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Fragment by [Wade, Ellie]
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What happens when something so terrible tears you apart from the inside out?

You become a fragment of yourself.

On the right path to achieving her hopes and dreams, Campbell Stevens has always been a model student. The first time she lets loose during her senior year of high school, she loses everything.

Living in a nightmare after surviving the most traumatic event, Campbell learns to be content by walking through life single and unattached, free of the uncertainty that relationships bring. She isn’t looking for love. In fact, she goes out of her way to avoid it—that is, until she runs into Deacon Montgomery, a kind and handsome Chicago firefighter. She denies her instant attraction to him, only making him more persistent in his pursuit of her. Despite her desire to be with Deacon, Campbell is too damaged to share herself with anyone else.

Life left Campbell shattered. Can Deacon help put the fragments back together? Or will she forever be broken?

***This novel is intended for adults/18+ due to mature content.***

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3477 KB
  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150062943X
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MT52EGC
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #114,193 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I was given this book for free by the author in exchange for a review. I had no idea what this book was about and was going solely on having read two previous books by the author (A Beautiful Kind Of Love & A Forever Kind Of Love) which I adored and binge read in 8 hours. I am pleased to say 'Fragment' was no different. I couldn't put it down and loved every word on every page. It is the story of Campbell who is trying her best to deal with an extremely traumatic event and Deacon who is trying his best to break down her walls and teach her that she's worth loving and that life needs to be experienced rather than just going through the motions. I felt like I was right there with the characters throughout the entire book; from Campbell's night of terror to her meeting with Deacon to her reluctance to let him in to her life. I was devastated for Cam and just wanted to give her a big hug right throughout the book. Once again the author has created a beautiful, romantic (oh the romance) story that has you invested in both the main characters as well as the supporting characters. I would love to read more of Campbell & Deacon's story as well as spin offs featuring the other characters.
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The very last page of this book sums up so perfectly what at least 50 percent of us feel today about our lives. We've all made choices when we were young. How those choices affected us, good or bad or maybe a little of both, helped shape the person we are now. What we hold on to in our hearts is what will dictate what direction our lives will take or have taken. The thing to remember is that we can change that direction every day. We can make our own way using the events and people in our lives now to create our happily ever after. In Fragmented, the author reminded me to be grateful for the experiences I had and have in my life, good and bad. Life is an amazing place to live and love and learn and grow.
I LOVED Campbell and Deacon's love story. In some ways it mirrored my own in the fact that
my Love stuck with me too. Stayed by my side even when I pushed everyone away, He Stayed.
Just like Deacon, he pulled my fragmented pieces back together.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I absolutely LOVED this book!!!! 19 August 2014
By Candy Miller - Published on
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Before I begin my review, this needs to be said: This book needs a trigger warning. Cam is raped at the beginning of the book and it's not glossed over. It's described in detail. While I applaud Ellie Wade for being brave enough to go into something as horrible as this, as a reader, a warning is needed.

One more thing. As much as I wanted to take a cupcake away for the ripping of my name in the book, I've decided to be the bigger person and let it go. But I'm sick and tired of my name being the go-to joke for authors everywhere. Not every Candy is a stripper, a bimbo or a whore. Let it go already.

Having said all that, my review. I loved this book. Seriously loved it. Deacon Montgomery is my new book boyfriend. Mine, all mine. I love him passionately. This is apparently the summer of the firefighter, because my other much loved book boyfriend is Blaise Richards (Tempting Tatum by Kaylee Ryan) and of course he is a firefighter as well. There's something so heroic about the profession and lord almightly are these men hot! Love Deacon. Love him.

And then there's Cam. My heart absolutely broke when she was raped so horribly. She was definitely fractured. Perfect title for this book. It was heartbreaking the way she completely turned herself off from life. She was surviving, but not living. Deacon changed that and in a big way. So freaking wonderful. Mine, mine, mine! I loved every single moment of this book. Even when Cam broke up with Deacon, it was with a purpose. She needed that time apart to realize that she loved him. I wanted to shake her, but it was necessary. Absolute perfection.
4.0 out of 5 stars There is always friendship, hope, and love. There is never a broken one. 19 September 2014
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This was the story of Deacon's tenacity and persistence of Campbell, a young woman who experienced a traumatic event in the first chapter of the book that closes her off to anyone. She felt she was broken, but Deacon was a helper or fixer. He wanted so desperately to show Campbell that she was worthy of friendship, love, and hope. Campbell was fearful and scared and fought his intentions throughout most of the book. The story was told in alternating POVs of the two protagonists. This method helped this reader to understand better Campbell's struggles and appreciate more Deacon's romantic and helping desires. It was a great read because Campbell finally realized she needed help and became a better person as she learned to trust and love Deacon. Be warned, the first chapter will gut you as Campbell describes her unfathomable event that scars her for life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This was another great story by Ellie Wade 22 September 2014
By Amy M C - Published on
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This was another great story by Ellie Wade, with another hot guy I couldn't get enough of. I loved Deacon from the start, (I know, what's not to love about a sexy Chicago Fire Fighter) but his commitment to Cam was so touching. Even when she kept pushing him away, he didn't falter. He was just what she needed to glue herself back together. While I've never gone through anything like Cam did, I definitely have had my share of self doubt. I found myself easily relating to Cam. What Deacon does to help her through it all is amazing. How he ended up supporting her was a beautiful thing to see (and read). We all need a Deacon in our life.
4.0 out of 5 stars "She's like an enigma that was put in my path for me to discover" 3 May 2015
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I saw this book when it popped upon my Facebook page. Campbell Stevens had her whole life in front of her when she decides to take spring break in Mexico her senior year with her friend Lexi. You know the friend everyone else seems puzzled as to why you are such good friends with? That is Lexi she is the promiscuous, party girl and it is no surprise when the one night they go out together in Mexico that Lex immediately latches onto a guy and leaves Cam at the bar alone. What happens next is just awful and you are there with her as she suffers through what has to be the worst experience a woman can face.

Five years has passed and we see the new Cam in survival mode. Deacon Montgomery is a fireman, a hot fireman, and runs into Cam at a coffee shop. The encounter goes wrong from the start without even a word Cam glares at D and is so scared she bolts from the coffee shop. D is puzzled by her reaction but intrigued at the same time. Then fate steps in and the two are brought together when D's group of friends celebrate Boss's birthday. Speaking of this group they are such a fun loving bunch that are more like brothers to one another then mere friends or co workers. Cam is a bartender at the bar they decide to hit and her friend Lex has blown into town for a visit and is hanging out with Cam's new roommate Claire and fiancé Ben.

Claire is a great friend and the two share this crazy bond that includes an ugly chair named Ralph. The story does not dwell on depression but instead it focuses on how life can change us and make us forget who we really are. D is the kind of man we should all have in our life. He is warm, patient, loving and strong. He brings to Cam insecurity because she can not control herself with him. Control is the keyword that can be used to describe Cam. She is detached and cold but with D she feels and that becomes her problem. You get to hear what both characters are thinking, which I loved.

********************Beginning of Spoilers********************

The problems I had was it was unclear what part the other two guys played in Cam's rape. They are described as watchers but the morning after it as though they participated. Cam tells D that the guy in question jerked off up her back but she tells Lexi something different. I just wish the story would have been consistent and the later insinuation seemed more realistic to me than the first. The other problem was the second half of the book shows us Cam healing and it was beautiful so do not misunderstand me here but I would have liked some more excitement. I wish we would have saw her attacker brought to justice but true to life so many woman who are violated never get justice but fortunately for Cam she gets something even better. Closure.

**************End of Spoilers********************

D brings the romance home to the book between his well written sentiments and words as follows. " If this is you messed up, then I want all the mess you can give me. I want you, Cam, just the way you are." It is well written and there are several love scenes, that may become tedious for some but for me they changed as her trust in D grew. Enjoy!
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Book 19 August 2014
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Campbell Stevens is a bright, intelligent young woman who is driven to make something out of her life. She has just left for a Spring break trip to Mexico, with her friend Lexie. She is full of life and excitement about her future. One night changes everything for Campbell, crushes her and changes her forever.

Without giving the story away, what happens to Campbell is heartbreaking and I was torn reading it, but I was so drawn into the story that I had to know how does a young woman come through such a tragedy. The Author does a great job of showing you Cam before the event happened and Cam after, it's as if you are reading about two different people and I was very moved by that.

Cam has become good at hiding her feelings and emotions, she has built so many walls around herself that no one can get in. The only person that has gotten in has been her roommate Claire, I loved Claire you can really see how much she cares for Cam and how she wants happiness for her friend. Lexi also comes in and out of Cam's life but honestly there were times I hated Lexi, she is selfish, but is also struggling with demons of her own.

One day when Cam is going about her life the way she does everyday, numb to everything around her especially love someone comes into her life that turns everything she thinks she knows about life upside down. Deacon Montgomery a firefighter who see's something in Cam that no one else does. She tries to be ugly to Deacon cutting him off at every turn but she's finding it more difficult everyday. Deacon believes that Cam is the woman for him, his future, but Cam is afraid to let him know about her past.

Fragment is emotional, tender, and passionate. You will love all of the characters in this book and feel a connection to them.

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