Thursday, June 20, 2013

Shattered Rose ***FREE eBook June 20th ONLY***

Shattered Rose (Winsor #1)
DESCRIPTION:                                             When obsession and love blend, and darkness consumes the mind and spirit, is it even possible to recognize the light?

Set in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, nineteen-year-old Avery Nichols embarks on a journey of love, loss and recognition that perfection is often an illusion. She gives all she has to the one man who cannot love her back, but still refuses let her go. Now another fights to give her everything she doesn’t believe she deserves.

It is the beginning of her sophomore year at Winsor University, and Avery is determined that nothing will stop her momentum, not even the internal battle she has fought for four years. Forced to live on campus because of her alumni scholarship, Avery is thrilled when she is placed in the coveted University Apartments and is swept away by her roommate’s cousin, Jake, whose charm and charisma touches every part of her soul and shatters every piece of her heart. Broken and lost, Avery meets Parker, a man who not only offers her hope, but also teaches her to love in ways she never thought possible.

Jake is complicated and damaged, fighting to find his way after the loss of his mother, and despite his every attempt to stop it, Avery gets behind his defenses and forces him to feel once again. He doesn’t want to love her, but can’t let her go. Parker is genuine, honest, and falls for Avery the moment he sees her. He wants nothing more than to love her, if she would only let him.
T.L.  Gray
AUTHOR BIO:                                                                                  T.L. Gray is a freelance writer who also serves as a pastor’s wife in Ennis, Texas. It was her desire to see young girls know and experience Christ’s unconditional love that led her to write her debut novel, Shattered Rose. She strongly believes that sometimes the greatest stories are told from the heart of those who have lived them. T.L. Gray is currently working on Shackled Lily, Book 2 in the Winsor Series which is set for release in July 2013.

Want to know more about the book?

Click HERE to see my review on Shattered Rose!

Who should read/not read it?

I would recommend this book to older teens/adults. Some reasons I say this are because their is: sex before marriage, underage drinking, partying, and an eating disorder in the book. It used the word "Hell" in the book as a swear word a few times which might also bother some people.

What other people thought!

“This is a very beautifully written story. But also a very strong emotionally charged book! This book is about conflict and struggle, making the right decisions, knowing and admitting you have a problem and when to ask to help and support. I felt like this book was taken right off a college campus. It felt very real to me. This book has it all – love and obsession, eating disorders, drinking problems, and family dysfunction. Someone else called this a romance book and I would not call it romance at all! I would call it a love story with lots of emotional conflict. It would be good for an older teen to read, maybe even an important book for them to read!”  – Wall to Wall Book Reviews
“This is a beautifully woven love story about a tragically broken character who becomes wonderfully redeemed by the only One who can give her what she needs, which is a sense of worth.  This book reached me in the deep places of my heart.  I loved it!”                        – Angie C.  Ennis, Texas
“Sometimes love can be like quicksand…the further you fall in, the harder it is to get out.   TL Gray’s debut novel, Shattered Rose, tells the story of a college girl that is intelligent and strong willed. From the moment I began reading, I couldn’t put it down.  It took me to a nostalgic place in my college years where senses are heightened and love is new.  It is beautifully written and kept me interested from beginning to end!”                                     – Sara S. New Orleans, LA




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