REVIEW: In Pieces

REVIEW: In Pieces

Read a review by Gia Riley's In Pieces.

This book is an emotional rollercoaster. High School is hard enough, caught in the transition between childhood and adulthood. Poor Kinsley has anything and everything thrown at her. Just when she starts to find her footing life throws something new her way. So, like we often do when we are in crisis, Kinsley is waiting for her life to start.

Kinsley’s safe haven is her relationship with Rehett. Even though they are really young, they deal with some pretty serious adult situations and make it through to the other side. Their story is a testament of hope through struggle that most adult relationships could not endure. 

Riley’s writing style is so smooth and fluid, it pulls you into the story. You’ll be emotionally invested in the characters right away, and the hours pass before you even know it.  

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NEW RELEASE: In Pieces

NEW RELEASE: In Pieces

Rhett Taylor has a reputation to live up to. He’s the small town hero everyone expects to lead the team to victory. But looks can be deceiving, and the pressure unbearable – even after he confides in Kinsley West.

She may not have been the obvious choice to others, but he chose her anyway. Thanks to her newfound popularity, Kinsley’s no longer living in the shadow of her older brother. For once, she has an identity of her own.

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