Book one - Deviation
It takes just one week to realize that you’re broken, but not unfixable. ONE week to realize everything doesn’t come with a price. One week to fall in love with love. One week to fall in love with you.
Family torn apart at thirteen by a drunk driver.
Fifteen foster homes in five years.
Determined to keep everything at bay, Nevaeh Rodgers will do whatever it takes to forget.
Until she meets Angel Barajas at a party. He can’t keep his eyes off of her. Saving her from a guy at the party and an overdose, he can’t just let her walk out his door. Determined to help her whether she wants the help or not, he sets out to find her and not a moment too soon.
It takes ONE day to realize the relationship you’re in isn’t healthy and leave. TWO days to realize you’re as pathetic as the loser you stayed with. THREE days to get a combination of drugs out of your system. FOUR days to wish life would end so you can take matters into your own hands. FIVE days to be saved. It takes a week to realize that everything each and every one of those days has in common, is the vibrant blue eyes that are staring at me right now.
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I was a fan of Nevaeh and Angel the first time around and I was glad to see they got a Christmas Novella.
For being around only 50 pages, a lot was packed into it. Nevaeh still had some trust issues to deal with and the impulse to run at the first sign of trouble was always there. Angel wanted nothing more than to provide Nevaeh with the security she needed and he made it his mission to make her aware their future was together no matter what.
Christmas Salvation had some drama, angst but most of all really sweet times. I was pleased to see Nevaeh found the courage to work through her troubles even though her first instinct was to run. We got to see Angel's family and get to know him a little better.
This was a quick, easy read and if you liked the first book then it's a nice little filler to continue their story. As I was reading I did get confused at some points as it wasn't always clear who was speaking and I would need to reread the dialogue and a few time it would be Angel's mum but I wasn't aware she was in the scene. That little niggle aside this was a really sweet novella for the holiday season.
Dani Morales is a native Texan currently residing in Las Vegas, Nevada with her three boys and her mother. She adopted the boys in December of 2011 and loves spending every minute playing with them. On her spare time you can find a book in her hand or sitting in front of the computer typing out stories that run rampant in her mind. Her debut novel Entrelacen released in April 2013, followed by Deviation, her second novel and first in the Deviate Series, in August 2013.
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