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Friday, 6 February 2015

Saving Quinton by Jessica Sorensen

From the # 1 New York Times bestselling author ofBreaking Nova comes a gripping story about what it takes to save the one you love . . . 
Nova Reed can't forget him-Quinton Carter, the boy with the honey-brown eyes who made her realize she deserved more than an empty life. His pain was so similar to her own. But Nova has been coming to terms with her past and healing, while Quinton is out there somewhere, sinking deeper. She's determined to find him and help him . . . before it's too late.

Nova has haunted his dreams for nearly a year-but Quinton never thought a sweet, kind person like her would care enough about a person like him. To Quinton, a dark, dangerous life is exactly what he deserves. And Nova has no place in it. But Nova has followed him to Las Vegas, and now he must do whatever it takes to keep her away, to maintain his self-imposed punishment for the unforgivable things he's done. But there's one flaw in his plan: Nova isn't going anywhere . . .
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Jessica Sorensen is a #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives with her husband and three kids in Idaho. When she's not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her family.

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Review: I love the Nova and Quinton story because it isn't a typical easy going love story. Yes, the situation surrounding their lives and romance is depressing but that's what makes it that much more special. Nova has experienced loss with the death of her father and boyfriend and she is absolutely terrified of the same happening with Quinton - a boy that she feels an unusually powerful connection with. An accident has left Quinton sinking deeper and deeper into depression and he finds solace in drugs which of course ensures that he is sucked into a vicious cycle. I really enjoyed the first book in this series and the second one is just as good. The characters are almost hopeless and the plot is gripping and I found myself unable to put it down until the last page. I can't wait to read the final installment.

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