Angel of Redemption

You know the story: boy meets girl, boy’s an ass, girl hates boy (but secretly thinks he’s smokin’ hot). In the end, boy and girl find their happily ever after together. Right?

Not really.

In her debut novel, Angel of Redemption, author J.A. Little brings layer upon layer of originality into a seemingly cookie-cutter premise. She turns what could be a storybook love-hate romance into a complicated tale of forgiveness, lust, and relationships, and proves that family (blood or otherwise) can soothe even the ugliest of scars.

With a captivating cast of characters and tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, Angel of Redemption is the perfect way to break out of typical-romance boredom.

So grab a copy today and let the saga begin!

Seasoned social worker Kayla Brooks has dealt with her fair share of difficult situations, but nothing could have prepared her for the likes of Dean Wyatt, head of Wyatt House Group Home for Boys. When a case unexpectedly brings Kayla to his door in the middle of the night, sparks fly. With a piercing gaze and heavily inked skin, Dean looks like a walking wet dream.

Until he turns out to be an asshole.

Dean Wyatt has always kept those around him at arm’s length. Secrets lurk beneath his tattoos—a traumatic past known to very few.

Forced to work together in order to help two vulnerable boys, Kayla slowly penetrates Dean’s tough exterior. Along the way the two discover something they’ve each been missing—but only time will tell if they can overcome the painful past that’s kept anyone from bringing true happiness into Dean’s world.

This book contains adult situations and sexual content. For mature audiences only.

 Read a first chapter excerpt.


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About the Author:

 J.A. Little grew up knowing she wanted to be a writer. Since the age of eight she’s been creating stories and poems, most of them with a dark twist. But then life happened, and writing took a back seat.

After getting her degrees in mental health and social work, she kind of stumbled back into writing and has fallen in love again. She still likes to focus on the gritty aspects of human nature but adds the softer sides to offer a nice balance.

Other than writing, her time is devoted to her husband and children.

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