Tuesday 30 June 2015

**Blog Tour** Peace by Piece by S.J McGran

Title: Peace by Piece
Author: S.J McGran
Release Date: June 29, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance

There's an expiration date on every life. A ticking clock counting down the seconds until you no longer exist in this world.

Each tick of the clock is louder for me.

I don't have an eternity. I have one year. Just twelve short months.

If life promised an infinity he could have been my forever, and without a doubt I should have been his always.

“Been waiting for you, Genevieve. I know it. You were made for me.” He continues
assaulting my lips and neck with his kisses, pausing at the hollow of my throat
to whisper there, “You feel that? You feel the world tip on its axis when we’re
together? It’s earth-shattering. It’s like we can fix everything that’s wrong
in this world just by being together. Do you feel it, V?”
I let out a needy moan from the back of my throat. I want to feel it. I want his
words to be true. I want more than anything in this world for our relationship,
for his kisses to have healing powers.
Standing there in the middle of my tiny cabin, with the most
beautiful, amazing man holding me in his arms, with his lips driving my pulse
through the roof, I send up a silent prayer to every God that might be
listening to let his words be true.
Please, let him heal me. Let this pain, this suffering be worth something. Give me this man, please. Give him to me and I’ll never ask for anything again. I’ll be your greatest servant, your
best disciple. Just give me this man. Please.
He pulls back and I feel the loss of his touch immediately. “Come on, sweetness,
we need to get you washed up.” Grabbing my hand in his he pulls me through the
one room cabin to the small closed-off bathroom. Picking me up he sets me on
the vanity while he goes to the shower to test the water temperature. Once he’s
apparently satisfied, he turns back to me and takes my breath away with the strength of
his stare.
This wasn’t supposed to be our fate. He’s just a kid. He’s not supposed to fall in
love, yet. 
And, yet I know it is inevitable. I see it in the way he looks at me, the way he
touches me. It doesn’t make sense and yet there it is. I recognize it because
if I were to force my eyes off of him and look at myself in the mirror I’d see the same emotions reflected back at me.
This is the moment where I either push or jump.
I have no idea what to do.
“Don’t shut me out,” his words are whisper quiet but they bounce off the tiled walls
mockingly. “Don’t push me away, V. Don’t fight this.”
“I have to, Levi. I can’t let you fall in love with me.”

He steps up to me and once again nestles my face in his steady grasp. “You don’t
have a choice.” He absorbs whatever argument I was going to say with his kiss.
Expertly he pushes back my excuses, making me focus on nothing but the way he
makes me feel. He completely surrounds me and I get lost in him. Just like he wanted.

Tara's 5***** Review

"On the eve of my thirtieth birthday, I had it all. Or so I thought."

This was such a tough read. After the reading the synopsis, I struggled emotionally to find the will power to start Peace by Piece. What is a greater fear than losing the one you love?  

"I hope I never take his love for me for granted. I hope there is never a day in my life where the words I love you, falling from his lips no longer make me feel like I’m weightless."

Genevieve faces a terrifying fear...finding out she's ill, and falling in love. Being such a strong woman, I couldn't help but cheer V on. But at the same time, I found myself thinking about what I would have to do if I were in her position. Levi, well...he is a guardian angel. He takes risks and surprised me with his actions. SJ sets the setting of the story perfectly, and opened our eyes to a very real, and very scary real-life issue. 

"When she looked at me with those eyes I dream about and gave me a small, shy smile I should’ve known she’d knock me down."

I love SJ's writing. There is so much passion in the words she writes. In Peace by Piece, she choose to open us up to a very real scenario. It was so hard not to get wrapped up in the story. 

One day I woke up and realized there were people living inside of me. Their words were too potent to ignore. So, I started writing them. I started telling their stories. And, now I'm too addicted to stop.
When I'm not writing and talking to imaginary people I'm probably curled up on the couch with my husband, and one of our fur babies.
My other obsessions include reading smutty romance, the Detroit Tiger, ice cream, pizza, coffee, and craft beer.

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