Thursday, February 20, 2014


***Mature Audience Only 18+***
Allie Anderson has encountered more heartache than any one person deserves. She's lost her father to cancer, her brother to war, and the love of her life –Wyatt - took her most prized possession and vanished without a trace. She’s left crushed and heart-broken.
Blake, Allie's best friend, is everything she needs; he'd give her the moon if she asked for it, but there's one problem - he wants Allie entirely. How can Allie give herself to anyone when she's not sure there’s enough left of her heart to give away?
Allie's life begins to fall into place. Her heart begins to heal. Being happy is no longer a foreign emotion. That is until the man who broke her years ago returns, shattering her fragile heart all over again.
Allie soon discovers that hearts are like broken glass; you can put it back together again, but it will never be the same.

Review:  ~by Micaela

I give this book a 4/5 stars. There were a few parts that I didn't like about the book, but other than those really small things I really liked it. This book kept me interested throughout and I really wanted to see what would happen to Allie. I was not disappointed. I can't believe the GIANT cliffhanger at the end of the book!!!!!! AGGGGGHHHHH!!! I can't wait to read the next book!

I thought that Allie's emotions were very truthful and the emotions she felt for her brother felt real. I think that many people can relate to the pain that she feels in losing him. The rest of the characters were all interesting. Sophie was something else hahaha! The characters each had a lot of personality and I really liked that. I just really want to read the next book because the ending was so fast-paced and drama filled. It was so good! The love triangle needs to be solved and I hope it ends well for Allie.

Buy Links


After all of Allie’s loss, my thought was only on her and her happiness. On her love and need for her big brother. I was replaceable, Kyle wasn’t. I wouldn’t allow him to crush her heart with his death. I knew I had to follow him. I would throw myself on top of bombs, in front of bullets, whatever it took to get him home to her, alive. There are two sides to every story, and you’ve only heard one. Don’t be so quick to judge; I hate myself for what I’ve done. But all that I did, it was all for Allie.

Buy Link

 Meet J. Bailes
Born and raised in Nashville, TN. A mother of three, wife to one, and nursing student turned writer. Loves all things pink, glittery, and chocolate.

No comments:

Post a Comment