Delilah: The Making of Red (Nova #2.5) by Jessica Sorensen

Delilah Peirce is used to being invisible, to living in the shadow of her mother's magnetism. She wants nothing more than to be seen, to be desired, the way men desire her mother. When she meets Dylan Sanderson, for once in her life she feels seen and beautiful. But the path Dylan leads her down is not exactly what she thought it would be, and she finds herself losing pieces of herself, transforming into something different, along the way.

We first meet Delilah, a.k.a. Red, in Breaking Nova, and now we get a small glimpse into the events that led her down her current path of destruction. I really enjoyed this short story and feel like it went a long way in fleshing out Delilah's character.

I love the Nova series. It is painfully raw and dark, and the characters' stories stay with you even after you read the last page. Jessica Sorensen has an amazing talent for creating these beautifully broken characters that your heart bleeds for. I can only hope that this short story means that Delilah will get her own book in the future. I am dying to know what happens next and if she ever finds her happy ending.

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