by Danielle James


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Ash had promised himself into servitude to a demon when he was only a child. He spent his life killing for the demon and he was good at his job. It was the only way to ensure the safety of his sister. When a brush with death brings Dr. Elizabeth Rone into his life, things change. The demon wants her dead and for Ash, that's a deal breaker.
He never killed an innocent soul. Not only was she innocent, but she made him feel things he had thought he was incapable of.
With a demon hell bent on her demise, will Ash be her savior, or will she be the one saving him?

WARNING: This book contains graphic violence, sex, and explicit language. It also contains specific references to Heaven, Hell, angels, demons, and God Himself, (and not necessarily what is considered true and accepted). Some of the content may be considered offensive to some readers.
This is an introductory novella to the Keepers of Hell Series and does contain a cliffhanger.

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ISBN-13: 9781507725955
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2015
Pages: 188
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.40(d)

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Savior 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BOOKFLIRTS More than 1 year ago
I was so excited for Danielle James to spread her talent and come out with a new series. This is a series you do not want to miss. Savior is just a sample of the epic $h*t that is to come! You are pulled right into the story and given a picture of the life Ash has chosen for himself. This is not a fluffy paranormal read, but there are some very sentimental moments that will tug on your heart as well as moments that will send a cold chill down your spine. Ash is a man of few words but you will still find yourself drawn to his loyalty and love for his sister, as well as the inner turmoil of what he feels he deserves and what he feels he doesn't. As much as I wanted to reach in and hug him there was a side of me that was cautious and not quite sure. It was if I was guarding my own heart while reading. But when Dr. Elizabeth Rone comes into the picture you are filled with such hope for Ash to finally have a piece of life that he thought was impossible; love. But the Demon who owns his soul will have nothing get in his way... Love is a distraction he can't afford. I was on the edge of my seat as the plot thickened and everything was revealed, setting you up for the next book. I CAN'T WAIT! 5 *WINK* READ Book Flirts by Jessi
Year-in-Books More than 1 year ago
Great Start to New Series! Danielle James has an amazing ability. She is able to draw her readers in to a story so quickly and make us (or at least me) fall in love with the characters in just a few pages. This is a rare talent in authors these days. There have been books I’ve picked up and chapters later still don’t have an emotional attachment to any of the characters. Less than ten pages into Savior – Book 1 in The Keepers of Hell – I was right beside Ash ready to follow him wherever he went. As a child, Ash gave his life to a demon in order to save his little sister’s life. Now plenty of years later, he’s become a proficient killer – taking out demons that escape from hell or cause problems. He’s resigned himself to this life until a brush with death sets him on a new path. Ash finds himself drawn to Dr. Elizabeth Rone. Her feisty, yet caring attitude brings a light into the dark world in which Ash resides. But when the demon he serves wants her dead, can Ash bring himself to take the innocent soul? James’ Keepers of Hell takes readers on a crash course in a new take on heaven, hell, demons, angels and even God. I’ll be the first to admit that the images of heaven and hell I grew up with were vastly different than those offered in Savior, but not so different that I couldn’t find myself believing in the world James created. That’s the beauty of authors like Danielle James – they are able to take the long held beliefs of their readers and gently guide them into a new format – a new way of seeing – that does no disrespect to original beliefs, just opens up an entirely new world of possibilities. Fans of James’ Forbidden Love series will catch little nods to that world from within Savior. It’s not part of that series per se, but comes across more as a spin-off/continuation of a story line. It’s 100% a standalone beginning to the new series, but if you’re familiar with her other works, longtime fans won’t be disappointed.