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Shattered by Keshia Bowling

A summer bucket list—it seems easy, right? At least, that’s what my best friend thought when she decided to force me off the couch and out into the real world. Some things are simple: learn to do makeup, eat spicy food. But some of the things on the list are only there to torture me: kiss a stranger, have a one-night stand, fall in love—yeah, right. This summer bucket list takes me on an adventure, an adventure that leads me right into the arms of a very sexy—but very annoying—man who pushes me to fulfill every single agonizing and embarrassing challenge on that list for his own sick amusement. He gets under my skin like nobody can, and I hate the effortless way he can control my body, making me want things that I repeatedly tell myself I need to avoid. If this summer bucket list doesn’t kill me, the heartbreak of losing the man I refuse to love surely will. If you love stories that have you ugly-crying on one page and then rolling in laughter on the next, join Jovi and River on a road trip of adventure, where they learn to overcome grief while putting their destiny in the hands of fate. Shattered will undoubtedly shatter you, but you’ll be pieced back together as you follow along on this incredible journey of loss, grief, and self discovery, learning that sometimes negative things can lead to beautiful places.
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