Tristan: Finding Hope (Nova #3.5) by Jessica Sorensen

This short novella is a prequel to Wreck Me, the fourth book in Jessica Sorensen’s Nova Series, which will center on Quinton’s cousin, Tristan. Even though Tristan has gotten clean, sobriety has proven to be a 24/7 battle. Tristan has always felt invisible and has struggled to find a purpose in life since getting clean. Lost with no direction, Tristan finds himself drawn back to drugs again and again. 

Quinton and Nova have tried to help by getting him involved in building houses with them for Habitat for Humanity, but even that can’t fill the void that Tristan feels. But then he meets Avery, and instantly he knows that there is something different about this girl. Behind her eyes and tattoos are a world of secrets that Tristan can’t help but want to unravel.

However, a confrontation with her past sends Avery running and leaves Tristan wondering if he will ever see her again.


Although this is a short novella, it does an amazing job of setting up the story line for Wreck Me. I always had a soft spot for Tristan and wanted him to find happiness after everything that he has been through. I was excited to learn that Jessica was going to continue the series and give him his own book, and based on this novella, it promises to be a good one. Both Tristan and Avery have issues that they need to overcome and I have a feeling that their book will be riddled with plenty of angst and passion. I can already tell that this one is going to give me a book hangover, and reading this novella has only made me more impatient for Wreck Me’s release, which is scheduled for October. This novella is currently free, so get it while you can!


Up next in the series...

Book #3: Wreck Me
Expected Release Date: October 2014

Once upon a time there was a girl named Avery Hensley who thought she’d found the guy—the one that she thought she was going to spend the rest of her life with. They got married young and had the most beautiful son in the world.

Life seemed perfect.

But not everything is what it seems.

Turned out the guy had another side to him, one Avery didn’t see coming. He wrecked her and broke her into a thousand pieces that she had to put back together again. She swore off guys from then on, vowing never to let anyone hurt her or her son again. She built a wall around herself and planned on never letting anyone through it again.

But then she meets Tristan Morganson. He wrecks Avery in a different way, the kind of way that makes her feel free again, the kind of way that makes her think not all guys are bad. But can Avery trust him enough to let her wall come crumbling down?

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