“I’d wanted the fairy tale, and somewhere along the line I’d forgotten that everyone in a fairy tale paid a price.”
All Jessica ever wanted was a family.
When the unthinkable happens, Jessica finds herself adrift in a sea of grief. It’s going to take everything she has to pull her life together and fight for the life she wants.
Warning: Bondage, D/s, rape (not romanticized)
ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL! That is the best way I can describe the trilogy that makes up Jesse and Jessica’s story. In fact I can easily say, hands down, this trilogy is in my top 5 for 2018. Ms. Zurlo has totally outdone herself by writing a story that is so exciting, relevant and emotional that it will leave you breathless, teary eyed and over the moon as you follow along.
To say Jesse and Jessica’s lives were far from easy is such an understatement. From events in their pasts, their careers, to their life together, nothing came easy with these two (except their love for one another). They both knew how deeply they felt about one another, even at times they tried to push things away. I say all this because as we head into the final book of the trilogy, we know Jesse’s mission has turned deadly and Jessica and the SAFE team is struggling to move on.
I Don’t do spoilers, but I will say that the author has written a brilliant storyline that will have your emotions all over the place and having you praying for any type of happy ending. Shards of Love deals with grief, regrets, fear, loss, heartbreak and so much more. Much like Jesse and Jessica’s lives, the trilogy will take you on an amazing roller coaster ride that trust me when I say you Do Not want to miss out on. The set is worthy of so much more than just 5 stars, so I’ll simply say Kudos to Ms. Zurlo for a job well done and to my fellow readers I suggest you one click these books ASAP. You won’t be sorry you did.
I’m Michele Zurlo, author of the Doms of the FBI and the SAFE Security series and many other stories. I write contemporary and paranormal, BDSM and mainstream—whatever it takes to give my characters the happy endings they deserve.
I’m not half as interesting as my characters. My childhood dreams tended to stretch no further than the next book in my to-be-read pile, and I aspired to be a librarian so I could read all day. I ended up teaching middle school, so that fulfilled part of my dream. Some words of wisdom from an inspiring lady had me tapping out stories on my first laptop, so in the evenings, romantic tales flow from my fingertips.
I’m pretty impulsive when it comes to big decisions, especially when it’s something I’ve never done before. Writing is just one in a long line of impulsive decisions that turned out to showcase my great instincts. Find out more at www.michelezurloauthor.com or @MZurloAuthor.