|Stacey Marie Brown|
|Everyone has a story about a broken heart, but Jaymerson’s heart wasn’t just broken. It was completely shattered…
Along with her body and mind.
Jaymerson Holloway had it all—until one moment. One bad decision. A split second and her life was altered forever. Faced with unimaginable grief and guilt, while learning to simply walk again, Jaymerson realizes she will never be the same. Everyone wants her to get back to who she was before. But nothing of her old life feels real to her anymore.
The only one who understands what she is going through is someone who has always been cruel to her and someone she hated. The other survivor.
Hunter Harris is totally off-limits and full of secrets.
Though each blame the other, they are the only ones to help start to repair their shattered lives.
But as the undeniable pull between them intensifies, she starts to wonder if she will ever learn the secrets he’s been hiding—or if she even wants to.
|After getting to meet this author at a convention I was looking forward to finding a perfect book to start my reading journey. It seems I finally found it
when I came across “Shattered Love” the latest release by Stacey Marie Brown. The story of Hunter and Jaymerson is so deep and unexpected that I was left speechless after I finished this book. The writing is incredible and I am glad that I waited for the perfect blurb to start reading this author.
One bad decision and everything you thought you knew might change
Life as you know it is gone and no matter what other people tell you, or how they say they understand you. Only someone in the same situation, someone who was there when it happened … can understand.
Others remain on the outside, to them you will look normal and they will never understand what goes on inside your mind.
Nothing will ever be the same.
There is so much heartache and hurt, anger, regret, blame and sorrow it this book that it seems at times it would be enough for not one but two lifetimes, yet the characters never give up. Life bends them to the point where they should break yet somehow they survive. Their connection seems unexplainable and inappropriate at best, but some things might not be what they look like.
While this book does have an end – I learned that it is in fact a duet so there will be more of these incredible characters and honestly ? I cannot wait …