Today is the day A Tragic Heart is on sale for only $2.99 on Kindle! You can pick up a copy of the book before the release of the second novel to the series, RED.
You should hurry because the sale ends on September 28th at 12:00 am PST and will resume to its original price of $5.99.
Here's a quick synopsis of the novel and you can find the link to the novel below:
Sixteen year old high school student Taylor Caldwell has been through
the wringer of life. The love triangles, heartbreak, and stress of
being a teenager is all crashing down and it's slowly igniting a fire
that's bound to destroy her. It would take a miracle for her parents to
remember her existence and the same goes for the only guy she has eyes
for. But sometimes miracles happen...just not in the form that we want
them to. All she ever wanted was an option; a way out of her turmoil...a
reason to fight. She never thought that life would give her two.
With more options and decisions to make than ever before, Taylor is
left with her own conscience and personal journal entries to keep her on
track. Her older brother, who is also her only friend, is busy touring
with his band while Taylor is battling the confusing life of coming of
age. She finds solace in her boyfriend's closest cousin, causing
animosity to build a bridge between two boys who were once like
brothers. As if her life couldn't get any more interesting, more
chilling secrets and curve balls are thrown into the mix leaving Taylor
to make the ultimate choice...a choice that almost every teenager has
thought about at least once in their life.
If A Tragic Heart had to be described in one phrase it would be:
growing up is hard to do. You remember what it was like juggling
school, a significant other(s), and trying to find yourself before you
turned eighteen, don't you? Readers' responses prove that A Tragic Heart
is loved by many for different reasons. One of the several themes is
bound to tug on your heart's strings and take you back to a time where
things weren't so simple but realizing you made it through makes all of
the difference. Many people are blind to the struggles of teenagers and
those beginning early adulthood to the point that it is fatal. A Tragic
Heart can and will bring awareness to certain issues and give us all a
better understanding of why we should be grateful that we are still
Click here for A Tragic Heart