Release and Review of Shattered Amethyst (Broken Gems Book 4) by Jane Blythe @jblytheauthor @GiveMeBooksPR

 

Title: Shattered Amethyst
Series: Broken Gems #4
Author: Jane Blythe
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: August 3, 2020

 

Blurb
Betrayed. Sold. Tortured. Now she’s fighting to rebuild her life.
Amethyst Hatcher was supposed to die on her eighteenth birthday, against all the odds she survived, and now lives her life searching for her next adrenalin rush. When the firefighter is assigned to work with the cops, she finds herself completely unprepared for the sexual tension smoldering between her and Detective Zeb Tuck to develop into something more.
Zeb can’t deny the sizzling attraction between him and Amethyst, but he fights against it. He’s already lost so much and doesn’t want to get involved with someone who seems to have a death wish. When his newest case, hunting a sadistic fire-starting killer forces him and the sexy firefighter to work together, he’ll have to decide whether falling for Amethyst is worth the risk.

 

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Author Bio
Jane Blythe is a USA Today bestselling author of romantic suspense full of sexy heroes, strong heroines, and serial killers! When she’s not weaving hard to unravel mysteries she loves to read, bake, go to the beach, build snowmen, and watch Disney movies. She has two adorable Dalmatians, is obsessed with Christmas, owns 200+ teddy bears, and loves to travel!
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My Review:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5

These books leave me wanting more but also crushed. The subject of them is so hard and tragic, but they are done well, and the characters are great!

Amethyst Hatcher’s youth was tragic, but she has rebuilt her life and is now just moving through life. She thinks she’s living, but she is really just still surviving. She needs the rush of extreme sports to make her feel alive and when they start to feel dull and not giving her what she needs she finds something else that will give her that rush. When tragedy hits their town and Amethyst, as a fire fighter, has to deal with the aftermath of the fires that are being set she begins to realize, with the help of her sisters and Zeb, that her life is not what she thought it was. The devastation of the fires that are being set in the their town really hits Amethyst hard and when she is put in the position of working with her brother in-law and his partner to find the person setting the fires and causing all of the destruction, she sees a different side of her job and of her life.

Zeb Tuck knows about Amethyst’s past and her history. He finds her attractive but he’s afraid to ruin his partnership with Judah since he is also Amethyst’s brother in-law. He has his own rough history and the fires that are being set bring a lot of his past to the surface again. His whole family was taken from him at an early age and he has to rebuild his own life.

I really like these stories. Even with the hard topic of the plot and the tragedy that these characters go through, they are written so well, and the characters are great. I have liked all of the books so far and I think this one may be my favorite so far, because I love Amethyst and her strength. She puts on a great front for being tough and strong, but deep down she is just as vulnerable as her sisters were and now it’s their turn to show her that she can let the past be and live her life to the fullest and be happy. The characters are entertaining, strong, and able to move on in life with the right person beside them and helping them to find their true North in life. If you like stories with strong, beautiful women, the Broken Gem books are a great read. I give this story a 4-star review and would highly recommend them.

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