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The Beauty of Fragile Things

The Beauty of Fragile Things

by Emma Hartley

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Overview

Margot DeWitt had it all—a gorgeous home, a lucrative career, and the love of her sweet, handsome husband, a renowned heart surgeon. When everything she's taken for granted as a solid foundation in her life is destroyed in a single instant, Margot comes undone. Nearly a year later, although her physical wounds have healed, Margot's heart is still broken. She is a ghost, mired in grief, questioning the purpose of her life.
Chase Goodwin owns the tattoo shop next door to the bar Margot has begun to frequent. After their volatile introduction, Chase and Margot embark on a tenuous working relationship. Intuitively, Chase understands Margot's fragility, for he's experienced a devastating loss of his own. As their relationship deepens, Margot slowly begins to reclaim her identity as a creative, strong, resilient woman.
When Margot is ultimately confronted by the full extent of her loss, something she has subconsciously buried in order to protect her own sanity, she faces her hardest test yet. Can Margot honor her lost loved ones by embracing her own survival or will her heart remain paralyzed, bound to her past?


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162459460
Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
Publication date: 07/20/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 682 KB

About the Author

Emma Hartley is an author and artist living in picturesque Maine. She has been writing and making art since childhood and has been insatiably curious and industrious her whole life. Emma was a double major in English and Fine Arts and holds a Masters in Art and Design Education. This devotion to art is apparent in her in her novels, manifesting itself in the work her characters enjoy. Emma’s other interests include playing drums in an indie rock band, gardening, and exploring every square inch of the Maine coastline. Her published works include Mend These Broken Stars (2019), The Annealing of Aliza Bennett (2018), and The Nature of Entangled Hearts (2017).

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