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Review Opportunity: Fractured by Elizabeth Stacey

Elizabeth Stacey
(The Broken Series #1)
Publication date: October 4th 2014
Genres: Adult, Contemporary

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There are no superheroes to come save the day, no knight in shining armor. No, it’s just me living in this nightmare that will never end. No one will even notice I am gone. The only family I have is stuck here in this dark place with me and I refuse to let her future repeat my past. So it’s up to me now, I am the only one that can change her fate.
McKenna Brooks believed the past was behind her, until the day she woke up to find that she and her only friend have been kidnapped, and fighting to survive.
Dalton “The Detonator” Taylor is living the dream. His MMA title fight is just around the corner and life is good. That is until he finds out that his sister has gone missing and his life is turned upside down. Will Dalton be able to find her before it’s too late? And what will happen when he finds out his sister is not alone? Will he be able to make the sacrifices to save them both?
Can the deep connection of two people that never really knew each other save them both or will they be fractured beyond repair?

**This is not a love story, this is the tragedy that brought two people together.



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Word count: 69K / Heat level: Medium
Content warnings: Violence and sexually sensitive subjects. This is a dark story, the tragedy before the romance. Deals with sex slaves, kidnapping and strong violence.

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