Release Date: November 10, 2015
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.
But what builds quickly, often comes tumbling down. Piece by piece they find out how unpredictable young love can be. Can their love stand the test of time? Or will it be captured, only to be forgotten?
A roll of film sets their story in motion.
Each frame better than the last.
But the real test comes when their whirlwind romance forces Kinsley to protect their secret – especially if she wants a future. Only Kinsley isn’t sure she can do it – not if she’s going to be left behind In Pieces.
I don’t usually read Young Adult Romance but after reading the synopsis I couldn’t pass this one up. Rhett has wanted to be with Kinsley for years though threats from her brother has always kept him away. Now that her brother has gone off to college, he knows this may be his only chance. Life hasn’t been easy for Kinsley but she makes the best of it. When Rhett starts to show interest in her, she finds it hard to believe that he could actually want to be with someone like her. Gia Riley is an amazing writer and I absolutely loved this book! The chemistry between Rhett and Kinsley was palpable. I felt the story was developed really well and I was able to connect with the characters. I loved how Rhett and Kinsley continued to fight for each other as many obstacles are thrown their way. In Pieces is a sweet and heartfelt love story about family, trust and taking chances.
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About the Author
Gia Riley is a New Adult and Contemporary Romance author from the small but mighty state of Delaware. She’s a lover of all things romance – a firm believer that everyone deserves a happily ever after. She loves strawberry smoothies almost as much as she loves reality TV. When she’s not writing, you can find her roaming the aisles of Kirkland’s, up to her elbows in Play-doh, or trying to hunt down spoilers for Big Brother. Her newest addiction is a Starbucks iced mocha – they keep her up late, doing terrible things to her characters.