Pieces of Love

Pieces of Love

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PJ Sharon By pjsharon Updated Apr 18, 2014

In this Contemporary YA Romance, sixteen year-old Alexis Hartman wants nothing more than to play her guitar and get high, hoping to escape the pain of losing her sister. But when her second arrest for pot possession causes her already fragile mother to break down, Lexi is sent to stay with her grandmother for the summer. While embarking on a Mediterranean cruise hardly sounds like punishment, being forced to face her demons and falling for a guy she may never see again gives Lexi a chance to grow up and discover what it means to love someone—even when you have to let them go.

PJ Sharon is the award winning author of contemporary young adult novels, including HEAVEN IS FOR HEROES, ON THIN ICE, and SAVAGE CINDERELLA, winner of the 2013 HOLT Medallion Award and the 2013 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award. She is excitedly working on The Chronicles of Lily Carmichael, a YA Dystopian trilogy. WANING MOON, Book One in the trilogy, was a finalist in both the 2013 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award, Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence, and a HOLT Medallion Award of Merit recipient. Book Two, Western Desert released in June of 2013. Watch for Book Three in fall of 2014.

Writing young adult fiction since 2006 and following her destiny to write romantic and hopeful stories for teens, PJ is a member of Romance Writers of America, CTRWA, and YARWA. She is mother to two grown sons and lives with her husband in the Berkshire Hills of Western MA.

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  • addiction
  • adult
  • alcohol
  • contemporary
  • cruise
  • drama
  • drug
  • family
  • mediterranean
  • teen
  • travel
  • young
MarianLanouette MarianLanouette Jul 26, 2014
I loved this book and the original musical score that accompanied it. P.J. Sharon does it again. A must read.