Davi’s Salvation by Stormy Glenn

Davi's SalvationDavi’s Salvation by Stormy Glenn
Reviewer:  Tj
Publisher:  Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Novella:  44,033 Words
Purchase at Amazon and Barnes and Noble
Roses:  2

On the worst day of Salvador Cavalcante’s life, he meets a man destined to be his mate, something sacred where he comes from. Little does he know that mating Davi will make him an alpha stronger than most—and more dangerous.

Davi Braizer is an omega. In his world, that means he is to stay hidden from sight, not allowed to speak to anyone, and at the alpha’s beck and call every day of his life. It’s a miserable existence until his alpha is defeated by a man who just might not be completely human.

When Salvador’s past comes back to haunt him, hiding his true nature is no longer possible. If he wants to keep his mate safe, he’ll need every ounce of power to defeat the man bent on destroying him. And that means becoming the monster everyone fears.


I really did like this story, just saying, me personally I like it.  Salvador awakes in a strange place after spelunking.  He doesn’t remember much but figures he is hurt pretty bad.  When he wakes he finds himself sleeping with a man he doesn’t know.  He is told by another he was in a fight with an Alpha wolf shifter and since he killed said Alpha he inherited his powers and is now Alpha.  The man he is sleeping with is Davi and Salvador has claimed him while out of his mind with the shift.

I did like the overall story but there are lots of holes that some readers will not like.  Salvador at first acts like he knows nothing about the paranormal world, later he knows a lot.  Davi has been taught to be a certain way all his life and after Salvador changes that Davi has no problem adjusting and even being physical with others.  This I just don’t buy.  The fight scene was anticlimactic and a little over done.  I didn’t see a lot of depth to the characters either.  There are a lot of sex scenes.  A LOT.  Also a some people might not be happy with the claiming since it seemed more rape than consensual.

As I said I enjoyed the story.  It was sweet and cute, a real “comfort” read but as far as being a solid BOOK, I have to say it really fell short on the plot and development.



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I'm a plain Jane who longs to put her imagination to work. I'm not a writer but I like to read.

Posted on Thursday, November 21st, 2013, in Book Review, Contemporary, Fantasy, M/M Romance, Novella: 100-150 pages, TJ, Two Roses and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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