Reviving Kendall (White Trash Trilogy #1)
Growing up, I've always lived on the wrong side of the tracks. I'm used to the stares, name calling, and disrespect. A tragic accident that leaves me short three of the only people I've ever loved, has me devastated enough to try to end my own life. Just when I think there's no hope, I find a reason to live again, or four of them as a matter of fact. Lucas, Maverick, Teagan, and Goose. But what happens when those bonds are tested? I'm not so sure that I'm strong enough to take yet another blow to the heart. My name is Kendall Davis and what if my story doesn't have a happy ending?
*This is the first book in a Contemporary Reverse Harem Trilogy.
*Recommended 17+ due to mature language and situations.
EARLY PRAISE FOR REVIVING KENDALL
"From page one, I was invested in this story about a broken girl and the four guys who help her heal." Autumn Reed, author of the Risking It and Stardust Series.
"It's really good. Talk about making me want to cry! I love all the guys and Kendall." Mary Martel, author of The Dollhouse and Ariel Kimber Series
"This book will have you hooked from page one. Pulling at your heart and hoping right along with Kendall that second chances at love really do happen. Get your tissues ready for this rollercoaster ride."Victoria, Goodreads Reviewer
"Slaven beautifully writes pain, heartache, and the struggle to move on. There are highs, lows, laughter and tears for the characters as relationships develop and are tested. I absolutely recommend this book to any fan of reverse harem...I am eagerly awaiting the follow up to see what awaits Kendall and her guys in this next phase." Meagan, Goodreads Reviewer
"One of the most captivatingly emotional Contemporary Reverse Harem reads I have ever read...The writing is heart-wrenching yet beautiful, the character development is organic. You find your self rooting for Kendall and her men the whole way through. The perfect read for those interested in Reverse Harem. Hand's down one of my top favorites this year so far. Can't wait for the next one!" Shelbi, Goodreads Reviewer
From the Author
The rain steadily falls around us as we stand under the little canopy area. His hand is still at my elbow and I want nothing more than to lean into him. My eyes fall to my bus as it pulls away from the curb. Tears pool in my eyes and streak down my face at the thought of my now miserable walk home.
Lucas uses his other hand to pull my chin up to face him. His eyes roam over my face like he’s trying to figure out how to fix the white trash ruin that I am, but he has no idea just how impossible that would be. People are staring, and I couldn’t give two shits as Lucas locks eyes with me. His flicks down to my lips and back up again.
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