by Jezebel Jorge
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Shattered by Jezebel Jorge

Fifteen year old Amalie is an outcast brainiac with a psycho witchy bitch of a mom and no magickal powers to call her own until a chain of events turn her world upside down.

She gets her first kiss.

Her mom runs off with a pro wrestler.

Amalie is raped.

Stella decides to come out and play.

Someone turns up pregnant.

In order to survive Amalie becomes Shattered.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014062671
Publisher: Witch Lit Chick
Publication date: 01/27/2012
Series: Ring Dreams YA , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 810 KB

About the Author

Jezebel Jorge is a practicing witch, medium, and a Reiki 2 light worker. She likes to have her genre described as Witch Lit - Sizzle and spice and some things Not so Nice.

Unlike most authors, the Voices running amok inside her head are sometimes spirits reaching out to tell their stories from the other side. Ghosts like to embellish just as the living, but there is usually a bit of truth entwined within her fictional stories.

Jezebel uses over twenty years of being around the inner workings of the wrestling business to make the pro wrestlers in her Ring Dreams series jump right off the page and into the squared circle. She takes you behind the curtain, immersing her readers in an industry where the truth is often stranger than fiction.

She lives in Nashville, TN with a spoiled rotten Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees mix named Harry Potter and a very vocal Spirit Guide with an affinity for snakes.

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Shattered 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
KayFabe More than 1 year ago
This story is both heartbreaking and uplifting. Amalie is a character you'll never forget.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished Shattered and if you're into Ellen Hopkins books then this is a must read. It feels like you're right there with Amalie as she faces new struggles every day that no teenager should ever have to. It's a quick read and an eye opener into the difficulties many teens face today. I definitely recommend it for any reader.