- Series: Saints of Denver (Book 3)
- Paperback: 368 pages
- Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (June 20, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062385984
- ISBN-13: 978-0062385987
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 320 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #969,756 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A real hero can fix anything . . .
Hudson Wheeler is a nice guy. Everyone knows it, including his fiancée who left him with a canceled wedding and a baby on the way. He’s tired of finishing last and is ready to start living in the moment with nights soaked in whiskey, fast cars, and even faster girls. He’s set to start living on the edge, but when he meets Poppy Cruz, her sad eyes, shining out of the most beautiful face he’s ever seen, hook him in right away.
Poppy can’t remember a time when she didn’t see strangers as the enemy. After a lifetime of being hurt by the men who swore to protect her, Poppy’s determined to keep herself safe by keeping everyone else at arm’s length. Wheeler’s sexy grin and rough hands from hours restoring classic cars shouldn’t captivate her, but every time she’s with him, she can’t help being pulled closer to him. Though she’s terrified to trust again, Poppy soon realizes it might hurt even more to shut Wheeler out—and the intense feelings pulsing through her are making it nearly impossible to resist him.
The only thing Poppy is sure of is that her heart is in need of some serious repair, and the more time she spends with Wheeler, the more she’s convinced he’s the only man with the tools to fix it.
About the Author
Jay Crownover is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men and Welcome to the Point series. Like her characters, she is a big fan of tattoos. She loves music and wishes she could be a rock star, but since she has no aptitude for singing or instrument playing, she’ll settle for writing stories with interesting characters that make the reader feel something. She lives in Colorado with her three dogs.
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Salvaged is the HEA for Wheeler and Poppy, who were introduced in the previous books and are easily the most adored secondary character. I’ve been waiting for their Happily Ever After because both are likeable and heartbreaking. Poppy’s back story is the most heartbreaking ever and reading her growth is aww inspiring. Wheeler is just the sweetest guy ever and deserves the best women out there. Poppy needs a man in her corner who will help fight the demons of her past. Together Poppy and Wheeler grow into being one of my favorite strong couple. I couldn’t put it down and was so disappointed to see it end because Savaged was just so good. Wheeler fought Poppy’s pains and demons while Poppy fought Wheeler’s. I would definitely be rereading Salvaged and recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It was a large and easy 5 stars for me!
Salvaged is Jay Crownover's best book in both the Saints of Denver and Marked Men Series. This novel will touch your soul and leave you with a great sense of hope.
When it comes to Hudson Wheeler most would think that old saying "nice guys finish last" was created just for him. I tend to think the old saying "good things come to those who wait" was created by him.
Readers were first introduced to Hudson Wheeler in Marked Men series. This quiet, sexy, unassuming mechanic has intrigued readers throughout the Marked Men series and the Saints of Denver series. He has earned the respect of all the men in the series. His earnest quiet nature has intrigued all the ladies throughout the series. He seems like the perfect guy except for his choices in women. His fiancee is another matter. It's blatantly obvious she's using him and cheating. It seems like he has turned a blind eye and lets her walk all over him. When he's finally had enough and learns that her betrayal is more than some wild escapades, he walks away with a broken heart. The problem is he doesn't really know how to move on. He's been with the same girl since he was in high school. Her family became the family he never had. They turned their backs on him when he broke the engagement. Now she's pregnant with his baby so he can never completely break his ties with her. His dream of having a family has changed and he doesn't know how to alter those dreams. He has no idea how to be a father because he never had a family. He doesn't know how to move on because he's only had one relationship in his life. He's going through the motions, trying to be a good guy where his ex is concerned but it's hard with the anger and sense of betrayal festering beneath the surface. The only thing getting him through it all is his work until he makes a very unlikely friend, another damaged soul like himself. Poppy Cruz showed up in his life with her reluctant offer of friendship and an adorable puppy.
Poppy Cruz ( also from the Marked Men & Saints of Denver series) has survived brutal domestic abuse. Every experience she has had with men has ended with verbal abuse and violent physical abuse. The scarring went beyond physical, it damaged her soul. She has a hard time trusting anyone and keeps everyone at arms length. She no longer trusts her own instincts even though she's surrounded by good, supportive people since she came to Denver. The only person that has made her feel like she might want to step out of her comfort zone is the quiet mechanic, Hudson Wheeler. She can sense that Hudson is a damaged soul as well. His quiet unassuming nature makes her feel safe rather than threatened. He respects her boundaries but also encourages her to expand them. He opens her eyes to all the good possibilities rather than reminding her of all the failures of the past. She wants to step out her comfort zone and strive to become normal. He's willing to hold her hand and let her set the pace. Together they are healing from all the wounds life has left on their souls. Life hasn't been easy for either one of them. Their souls have been wrecked but together their hearts are Salvaged.
Salvaged was an emotional journey for two very different but severely damaged people. They were brave enough to reach out and take each others hand while moving forward. It's a story of healing and finding hope. It's a story about accepting the good things life has to offer.
Poppy has always been hurt by the men in her life starting with her father, then her first boyfriend, and then the horrific abuse at the hands of her husband. Poppy has barely started to venture out into world again.
These two crossed paths in Riveted, and you could see something between them, but the timing wasn't right. Wheeler and Poppy are still not ready for relationship when this story starts. Poppy comes to Wheeler with an adorable pit bull puppy that needs a home. This arrangement of sharing the puppy leads to a growing connection between Poppy and Wheeler. The slow build up of the tension between the two is amazing. Wheeler is great about respecting all the Poppy's boundaries. Wheeler finds that his loyalty pays off when given to the right person. Poppy will learn to trust not only in Wheeler but also in herself.