I'm planning on doing this throw back thing with my books. I have quite a bit of books under my belt and some of them get looked over since they're older so I want to shine a light on them.
The first book I want to shine a light on this week is dear to my heart. I absolutely love this story. I go back and read it often. It's a bit on the sad side but it has a wonderfully happy ending. It's about losing someone and learning how to survive the heartbreak and depression that follow. It's about family and finding love. When I first started writing this book screamed to be written and I honestly believe that there is a large part of me in this story.
Anyway, if you haven't given a read I hope you'll take a moment to check it out.
If you're on Booksprout it's on there if you'd like to read it for free in exchange for a review. (There are only 7 copies to request left.) Just click on this link to check it out there. https://booksprout.co/arc/3710/losing-levi
To purchase follow the links below.
She had it all, popularity, great friends, and the boyfriend that every girl wanted.
Everything was perfect until her parents split up. Life as she knew it comes crashing down around her when Eden's father leaves her and her mother for another family and another life, one that he had made while still with her and her mother.
Eden's friends turn their backs on her and the boyfriend she thought she could count on leaves her all alone.
Feeling lost and without hope, Eden spirals into a deep depression.
There’s only one who can save her, Levi Mackey.
As an outsider himself they quickly form a friendship that they both come to rely on.
Their strong bond quickly transforms into love, but when an unexpected tragedy splits them apart will Eden be able to survive? How will she go on without him, she doesn't have a clue.
Eden fights her inner darkness as she mourns her loss, and with the help of her family and a few unexpected friends, she will overcome it all.
She finds real love again, but not before she finds herself.
And only then can she help those around her.
Eden, the truly invisible butterfly, will emerge the most beautiful butterfly of all while leaving her pain and sadness behind.
“When you have those moments, just think of me, call or text me when you feel weak. I will always be there for you. Nothing about this will be easy; life is hard. We just feel it more than most because our souls have been broken and are raw.” – Logan.
Amazon Link - Losing Levi
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Raven K. Asher