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Angel Lost, Angel Found (The Cavelli Angel Saga)

4.89  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Charity O’Malley is about to break the law of the land in order to follow her dreams. They’ll call her a whisper sister. A tarnished female. A Jezebel. As a woman who wants to shape her own destiny, she’s about to reopen her father’s speakeasy, but Big Mike O’Malley reaches out from the grave to save his recalcitrant daughter from her folly.

Gabriel Cavelli, the Harley-rid
Kindle Edition, 270 pages
Published November 6th 2015 by The Wild Rose Press, Inc
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Kathy Heare Watts

The story of Charity O’Malley and Gabriel Cavelli is the third book in The Cavelli Angel Saga series but will read well as a standalone, and the reader will not feel lost. Charity was the daughter of Big Mike O’Malley, who owned a licensed restaurant and an underground speakeasy that Charlie helped run. On Mike’s deathbed, he had Gabrielle agree to help and look out for Charity. That picture of a little girl doesn’t match the beautiful young
Nov 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Though this book can be read as a standalone, it truly is a Cavelli Angel fan’s delight. Have you ever thought how hard it is to write books in a series and keep them all interesting and well written? Well, when you read Russo’s Cavelli Angel series, she makes it seem so easy. The author knows the time period and vintage Chicago extremely well. She provides detailed historical descriptions, charismatic characters, and a plot that keeps you guessing until the very end.

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Marcy Sartori
Nov 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Angel Lost, Angel Found takes me back in time with its vivid imagery and intriguing characters. It is set in Chicago in the twenties when Prohibition ruled and speakeasies flourished. The author ties in Chicago architectural history with the romantic and suspenseful plot. Fascinating! So glad there is going to be a fourth in the saga. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Jul 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
‘She couldn’t deny the reality of what she was about to do. They would call her a whisper sister, a tarnished woman. Jezebel.’

Midwestern author Annalisa Russo shares a rather important biographical bit of information considering the topic of her novel. She grew up in an overpopulated first-generation Italian family in the suburbs of Chicago. This is important because it establishes her credibility in writing the Cavelli Angel Saga series that chronicles the lives of Italian immigrants in the 192
Jimmy Jefferson
Jul 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A romantic suspense with just about everything thrown in

This is a romantic suspense that will grip you from the first couple of pages and draw you in to the events that are happening almost making you feel like it is happening to you. This story of a young woman Charity who has returned from the east to take over and run the speakease her father had before he died. Gabe has promised her father that he will look out for her and has also been put in charge of the property that charity thought woul
Jul 02, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Angel Lost, Angel Found (Book #3 in the Cavelli Angel Saga) by Annalisa Russo is a great mix of genres, with a bit of history, family sagas, and prohibition mixed in. Taking place in the 1920's during prohibition in Chicago, the author creates a captivating world of turmoil, one where Charity must re-open her late father's speakeasy. With feuding families, a will with an implicit decree and warring personalities that come into the mix, this is a very heady story, and one that certainly entertain ...more
Jul 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What really stroke me the most about this book was all the tiny historical details that helped bring 1920’s Chicago to life. I wasn’t very familiar with this period of the American history and felt like I was there. The vivid descriptions and the nice flow brings everything to life and are some of the strongest points in the book.
To top it all, we are presented to some great and powerful characters, with multiple layers and good dialogues. This was my first book from the series and I didn’t feel
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I grew up in the Midwest in a first generation Italian family. We lived with my grandparents since in an Italian family when the oldest girl gets married, she doesn’t move out, her husband moves in. I was the eldest of five children which caused the usual sibling problems—fighting, borrowing stuff, and eating really, really fast or you were out of luck. Our grandparents spoke to us in Italian, and ...more