The Angel of 13th Street
The Angel. That’s what the young hustlers call Noah Everett, the man who’ll help them get off the streets. Once a hustler himself, Noah doesn’t take his own good advice, which is, “Don’t let this ruin your life.” Haunted by the past and those he couldn’t save, Noah carefully keeps others at bay... show more
The Angel. That’s what the young hustlers call Noah Everett, the man who’ll help them get off the streets. Once a hustler himself, Noah doesn’t take his own good advice, which is, “Don’t let this ruin your life.” Haunted by the past and those he couldn’t save, Noah carefully keeps others at bay until his self-imposed loneliness is shattered by determined, ambitious, but homeless eighteen-year-old Jeremy Kincaid.A ruthless pimp has targeted Jeremy, but if Noah will fight to get anonymous young men out of the life, he’ll fight harder to keep Jeremy from getting in, even if it means a return to old stomping grounds to make a deal with the devil. To save Jeremy, Noah risks more than just his body. He risks his soul as well, because Willie Carnell, pimp, was once Billy Cordell, Noah’s lover.
Publish date: May 12th 2010
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 132
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Coming Of Age
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: The Angel of 13th Street (#1)
Angel of 13th Street' by Eden Winters is a story about a subject that shouldn't even exist—throwaway kids, many of whom have to resort to prostitution just to survive. This story is about Jeremy, an eighteen-year-old who, against all odds, is trying to avoid the dangers of living on the streets, par...
This book opens the reader's eyes to one of the most under-reported social issues - aging out of the foster care system. Most states in the US end all support upon the child's 18th birthday, and offers very little in ways of support or education to help them find their footing.Jeremy is one of those...
I enjoyed this more than I expected. Scenes between Noah and Billy/Willie broke my heart, especially at the end. Noah's self-sacrifice was commendable, but frustrating. It was nice to see everyone step up to support him.
This review says it all.Bubbles Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions 's review
"Please don't let them catch me"This opening had me on full alert from the beginning. Jeremy is trying to make it home without getting caught by a group of men out to 'recruit' him for a local pimp.Needless to say they don't care too much about whether Jeremy is actually looking for new job opportun...