Wednesday, October 23, 2013

*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨`*Shattered and Shaken Blog Tour*.✫*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨`*

18+ Mature Audience Only

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.

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.


By Nikki Marie Clark
Shattered and Shaken by J. Bailes 

Allie doesn't just go through one thing that rattles her world. She goes through three. 

1. She lost her father to cancer

2. She lost her brother in a war

3. Her boyfriend took her most prized possession and leaves her heartbroken and having to deal with all the things that she'd gone through in life alone. 

Well, not entirely alone, she's got her best friend. Blake becomes the person that she depends on and goes to when she needs to get things off her chest. With Blake's help Allie is able to allow her heart to heal from all that she's gone through and become happy again.

Blake and Allie stay happy together even though Blake doesn't just want to be Allie's friend, she wants to be Allie's best friend, he wants Allie to be his. He wants to be the one who holds her and keeps her heart from getting broken again. does. 

J. Bailes does a spectacular job at showing the process of going through a broken heart not only from a horrible breakup as well as the pain of losing not one but two people who are close to you. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes romance and reading about a story of mending a broken heart not once, but twice. 

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