Piece Of My Heart
Fostering Love Series – Book 4
By Nicole Jacquelyn
From the author of Unbreak My Heart comes a heart-wrenching story about a young married couple’s struggle to find their way back to each other after an unbearable loss threatens to tear them apart. Nicole Jacquelyn delivers a novel that will break your heart…in all the best ways.
Alex Evans is cool. Collected. Charismatic as hell. But when he meets Sarai Levy, all that chill goes right out the door. An Israeli graduate student, Sarai’s far too busy with school to date. But she gives Alex a chance anyway, and after a few whirlwind months, they’re getting married. They’ve heard all the reasons why it’s too soon, but Alex and Sarai are madly in love and determined to make it work . . . until a devastating tragedy strikes and their perfect world comes crashing down.
Sarai, who always has a plan, suddenly has no blueprint for handling a staggering loss. As she pulls away from Alex and withdraws from her life, he’s struggling to be the man she needs. Their relationship is fraying at the seams, and if Alex and Sarai don’t find a way to trust each other with their most painful truths, their heartache could shatter their fairytale romance.
Piece Of My Heart by Nicole Jacquelyn is another emotional addition to the Fostering Love series.
Alex Evans has watched his siblings and cousins fall in love and build their own families. He’s beyond happy for them and hopes one day he will find that same kind of relationship. He never expected to be one that experiences love at first sight. He never expected to find a woman who completely charmed him while blatantly rejecting him. Sarai Levy has done both and now he wants to get to know her and become part of her life.
Sarai Levy is working on her masters degree. She’s working full time while trying to keep up with the demands in school. She’s on the home stretch of getting her degree with less than a year left when she meets Alex through their mutual friends. They are both playing wingmen for their friends and have no intentions of anything else except a nice dinner out. Alex is the prettiest man Sarai has met. To top it off he’s funny, charming, respectful, and intelligent. She can’t alter her rigid schedule for anything.
Their friendship progresses as both their friends take their relationship to the next level and move in together. They are thrown together in social situations. Sarai has reservations about her friend’s new fiancee and is getting bad vibes. She can’t understand how her friend and Alex don’t feel the same reservations.
Sarai finally agrees to another date with Alex after weeks of texting. What starts out as a casual dating quickly escalates into something more. Sarai finds herself heading home with Alex to Oregon for Thanksgiving with his family. What should of been a fun holiday weekend turns into a quick stop in Vegas on their way home to Missouri. Now they are officially man and wife. Now they can find the time in their busy schedules for each other and their intense love for one another.
Sarai’s family doesn’t take the elopement news well. Their friends relationship is falling apart and downright dangerous. Sarai’s reservations are coming to light. Alex is being supportive and respectful of her opinions even though he can’t see it. One night changes everything when their friends implode on their world. Sarai and Alex are losing much more than two friends, their own relationship will be put to the test.
Alex and Sarai will experience things most people can’t handle. They will have to depend on their love for one another to make it through these rough times. Can their love survive the storm?
Once again Nicole Jacquelyn delivered a beautiful, emotional love story that places importance on family as well as love. I have loved every book in the Fostering Love Series and highly recommend them all.
Piece Of My Heart can be read as a stand alone or in series order. This book is beyond excellent.
About Nicole Jacquelyn
Nicole Jacquelyn is the mom of two little girls and a full time college student. She hasn’t watched television in well over a year, she still does things that drive her mother crazy, and she loves to read. At eight years old, when asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, she told people she wanted to be a mom. When she was twelve her answer changed- to author. By the time she was eighteen, when people asked her what she wanted to do with her life, she told them she really wanted to be a writer- but the odds of that happening were so slim that she’d get her business degree “just to be safe”. Her dreams stayed constant. First she became a mom, then she went to college, and during her senior year- with one daughter in first grade and the other in preschool, she sat down and wrote a story.
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