2013 READER'S FAVORITE BRONZE MEDAL BOOK AWARD WINNER When Abby and Noah meet, there is an explosive attraction between them that neither can deny...
As a shy, awkward, social misfit, Abby has gone her whole life feeling as though she's different from everyone else and she simply doesn't fit in well with society as a whole. She longs to feel a real connection with someone, and she finally does when she meets Noah.
Unbeknownst to Abby, Noah is from another world and his sole purpose is to hunt down the evil of his people that was unleashed on Earth hundreds of years ago. He's certain he isn't going to be able to return to his home, and anger and the need for revenge are his constant companions. His focus has been eradicating the evil and making them pay for taking his life on his world away from him.
Noah tries desperately to fight his attraction to Abby so he can keep his focus on his mission. But when Abby gets dragged into the evil and mayhem from Noah's world, he realizes that maybe with Abby he can find a home here on Earth...if he can save her in time.
The Six Saviors Series in Reading Order:
The Light Within Me
Finding My Faith
Carly Fall is a wife, a mother and a slave to the dog, Nicky.She loves to laugh, thinks chocolate and wine should be considered their own food group, and wishes Christmas happened twice a year.She is the author of the award-winning and Amazon best-selling series, the Six Saviors. She is also the author of the Supernatural Renegades series, and other paranormal and contemporary romance.
5 Stars: Reader's Favorite - "The first part of this book sets the groundwork for the series. Thisbook is a combination of science fiction, action, humor, romance,
paranormal and fantasy. Though Noah is over two hundred years old, he is
a very appealing and desirable character. Carly Fall has a talent for
creating strong male leads who are tall, strong, handsome and hunks. The
character of Abby worked perfectly with Noah. She comes across as
rather innocent and naïve. Fall allows her characters to be realistic.
They have flaws that make them life-like and likable. The Saviors are
amusing when they were interrelating. Abby is at the center of a
surprising twist. The plot is well done."