Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Love Undone: Excerpt and Review!!

Love Undone
By Diana Nixon
What would you do if all your memories were gone?
One day Kassie wakes up and realizes that her life is nothing but an endless emptiness…
One tragic incident takes away everything that she has ever cherished and loved: family, friends and all the best moments that she ever lived through. 
Now everything seems unknown, including a beautiful stranger,
whose mere look makes her heart beat faster. 
Who is that reckless and mysterious man? Is he just an old friend or an enemy? Sinking into the vortex of indescribable emotions, they will give in to the most irresistible temptation ever,
just to fall in love with each other, again and again...

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The hall of the emergency department was overcrowded. About five dozen people were taken to Lenox Hill Hospital after the explosion at one of the local cafes. The phones were ringing non-stop; reporters were everywhere, trying to take pictures and asking questions about the incident. It seemed as if the entire city was there, hoping to find out at least something about the tragedy that had happened an hour ago.
“What do we have here?” Dr. Robinson asked, running up to one of the gurneys.
“Caucasian, female, twenty-three years old,” one of the nurses said, holding the drop counter. “Head trauma, internal hemorrhaging; numerous shoulder and back injuries; at least two ribs are broken; has been unconscious for approximately thirty minutes.”
“Take her to surgery; now!” the doctor said.  “Make sure her blood pressure stays stable.”
Today was the kind of day when the world around you seemed to be going crazy. But there was no time for panic; the lives of so many people were at stake.
Dr. Robinson examined the injured woman on the gurney. This was his second shift in a row, but he didn't have time to think about taking a break.  He knew it wouldn’t be easy, but he hoped the woman's young age would help her live through the next couple of hours; it was important, considering the extent of her injuries.
Even with twenty years of experience under his belt, he was still nervous before every operation. It wasn’t that he doubted his ability to perform his job well; modern technology sometimes refused to cooperate with nature and fate. He witnessed death every day, but most of all, he hated it when young people died. After all, they had a whole eternity to live.
He took a deep breath, made the sign of the cross and entered the operating room.
“Ready?” he asked the nurses. They nodded wordlessly.
Dr. Robinson nodded to the anesthesiologist, who administered the dose of Sevoflurane that would keep the young woman unconscious for the surgery.  Then he put on the gloves and looked at the girl on the operating table. “It’s going to be okay, doll. You want to live, don’t you?”


(Above 18)
Love Undone is a book about second chances. You’re leading lady, Kassie, has memory loss after an explosion which has left many people injured. She comes to in a hospital with a deliciously good looking man at her bedside who knows all about her, too bad she has completely forgotten him. Slowly pieces of her memories come back revealing heart breaking details of things no one really wants to relive: the death of her brother, her relationship that fell apart, and a truth that forced her to try and leave everything behind days before her memory was taken. What happened to make her want to leave and what is Daniel, a man who could possibly be the love of her life, holding back from her? And, when everything is laid out before them will they be able to overcome it or will the pain be too much?

Daniel is everything any girl could dream in a bad boy turned honest man with more secrets than a senator I swear! And it was fate that seemed to give him the second chance to step back in Kassie’s life. (Diana Nixon being Fate of course.) Kassie is truly a woman rediscovering her life and her connections with the people in it, but don’t think she’s some weak little woman. It takes a heck of a lady to run a business, put up with Daniel (and match his appetite), and make the decisions she has had to make through her life. For better or for worse.

Life isn’t all fun and games and Diana doesn’t spare us any pain, nor twists in this breathtaking work. She has a way of writing that leaves the heart aching and the body wanting more. Once you get a taste for her characters you’ll be hooked.

Love Undone is emotional and uplifting all in one. It will have you smiling in one chapter and struggling to breath in the next. I know it sounds terrifying, but it’s worth it. To watch two people who belong together, fight, struggle, and love one another against all odds is wonderful. This is the kind of book you read again and again. It will stay with you, as it has stayed with me. And I can only hope that it inspires and moves all who have chosen to enjoy it. It you haven’t read it I suggest you pick up your copy today. You won’t be disappointed.

5 out of 5 stars!

About the author:
Diana Nixon is the author of fantasy and contemporary romances. She was born in Minsk, Belarus, where she currently lives. In 2008 she graduated from Belorussian state University. She has a Master of Law degree and speaks several foreign languages, including English, Polish, and Spanish.

To learn more about Diana Nixon or to buy her works:

Love Lines:
Ebook or Paperback
Songs of the wind:
Ebook or Paperback
From Scratch:
Ebook or Paperback
Diamond Sky:
Ebook or Paperback

The Souls of Rain (Heavens Trilogy 1)
Ebook or Paperback
The Prisoners of Dreams (Heavens Trilogy 1.5)
Ebook or Paperback
Hate at First Sight (A Contemporary Romance)
Ebook or Paperback

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