Author: Noelle Adams
Release Date: February 21, 2014
Genre: Adult/New Adult Contemporary Romance
It was just a normal Tuesday afternoon.
I was twenty-three and thinking about my new designer boots. They kidnapped me for ransom. They raped me before I was rescued. My therapist says that talking about it means I'm starting to heal.
I don't really think I am.
It's even harder to talk about Gideon. He couldn’t save me when it really mattered, so he keeps trying to save me now. He refuses to give up on me, and I can’t make him understand. There are some things you just can’t be saved from.
Warning: Salvation is a love story that follows a difficult path of healing after sexual assault. It is a true contemporary romance, but it addresses very hard issues, including rape and attempted suicide. Please consider whether this book is for you.
I just finish reading this book, and I love it, I have to say that my emotion are still in a roller coaster, this book got me mad, crying, and laughing but that's all cause I actually felt what the main character was feeling. This is a story about second chance, its about how to deal with something bad that had happened to you, and it show you that everyone deal with things different, I am gone tried to keep this short since I don't want to give anything away.
This is the story of Diana, she is a young woman leaving in the city, she love her job, her father is rich, and she had always seen life simple, but that all change, after she came out of the store Diana was heading back to work, when a band pull up and two man grab her, one of them cover her mouth and the next thing she knew she was in a trunk of a car, once they got her to the place she notice that it was a house a normal house and not a warehouse, she tried to get away but that got her a smack on the face, they put her in a basement with little light, while looking around she notice that she was not alone, that's when she sees him, Gideon is an undercover for the FBI, and he let her know that they spend the time talking, into Gideon here them arguing Diana ask him what they talking about, that's when Gideon tell her that what ever happened don't fight it, after that Gideon tried to fight the man but they left him with a broken arm and some broken ribs, and they took Diana, that was the night that change her life.
After that night she step away from everyone, wanted to be along, but Gideon had different plan for her, he started to spend time with her, but what they where not expecting was the feeling that grow between them too.
I really love and enjoy reading this book, love the way that Gideon is with Diana and how he always is their trying to protect her, I love it when Diana finally open up to Gideon, I just love the book Author Noelle Adams THANK YOU for introducing to this awesome characters and this awesome book love it.
I fought the hands, trying desperately to get away. I was soaked in sweat, and adrenalin pumped hard through my body. I was so terrified I couldn’t breathe.
“Diana,” a voice said. An American voice. “Diana, wake up, baby. Wake up.”
I was vaguely aware that this voice didn’t fit the dream, but the hands were still all over me and I had to get away. One of my fists flew up and blindly found a target.
I heard a grunt at the impact.
“Diana, it’s Gideon. It’s me. It’s a dream. Wake up, baby.”
I finally broke through the dream with a ragged gasp, sitting up straight in the bed and gasping for air.
Gideon was sitting up beside me. I saw the outline of his body in the dark room.
As the adrenalin surge lessened, I started to tremble helplessly. Just like I always did. “Sorry,” I gasped. “Sorry. Did I hit you?”
“Come here, baby,” he murmured, pulling me down under the covers again and pulling me into his arms. “What can I do?”
“Do you mind if we turn the TV on? The noise sometimes helps.”
“Sure.” He reached over to flip on the television and sports came on. “What do you want to watch?”
“It doesn’t matter. It’s just the noise I want.”
He flipped from sports to the news and then to a channel that played old sitcoms all night and left it on that. Then he wrapped me in his arms again. “Are you okay?”
“No,” I said through the trembling. “Why won’t the nightmares go away?”
“I don’t know. I don’t know.” He was stroking my hair and my back now. “I wish I could make them go away for you. But I’m here. I’ve got you.”
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