Savior by S.L. Scott
Rosa's rating: 5 of 5 iScream Cones
"Only true love can reach the depths of a tortured soul."
I just about died waiting for the conclusion to The Kingwood Duet after the WTF? ending of the first book. I was so totally invested that I needed to know what happened because I couldn't get Savage out of my head. I kept replaying it over and over in my mind, wanting, wishing, worrying...waiting.
If you are reading this review, then you probably already read Savage, so you know that I can't tell you what happens. That mind numbing ending is right where Savior begins. You will relive it all over again. You will gasp and hold your breath, bite your nails and worry. You will read faster, turning the pages to get to the answer hoping it's the one your heart needs to resume beating.
Those people that you hate...you will hate harder. Those questions that need answers, you will get them. And they will blow your mind. That love that transcends time will be remembered and replayed. That bad boy that you fell in love with before, will take you even deeper and wreck you even more. Sleep. What is that? You won't be getting any of that until you turn the last page, because there will be no walking away from Savior once you start reading. And when you finish reading it, your mind won't turn off, it will keep churning with every revelation and declaration. Your heart will get a workout that you won't soon forget. And I guarantee, like me, you'll already be waiting for the next S.L. Scott masterpiece. The line forms here...