Monday, May 6, 2013

Book Blitz: Every Little Piece by Kate Ashton

We have another Book Blitz to share with everyone. This Blitz is for a contemporary YA entitled Every Little Piece by Kate Ashton. There's an excerpt and giveaway. This Blitz is hosted by Xpresso Book Tours. Enjoy!
Every Little Piece by Kate Ashton
Publication date: May, 2013
Genre: Mature YA Contemporary
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo

Secrets never stay in the past.

The night before high school graduation changes everything. Lies are told. Mistakes are made. Secrets tucked away. Lives are changed in the span of a few hours.

A year later, Haley is still reeling, numb with the constant ache of guilt. She's in a place she never expected to be: lost without her friends and Seth. Until he enters her life again, dredging up everything she's trying to forget. Everything about that night.

Seth returns to his hometown determined to share his truth, his side of the story. He desperately needs to make things right with Haley, even if it means losing her forever. Because the truth will ruin any chance of her ever loving him again.

Except neither of them are prepared for the shock of what really happened the night before graduation.


Haley’s pov

The door opens and a draft of cooler air rushes through as another flood of customers enter. I sigh, grab some menus and greet them with a smile.

Then I see him. My hearts hammers and I force air in and out of my chest. Time stops, like we said our goodbyes just a few days ago when really it’s been almost a year. He looks the same but different. Shadows haunt his face and the bright part of his blue eyes that used to light up my heart seem faded, like they need a good polish.

He steps closer. My heart hurts and a lump forms in my throat. Emotions I’ve locked away push at the edges.

“Hi, Hales.”

Two simple words and I almost come undone. I seem to have lost my ability to speak and move as I stand there taking him in. His black hair hangs a little over his ears and his eyes draw me in just like before. But there are little changes too. His face is pale. Tattoos swirl around the top of his arm. Truth invades and real life comes crashing in. My knees shake, and I sway a bit.

“Are you okay?” He holds out a hand to steady me.

I jerk away like I touched a live socket. I can’t go back. The memories are too strong. Sometimes no matter how much you love someone, the past is stronger, and mistakes make love impossible.

A girl with blonde hair flounces in with a bright sparkle to her eyes. She hooks her arm through Seth’s and gives me a suspicious look. “Who’s this?” she asks.

“An old friend,” Seth says without taking his eyes off me. I see forever in his eyes and it squeezes my chest.

I tear my gaze away from him and study her. Adoration simmers off of her. She loves him or is close to it. Jealousy floods my heart. The happy times they probably spent together in the past year, the smiles, the touches, the laughter. The kisses, gentle and sweet, that used to be mine. I want to grab a butter knife and cut the smile off her face.

About the author:
Author Links: Website | Goodreads | Twitter

Kate Ashton is the author of the contemporary YA, Every Little Piece. She writes about relationships and love, heartache and healing. And everything in between.

We are hosting a giveaway for one (1) ebook copy of Every Little Piece (Mobi or ePub format only). Open internationally. Our giveaway ends May 21, 2013.
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  1. Absolutely! It is hard not to! Thanks!

  2. Hmmm...hard question. I think people that have love, tarnish it, sometimes where it's irreparable. If people open their eyes and see what they have, cherish it, there'd be fewer divorces and fewer sceptics. I don't know. I guess so, in special cases where people know the value of what they have.

  3. I do. So far so good for my forever love and I - Ten years married this June.

  4. Yes, I do.
    I've been with the same man for 8 1/2 years myself.