‘Bent, Not Broken’ by Suki Sather


‘Bent, Not Broken’ is a novel that smells of sweet cinnamon. If you’ve read it, you know what I mean.

Delaney can’t tell what’s real and what’s just living inside her head. There are gaps in her days and people unknown to her keep popping into her mind. She thinks she is permanently broken.

Malik, on the other hand, wonders how many times he has to suffer the same painful separation, again and again. The question is who he really is.

‘Bent, Not Broken’ is based on an interesting concept and characters are well developed. The action starts on the first page and doesn’t let up till the last. Descriptions are wonderful and vivid. All that make this book highly recommended and Suki Sather an author I’d definitely like to read more from.



Delaney is an ordinary college student with good grades and a bright future in anthropology and a part-time job at the mall with her best friend for as long as she can remember. She loves music and is working to master Krav Magra. Her loving adoptive parents and three foster sisters are the center of her very routine, normal life.
Delaney also struggles with strange dreams and feeling lost and afraid, and though her Death Watcher is always right next to her, she has no clue he is there in the shadows protecting her, or the truths about her past that make it so important for her to be shielded in the stability and normalcy those who love her crusade to maintain around her.
The fight has only just begun in a war that has raged since the birth of humanity.
Can darkness conquer the light or will Delaney awaken and decide that ordinary is truly over rated?




Website: Sukisather.com

Author page: http://www.amazon.com/Suki-Sather/e/B015X6P1RC/

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