Pretty Little Pieces

Georgina Havoc and her boyfriend Lance Broussard are taking the home improvement world by storm; however, after receiving news that upends their relationship, Georgina’s career is jeopardised when Lance asks for a break. Nevertheless, the show must go on, even if that means venturing the path alone. With one chance to prove herself to the network, Georgina leaves Nashville for Tarragon, a small town she spent the summer in when she was younger, to create a tv show that will prove why she’s the best for the job. Unfortunately, no adventure comes without its challenges, and Georgina faces plenty along the way — endless delays, her twin sister’s unexpected appearance, and an electrifying connection with Cassidy, a rugged ex-sniper she can’t seem to stay away from. Will Georgina restore her life to what it was or embrace a new design?

Cassidy Stokes is searching for purpose. Desperate to be part of something that matters, he accepts a job offer that will once again put him on the frontline; however, after colliding with the new girl in town, Cassidy’s future is about to take a detour. Is his decision to leave Tarragon the right one, or will his whirlwind romance with Georgina be the spark to show him a better way?

Pretty Little Pieces is a tribute for anyone looking for hope after sorrow, faith after disappointment, and love after heartbreak. When it seems like everything is falling apart, sometimes it takes being pushed out of the box for things to come together. While I wasn’t swooning over Georgina and Cassidy’s romance, I enjoyed watching their growth and how the Lord revealed Himself throughout the novel. With a relatable narrative, strong character arcs, and a come-to-faith message, Carmen Schober’s storytelling will captivate readers until the last page!

*Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher, for providing me with a pre-release copy of this novel. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own*

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My Rating
Positive Content
Swearing
Sexual Content
Violence
 Ages: 14+

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