Piece of My Heart
(Fostering Love #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.
5 Fostering Love Stars on Goodreads
This is the last book in the Fostering Love series by Nicole Jacquelyn and it had me hooked from the very first page. Sarai Levy has always known what she’s wanted. She has everything planned, nothing will stop her from reaching her goal. Not even a handsome blind date or so she thinks. Alex Evans walks into her life and all her organised plans go out the window.
“I wasn’t that guy. I didn’t see apretty face and clam up. I didn’t stumble over my words or make an a** of myself. I was cool. Collected. Charming as f***. Women loved me.”
I loved the connection between these characters, I also loved that Alex’s story finish off this series. It was such a lovely read, full of hurt, sadness, love and hope, a great finish to the Fostering Love Series. I so love this family, the characters, their tight bond. Overall, a great heartwarming story and I certainly recommend reading it.
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