{Official Cover/Trailer Reveal} PIECES by Michelle Davidson Argyle




I always love it when Michelle Davidson Argyle stops by A Backwards Story, so I was thrilled to take part in today's web-wide cover/trailer review for PIECES, a companion novel to THE BREAKAWAY. They don't need to be read in order, so it's OKAY if you haven't read the first book (though you do get added depth if you have)!
 
Stop back on Friday for my blog tour stop as I review Michelle's latest release, BONDED. It came out this past Thursday and is a fairy tale anthology. Oh yah!

Are you ready for this cover? 
 
I really like the way the first book looked vulnerable and the new one looks pensive.  It really fits!
 
 
PIECES
by Michelle Davidson Argyle

 
and the trailer:
 
 

 
SUMMARY:

The first book, which PIECES is
a companion to!

Two years after watching her kidnappers go to prison, Naomi Jensen is still in love with one of them. Jesse will be released in a few years, and Naomi knows college is the perfect distraction while she waits. But when her new friend Finn makes her question what is right and what is wrong, she begins to wonder if Jesse is the one for her … until she discovers he's out on parole. Naomi must sort through her confusion to figure out where love and freedom truly lie—in Finn, who has no connections to her past, or Jesse, who has just asked her to run away with him.

PIECES is a companion to THE BREAKAWAY and can be read independently, if desired.


THE BREAKAWAY SUMMARY:

When Naomi Jensen is kidnapped, it takes her parents two days to realize she's missing. Escape isn't high on her list of priorities when all she has to return to is an abusive boyfriend and parents who never paid much attention to her. For the first time in her life she's part of a family-even if it is a family of criminals. But she's still a captive. In a desperate attempt to regain some control in her life, Naomi embarks on a dangerous plan to make one of her kidnappers think she's falling in love with him. The plan works too well, and when faced with the chance to escape, Naomi isn't sure she wants to take it.

 
 
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Comments

  1. I've seen The Breakaway a few times on Amazon but never picked it up or paid much attention to it. It actually sounds interesting!

    I really like the cover to the sequel. There's always something about a girl sitting on an empty railroad track that doesn't make it seem like a dangerous place to be but an ideal place to think.

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