“Pieces of Olivia is touching, witty, endearing, complicated and full of all the things a reader wants in a great New Adult read.”*
Olivia Warren used to be a normal girl with a bright future. But on one fated night, everything changed.
Hiding the scars of her past up her sleeves, Olivia transfers her enrollment from Columbia University to The College of Charleston, determined to pursue her own dreams for the first time in her life.
She intends to allow herself a bit of alone time to heal… that is, until she meets Preston.
Preston is best friends with her roommate, completely hot, and off-limits. But the chemistry between them is instantaneous—and as the pair begins to spend more time with one another, their feelings for each other build into something undeniable, something powerful enough to heal Olivia’s deepest scars.
Olivia tries to put her own past behind her and trust Preston, but she discovers that his past might be more present than she ever bargained for…
”Olivia and Preston are going to tug on readers’ heartstrings in all the best ways.”—*Jay Crownover, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Pieces of Olivia is both heartbreaking and hopeful, with the perfect amount of angst and sexiness. A must read!”—Monica Murphy, New York Times Bestselling Author
“This book is a perfect example of why I continue to come back to the New Adult genre. It has complex characters and a story that wouldn’t allow me to put the book down until I finished.” – Fiction Fare
“Pick this book up for a deeply emotional read.”—Night Owl Romance (Top Pick)
“If you want to be floored by a book and become so involved in the story that the outside world melts away; read Pieces of Olivia. It is one emotional disaster and I loved it with all of my broken heart. So read it.”—Bookraptured
Melissa West lives in a suburb of Atlanta, GA with her husband and daughters. She holds a B.A. in Communication Studies and a M.S. in Graphic Communication, both from Clemson University.
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Published by InterMix Jul 15, 2014| 256 Pages| ISBN 9780698165762