The creation of a book is much like having a child. You dream about it and how it will go long before the actual release. You have imagined how the day will go and want everyone to love your book. Today Falling Awake is released and TA Richards Neville has been waiting for this date. Her book is finally in your hands. You can read all about her characters and fall in love with Pria as she sets out to find her own life isn't what she thought it was....
Sixteen year old Pria Jensen thinks that she's living a normal and happy teenage life. That is, until she meets Caleb and discovers that her life hasn't happened yet.
When Pria finds herself at the center of an age old battle of myth and extreme power, she must put all her faith into the very person who seems to have the fewest answers- herself.
As Pria learns more about Caleb and where he really came from, she quickly learns to accept that reality is not what she thought it was.
And when Caleb vows to help keep Pria alive, she has no choice but to ignore the whispers of her heart and trust Caleb no matter what. Even if he has secrets of his own…
Book one in the Falling Awake Series
“I’m fallen,” Caleb said, looking into my eyes with what I could only describe as shame.
My dream sliced into the edge of my memory. Caleb’s wings turning from luminous to black, torn, and bleeding. Then the voice of a woman who took me to safety. The voice that only seemed to exist in my head. I could tell Caleb about that right now. Match his crazy story with one of my own that was just as absurd, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it. It felt too secretive, and I was still trying to figure out what was real and what was not. Whether I was in fact awake or asleep.
“Angels don’t exist.” I spoke quietly, with a growing suspicion that Caleb believed the things he was saying.
“When I told you people were looking for you, I actually meant fallen angels, and they’re not like humans. They are stronger and more powerful than anything you’ve seen in your life. They’ve got nothing to lose because they’ve already lost everything. They take what they want, however they want, and they won’t think twice about killing a little girl like you.”
I shook my head. He was trying to scare me. “No, I don’t believe in angels.”
“But you believe in me,” he said, matter-of-fact. “You know I wouldn’t lie to you, don’t you? You know I would do anything to keep you safe. You can’t explain it, but what I said is true; you trust me. You’ve always trusted me.”