Recovering by J Bennett


By J Bennett

  • Release Date: 2016-03-17
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
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A companion paranormal novella to Rising, Book Three in the Girl With Broken Wings series.

The mission may be arduous, dangerous, and thankless...but it sure beats staying at home!

Left behind to recuperate after nearly getting killed by his greatest enemy, Gabriel Fox feels abandoned and forgotten by his vigilante siblings. Drinking and smoking too much doesn't speed the healing process, but it helps pass the time.

When Gabe demands to get back into the field and start saving the day as only he can, a painful test proves that he isn't even close to full strength. Of course, when did Gabe ever follow the rules? To this gold-hearted jokester, falling down is just the thing you do before standing back up.

Gabe's mind is made up when he discovers that his sister, Maya's life is in jeopardy. Whether or not his family wants him back on the mission, Gabe is coming, and he's bringing along his irrepressible wit, his lucky hat, and his favorite sidekick, Sir Hopsalot.

Finally, readers get to see the world according to Gabe Fox -- all its harshness, beauty, and violence filtered through his wry perspective. This unique new adult novella runs in parallel with the first half of Rising, Book Three in the Girl With Broken Wings series. Readers who wanted...nay, needed to see what Gabe was doing while Maya and Tarren converged on Peoria, Illinois to fight a new angel threat, have now gotten their wish with Recovering.

Equal parts touching and hilarious, this novella proves that a strong heart can overcome any challenge. Making new friends along the way (whether they want to or not) Gabe will push his body to the limit in order to save the ones he loves. As Gabe would say, "I can rest the next time I die."

If you loved Rising, then you have to read Recovering

Warning: This novella contains strong language, violence, and sexual content.


  • Love this author, but not this book

    By Cv3567
    First 40 pages were exactly the same as in the novel Rising. It got more interesting after that, but I think I would have skipped it. It doesn't give a whole lot of insight into Gabe Fox, which was the intent of the novella.