Everyone has a plan.
Dr. Guy Hunter secures his dream fellowship with a beautiful free spirit by his side. Two unexpected blue lines don't even shake his resolve—he is on his way to having it all. Until he isn’t.
Abruption: a sudden breaking off
Jules Chiappetti loves her boisterous over-involved Italian family but is determined to pave her own way. An MBA and boardroom job is her ticket out. Until it isn’t.
Abruption: an unexpected event
Four years later, Guy is consumed by the challenges of being a single father, still struggling with the aftermath that derailed his life and left his son with special needs. He doesn't realize his world went dark the same day his wife's did, until Jules, his son's new nurse, shows him the light.
First let me state that I know when I pick up a Riley Mackenzie book I know that I am going to be in for a book that will not only keep me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end, but will pull at my emotions from one extreme to another and that these ladies will leave me thinking of their book for days after I’ve finished. Abruption was no exception. As I am trying to write this review I am having a hard time finding the right words that would do this book justice. So I apologize now if this review isn’t one of the best that I have written because I am honestly having a hard time finding the right words.
Abruption will have your emotions being pulled in every direction. I cried, hell let’s be honest here. I ugly cried like you wouldn’t believe. It could have been that I was just feeling overly emotional when I read this or a combination of the book and things going on in my life but this one really tore at my heart. Trust me I think you will as well more than once because this is a book that pulls at your heart and your emotions and will surround your heart and not want to let go. Jules and Guy’s journey isn’t smooth going, but emotional, filled with pain and heartbreak.
I almost wish I could say I loved this book and you need to read it right now as my review because all of those words I typed above just don’t do this book justice. So instead of just writing that as my review I will end it with that because this is one that everyone should have on their TBR lists and make sure you are ready to be totally absorbed into this story from beginning to end.
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About the AuthorsYep. That's an “s.” There are two of us! We’re East coast girls separated by Long Island Sound who met in Physician Assistant School and have been besties ever since. We can safely say that thirteen miles of water does not get in the way because we talk or text, no exaggeration, at least 150 times a day. No, really, we do—about everything and nothing. Shockingly, we never (we mean never) run out of things to say. Umm, ever. We definitely laugh A LOT and we’re a tad sarcastic. And if we’re being totally honest, one or two people might have, on occasion, used our names and ‘dramatic’ in the same sentence. But it’s hard to trust the sources since they married us. It only took twelve years, two husbands, five kids, two dogs, and a two-week vacation in Cape Cod later to decide the romance world needed a splash of medicine. Write what you know. So you can easily find us at 4 o'clock on Bank Street beach with a glass of cold Prosecco brainstorming. And guaranteed if we bump into you, literally, it’s only because our iPhones are glued to our hands (totally out of our control) either writing or editing our next novel (and yes, it is possible to do from your iPhone, we mastered it … damn those straight quotations). When we are not working on our book or reading the latest angsty romance on our kindles, you basically name it and we have it going on. Soccer, lacrosse, golf, swimming, dance, gymnastics, football, chess, baseball, basketball, skiing, ice skating, school, homework, and more school. Oh yeah, did we forget to mention our careers in medicine? Needless to say, we realized fast that something had to go, so we opted for sleep. It’s completely overrated (yet so AMAZING) and delirium makes everything funnier. Good thing we share a brain and can pretty much complete each other’s sentences (definitely weird, we know), otherwise it might have taken us two years to write Beautifully Awake rather than one. So that’s our story, who we are … just add AUTHORS to the list!