Shattered: (Inevitable #3)

Shattered: (Inevitable #3)

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by Janet Nissenson
     
 
The Ghost Angela Del Carlo has been living half a life, ever since he walked out on her, shattering her entire existence and leaving her to cope with picking up the fragments. Nothing seems to matter much anymore, and her life is a drab existence of work, run, repeat. She’s forgotten how to laugh, how to love, and even how to live. Most days she’s

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The Ghost Angela Del Carlo has been living half a life, ever since he walked out on her, shattering her entire existence and leaving her to cope with picking up the fragments. Nothing seems to matter much anymore, and her life is a drab existence of work, run, repeat. She’s forgotten how to laugh, how to love, and even how to live. Most days she’s little more than a ghost. The Devil Nick Manning’s life has been one lived without compromise, without rules, and without regrets. Except for his one weakness, his one regret – Angela. What he did to her still tugs at his conscience, still fills him with remorse, and continues to haunt his dreams. But he stays away, knowing that he can never be the man she needs or give her what she deserves. The Angel But when fate intervenes and Angela’s and Nick’s paths cross again, she’s determined not to surrender her soul to the devil ever again, while he’s desperate to have his angel back in his arms – even if it means changing the rules to get it done.

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ISBN-13:
9781483550565
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
05/01/2015
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
450
Sales rank:
381,576
File size:
1 MB

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Shattered: (Inevitable #3) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
xxBianca More than 1 year ago
Angela Del Carlo is merely living. She is a shadow of her former self. No longer the person she was at work and with her friends. She fell for hot, self-absorbed, womanizer, Nick Manning. Her love for him crushed her. Her sprit. Non-existent. She was left shattered after their arrangement was no longer working for him. You watch a beautiful woman become a shell of her former self. You feel for her. Yet you understand her pull towards to this man. His heart has walls but you could feel her penetrating those walls every time they were together.  We meet Angela in the previous books in this series. If you have not read them, this book can definitely be read as a standalone. We know that Angela was hurt. Badly. But we don’t understand the depth of her broken heart until her story. Their story.The author flawlessly moves between past and present as we are immersed in the lives of the characters where you watch a woman break and get put back together by the same person that shattered her into pieces.  Shattered is a love story about two flawed human beings. Two damaged souls. It is a REAL love story. A journey. For love is not rainbows and flowers. And this story effortlessly shows how even a devastating journey to love can be worth it. That our past may try to shape us, but with love, anything is possible. So why do you want to read a story about a woman’s broken heart and the man who did it? Because there is such TRUTH in this story. Angela and Nick? They’re people. And people are capable of mistakes. We mess up.  But broken people? They hurt. They mess up too. Sometimes more. How can you truly love someone when you never felt love yourself? But you can. And they did. Love saves. Shattered is a bit different than the other books in this series, but nonetheless it is brilliant and you may question your own thoughts and ideas of love. Love is not something in a pretty box, with a big pink bow. That is not Nick and Angela’s story. Their story has many layers. I love that the author never sugarcoated anything in their story. Their love is raw, genuine, intense, and overwhelming.  As usual, the writing of this story is flawless in it’s delivery. Effortless in the way the author allows you to fall for her imperfect characters. While the author herself mentions that this is not like the others in the series, I commend her from being different. It shows her versatility in writing a story. She understands that love and romance is not one dimensional. If only author authors considered that in their writing. Shattered is darker, yet more emotional, but still sexy as her other reads. If you have never read anything by this author you are missing out. I look forward to the next book in this series. 
Charmaine5555 More than 1 year ago
This was another beautifully written book in this series, a darker story than the previous books by this author but every bit as well written with incredible attention to detail and character development.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Shattered by Janet Nissenson is a contemporary love story that makes a compelling read with its many twists and turns. Angela Del Carlo leads a non-existent life after her break up. She is shattered and is trying to cope with the pain and start life again. Nick Manning is a ruthless person who has no regrets in life and he has no rules when it comes to living. The only thing that bothers him is what he did to Angela - that is his one regret. Though she haunts him, he knows he is not the man for her and that makes him stay away from her. But then fate has other plans for them, and when they meet again will the sparks fly again or will they stay away from each other? The story will catch the attention of readers with its plot and characters. The other characters in the story complement the main characters and plot beautifully. The main characters - Nick and Angela - and their personalities are well sketched and the story is developed well, without a boring moment. Like any other love story, the romance and love are palpable and readers can identify with many situations in the book. The nonchalant attitude of Nick Manning and his softening towards Angela makes him endearing. It's an enjoyable read and has all the ingredients of a good love story. Readers will have their moments of suspense and angst, along with Nick and Angela, as the story progresses. A love story that is well paced and interesting.