChick
The story felt a bit like a modern take on the Cinderella tale -- in a fashion. It was sweet in its own way but sadly the story was a tedious read for me. Nothing much stood out in it and the characters who could have been multidimensional fell flat for me. Lucas was very controlled and at times it made him feel robotic. Sara was made to be feisty but it did not feel natural. Together they just the best word I have to describe it. The sort-of-proposal was cute and all because it ...more
Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms
Angel in Armani is the delightful second instalment in the New York Saints series, in which Sara, the helicopter pilot tries as hard as she can not to fall in love with Dr. Angelo.

This and all my other reviews are originally posted on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews
May 23, 2017 rated it really liked it
I love baseball. Hello!!! I'm from KC. I totally got Sara though, with her "I had better things to focus on than sports". I like sports, just they don't mean much to me unless it's actually interesting. Baseball has slowly become interesting to me, so I loved her journey. And I loved Lucas, and getting glimpses of the rest of the terrible trio.
Oct 03, 2018 rated it liked it
easy fun read
Oct 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book is amazing. I would recommend to put it as your next read.
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Oct 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
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New York Saints, #2
by Melanie Scott

December 30, 2014
352 pages
Sports Romance, Contemporary

-- From the Cover --

Sara Charles is striking out on her own. With her dad out of commission, Charles Air has only one helicopter leftand only Sara to fly charters. With the family business in jeopardy, Sara needs all the clients she can get and the newest one is New York Saints team surgeon, Lucas Angelo. When an unexpected flirtation escalates into a night of pure
Monica Cardoza
Jan 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
4.5 Stars

I truly liked the New York Saints Series and have to go back to read the first book in this series, even though this book could be read as a standalone. The one thing that I loved about this book as its cover and once I saw it I knew I needed to read it. The friendship that these three guys have a nice and how they combined their monies to buy a baseball team that needed work but it was going to take this doctor life in a spin. He was a brilliant surgeon but his life was going to be put
Jun 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The Devil in Denim

All her life all Maggie Jameson has wanted to do was run The Saints when her father retired. Shes worked every day since she was a child to help the team. The last thing she ever expected was her father to sell the team out from under her. Alex Winters has always loved The Saints so when the chance came, he and his three friends jumped to buy the team. Its a dream that they have always shared. Maggie allows Alex to convince her to stay and help The Saints but she cant stop
Janell Sutherland
Dec 26, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: reviewed
This book pulled me in right away. Sara is a helicopter pilot, running her dads charter business while he recovers from an accident. Lucas is a surgeon who also happens to co-own a baseball team with his two best friends. This requires him to do a lot of schmoozing in different places, but he doesnt want his surgical career to suffer for it, so hes taken to chartering helicopters to get him places.

Sara, being ex-military, is tough and professional, although she does let herself fantasize just a
Suz Nice Girls Book Confessions
Title: Angle in Armani
Author: Melanie Scott

Published by: St. Martin's Paperbacks
On December 30, 2014

Pages: 353

This book combines two of my favorites, romance and sports! I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait for the next one! Its a cute story about a doctor turned baseball team owner and a helicopter pilot who has had a spot of bad luck recently. I didn't actually know that this book was the second in the series but you don't need to read the first one to understand and love this one. Of
✰  BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰
ARC received via Netgalley for an honest review.

Earlier this year I read Devil and Denim, so when Angel in Armani became available of course I was going to read it.

And I liked it - a lot. I liked it better than Devil In Denim.

I love the tension between our Angel, Lucas Angelo and his helicopter pilot Sara Charles. Right from the start the sparks fly between them and you just know when these two get together it is going to be hot.

And it is. Though the outcome was not what you expect!

I love how
Dec 29, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
My feelings after reading this are pretty much the same as the ones when I finished The Devil in Denim . Kind of underwhelmed even if I liked it enough as I read it. Enjoyed the parts, but as a whole just didn't work for me. (Or maybe it's the other way?) I thought it was more readable, though. Little sense of disruptive narrative I got from the previous book, although both ended in much the same abrupt way.

I have to admit, the underlying conflict has never been my favourite. I have trouble
Alima Livzletlivz
Dec 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Sometimes titles make a big difference. They can be catchy enough to draw attention, yet the stories can be disappointing. But with Melanie Scott, its just the opposite. Her first book in her NY Saints Series of three friends, Devil In Denim is what caught my attention, and I totally fell in love with Alex Winters and Maggie Jamieson and Melanie Scott!

Angel In Armani brings together Sara Charles and Lucas Angelo in the skies of New York, on the wings of a halo, in the depths of a passionate
R J Mckay
Feb 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: top-shelf
I received this book from Goodreads in exchange for a review.

The running of Charles Air has fallen into the hands of Sara Charles, while her father recovers from injuries received during a helo crash. And Sara is determined to succeed. Flying a helo is in her blood, and it is the only thing she every wanted to do. But it is a day to day struggle trying to pay the bills, deal with the insurance company, and get enough charters to keep Charles Air above water. There is no time in her life of
Sharon Moritz-rosenthal
Dec 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I read the first book in this series be Melanie Scott, Devil in Denim and I was blown away. It looked like a debut novel and it was absolute perfection. While sometimes that happens with a first novel, the question is can the author do it a second time and she does with Angel in Armani and Lucas and Sara.

I seriously loved this book and I LOVED Lucas and Sara and Maggie and Alex are back from the first book, along with the rest of the cast.

If you are not into baseball, don't worry, Sara isn't
K.A. Fox
Jun 04, 2015 rated it liked it
I like this series. The first book pulled me in, made me wonder about the characters and these 3 friends who decide they're going to buy a baseball team together. They're strong men, caring men - all around good guys! My only hang up was the word choice. The author lives in Australia, she's writing about American guys buying an American baseball team and trying to build that team up to achieve the American baseball dream - to win the WORLD SERIES! The women they love are just as American, ...more
Under the Covers Book Blog

Following The Devil In Denim by Melanie Scott is Angel in Armani. It's not as good the the first installment but it was overall an enjoyable read.

Sara Charles is a the helicopter pilot for her dad's charter business and she is flying one of the co-owners for New York Saints baseball team, Lucas Angelo. It was a unavoidable relationship as their attraction for each other was strong. After plans of a one-night-stand, lucas and Sara could not stay away. In fact, their relationship had minor

Mikayla Mangotich
May 18, 2015 rated it it was ok
I read the first to this series a couple months ago, and by the time i picked up this, I had already forgotten most of the plot and characters. This is likely for two reasons, a) I read so much that some of the stories blur together, b) it is cute, but doesn't have a lasting impression. I feel the same way about Angel in Armani. I enjoyed reading it, and it was super cute, but will i forget i even read it a year from now? Probably.

The main character Sara was okay, but annoyed me a bit. She was
Denise Hallauer
Jul 20, 2015 rated it liked it
The review for the entire series can be found on my blog.

**I did a series review since my review for all three books would have been way too similar.**

I found these books after I had read one of the authors fantasy books. I normally dont do series reviews and I would just do a review for each of them but I pretty much have the same feelings for each of the books and planned on giving them all the same rating. For me this series is pretty midline for romance, its not the best, but it definitely
Emily (Mrs B's Books)
Aug 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
**My thanks to NetGalley and St Martin's Press, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This book can be read as a stand alone story, however from the previous book we had met Maggie and Alex as well as getting a small taster for what Lucas was like.

This book is just as good as the first, and again it is the woman who has the issues with the relationship rather than the man.

Sara Charles is struggling to keep her father company Charles Air going after his crash and picks up Lucas
Crystal Marie
Jan 22, 2015 rated it liked it
***Spoiler Warning***
This will be a short review. The story was well-executed and well-written. Which is why I gave it 3 stars. But I did not like it, which is why it did not receive more. A: It had too much baseball for me. Someone brings in too much sport and my eyes glaze over and my mind shuts down. B: I disagree on the ending. He was from a very rich family. She was from a very poor family. I just dont think they had a chance. Did it end HFN? Technically, Yes.
If it had ended the way I
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