The Book Tart Episode 50 Review of Nicola Haken’s Saving Amy

Review of Saving Amy

I really loved Saving Amy by Nicola Haken. It’s angsty, beautiful, painful, raw and hopeful story of second chances and love.

(((hugs))) Kat
The Queen of Tarts

PS. Nicola visited The Book Tart and I extended her giveaway to overlap a bit with my LATE review! Click HERE to see our fun chat and enter her excellent giveaway till Oct. 1st.

Saving AmySaving Amy

Release date: June 26th 2013 |
Publisher: CreateSpace |
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Nicola Haken (Author)
Format: eBook and Print

 

Eighteen year old Amy’s surname may be Hope, but her life contains anything but. She drinks, she sleeps around, she cuts… anything to help her escape the agonising existence growing up between her mother’s drunken wails and her father’s fists. But nothing works. There is no escape. And Amy wants out…

Enter Richard Lewis – the doctor responsible for saving Amy’s life after her drink and drug-fuelled suicide attempt. Thanks to his own hidden demons, Richard is drawn to Amy and her situation, and despite the incessant warnings from both his own mind and his jealous ex-lover Joanna, he feels compelled to help her.

But how will Amy feel when she discovers Richard’s attachment to her is born out of his own guilt? He was her last resort – her last chance at being saved. Can anybody save Amy, or has she finally reached the end of a very long, torturous road?

(Not recommended for younger readers due to language, scenes of self-harm and sexual content)

Buy this ebook from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble |

Buy this Print book from: Amazon

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Nicola HakenMore Nicola

I live in Rochdale, England with my wonderful family. I have two novels under my belt (Inevitable and Saving Amy) and have just finished writing Take My Hand – book 1 in a 3 part series – which will be released in October.

When I’m not playing with my imaginary friends I can usually be found looking after my four adorable (sometimes!) children (five if you include the dog, six if you include the hubby!) or studying towards my English Literature degree.

All in all I’m just an ordinary mum with an addiction to reading about hot book guys, writing about hot book guys and Pepsi Max!

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