What happens when you lose everyone that promised they would always be there for you? How can you protect the few pieces of your shattered heart that remain?
Olivia Adler is a woman with a troubled past. After losing her parents at the young age of six and being raised by an uncle who she lost years later, she refuses to get attached to anyone, including friends. For the past decade, she has been able to remain unattached to any man, too worried about losing someone to get too close. Until Alexander Burnham walks into her life one night and changes everything. But he has issues of his own. And he’s keeping a secret that could change everything. Will Olivia let Alexander in enough for him to get close and protect her from a force threatening her very existence, or will she push him away, scared of letting Alexander in, in order to protect her heart?
A Beautiful Mess is the first installment of a three part series sure to captivate the heart with a story of secrets, courage, and love.
This book was definitely a great read for anymore. You will love Alexander very much because he never gave up searching for Olivia since he knew in his heart that she was out there. He is the sweat and intense man that anyone will fall in love with. He sometime feel guilty because he feels like he let Olivia down, which he did not. I really did not feel connected to Olivia because she always run from her problems instead of facing them face on. Always afraid to be close to anyone especially to Alexander, but Alexander push through. They love each other so much that nothing can tear them apart. Alexander will always hold Olivia no matter the nightmares she has. There are a lot of people who wants to go after them that you will not wait to read the next book coming up.
T. K. Leigh, otherwise known as Tracy Leigh Kellam, is a producer / attorney by trade. Born and raised in New England, she now lives in Southern California with her husband, dog and three cats, all of which she has rescued (including the husband). When she’s not planted in front of her computer, writing away, she can be found running and training for her next marathon (of which she’s run over 15 fulls and too many halfs to count), or trying to convince her husband that it’s time to give yoga another try. Unlike Olivia, the main character from her debut novel, "A Beautiful Mess," she has yet to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
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