Spotlight and Giveaway – Shattered by Tracy Wolff

To celebrate the return of our power, and thanks to the ever awesome Sue at Random House, I am giving away three digital copies of Tracy Wolff’s Shattered!

Gimme a cheer for reliable power, which I don’t have where I live!  All of my big Friday night plans were completely disrupted by the outage.  While I don’t mind postponing the vacuuming and the dusting, I am extremely resentful that I wasn’t able to get a jump on next week’s blog posts.  My laptop’s battery was on the last bar, and without the router operational, it didn’t make much sense trying to get anything posted, anyway.  So, Dean and I had an unplanned sushi dinner (it’s hard to cook without power, right?), where we loaded up on fish while my phone and Kindle charged in my car.  The evening wasn’t a total waste; I was able to spend quality time with Dean, stuff myself with curry rice and raw fish, and I was able to read for a couple hours.  The lack of lights and water (we have a well, so no power = no water) didn’t bother the dogs one little bit, so I need to take a clue from them and not let the little things upset me.

And now! Here’s the giveaway!

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tracy Wolff’s edgy, emotional Extreme Risk series continues with the story of a lost soul and the fearless beauty who inspires him to take a flying leap back into life.

Ash Lewis has poured every last ounce of his blood, sweat, and tears into reaching the very top of the professional snowboarding world—until the unthinkable happens. After the biggest competition win of his career, Ash’s mother and father are killed in a tragic accident. Unable to handle the idea of going back out on the snow to pursue the dream his parents shared with him, Ash feels that he has no choice but to walk away from snowboarding forever. Then he meets Tansy Hampton.
Wild, fun, and impulsive, Tansy has a different look and a new passion every week. As a cancer survivor who spent the past several years waiting to die, Tansy has a fresh perspective on life—even if she doesn’t have a clue about what she actually wants to do with it. But she’s determined to find out, and that means making the most of her time while she still can.
From the very beginning, their chemistry is intense. But while Ash can’t stop chasing the ghosts of what can never be, Tansy stays firmly focused on the possibilities the world holds for her—and for them. She’s already picked up the pieces of one shattered life. Now she’s determined to help Ash do the same.

About the author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tracy Wolff lives in Texas and teaches writing at her local community college. She is married and the mother of three young sons

Here’s the trailer for the first book in the series, Shredded

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9 thoughts on “Spotlight and Giveaway – Shattered by Tracy Wolff

  • May 11, 2014 at 2:16 am

    This does sound fantastic.

  • May 11, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Bleh. Up until last year when the power company did a bunch of work in our area we had power outages all the time too. The wind blew and the power went out. It snowed and the power went out. It got too hot and the power went out. A mouse farted and the power went out. But as frustrating as those times were I began to think of them as something out there in the universe reminding me to unplug and slow down. Since all that work happened we’ve had one very brief power outage and a couple of flickers during storms and though I never thought I’d say this I sometimes miss those outages. Nice post Tracy!

  • May 12, 2014 at 11:08 am

    @Rhianna – When we first moved out here, all it took was a hard wind to knock our power out, too! DTE has made some improvements, but it still goes out way too often. As long as it’s not freezing out, I have learned to deal with the situation. Thanks for stopping by!

  • May 12, 2014 at 10:47 pm

    Nice trailer

  • May 12, 2014 at 11:10 pm

    The last time our power went out for almost 24 hours I was lucky my kindle was fully charged. I was able to read a lot and it also acted as a flashlight. LOL

    I like angsty books, so this one sounds perfect for me.

  • May 13, 2014 at 5:41 am

    @Marcy – I use mine as a flashlight, too! The iPad works great for that as well 🙂 Good luck in the giveaway!

  • May 18, 2014 at 2:31 am

    We had a miserable time last summer when we had a tropical storm come through and power was out for three days. Ninety degree temps in hundred percent humidity sucks. My only saving grace was the pool, kindle and chocolate, lol.

  • May 18, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    @Stephanie F- UGH! The only thing worse than having no power in the winter is having no power when it’s 100 degrees out. At least you have a great excuse to go see a movie! Thanks for stopping by!

  • May 18, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    Our power is constantly going out in the summer! It drives me absolutely crazy! I have flashlights everywhere and a ton of booklights so I don’t go stir crazy.

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