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Graceful Ashes by [Stewart, Savannah]
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Zoey Fisher dedicated her entire life to dancing in hopes that one day it would pay off with a full ride to the school of her dreams. When luck grants her that wish she’s faced with leaving the only family she has behind to build a life of her own in a city hundreds of miles away.

Soon after the sheltered young girl begins to step into a World that is the Polar opposite of her own. Drugs, sex, and deceit paint her once colorful self black with no hope of turning back.

Will Zoey be granted a second chance to show her worth? Or will the boy that owns her heart permanently drag her down the rabbit hole?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1031 KB
  • Print Length: 273 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #406,285 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It has been a while since I read a Savannah Stewart book, and Graceful Ashes was a great book to get back to her with.

You know that saying "if you love someone set them free, if they come back it was meant to be."

That could pretty much be Zoey and Hendrix's story.

Zoey has been quite sheltered, and her life revolves around dance.

Hendrix is the bad boy, surrounded by darkness that piques her interest and turns her world upside down.

Their story is definitely not all hearts and flowers.

While I was cheering for Zoey for finally stepping out of her comfort zone, for finding new friends and tackling new experiences, I just wanted to slap some sense into her. She fell so far down the rabbit hole I had to wonder if she would ever come back.

Decisions made by both Zoey and Hendrix, while at times questionable, were also understandable. Such hurt in their pasts was always going to affect them, and it was a journey to find out if/how they would come through the other side.

While at times my heart broke for our lovelies, it was also filled with hope that they would find what they needed to move forward.

Ms Stewart drew me into the whirlwind that was Zoey and Hendrix's life and I just couldn't stop reading until I knew what happened. The story flowed well, I was invested in the characters, and just had to know what happened next.

I look forward to seeing what Ms Stewart brings us next.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) (May include reviews from Early Reviewer Rewards Program) 4.4 out of 5 stars 23 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brava Savannah!!! 25 March 2016
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I LOVED this book. Having said that I have been waiting for over a year for said book. I LOVED the first book, "Graceful Scars" and started nagging and bugging the author for a sequel immediately after reading the first one. She was uncertain at the time but the book screamed sequel so I just kept pushing. When she announced she was going to write a book including some of the characters I have to admit I was happy but cautious. How dare she tamper with my guy and gal from book one! She was going to push the new story much further into the future. I adored the characters from the first book and wanted them to have additional family and I wanted, and wanted, and continued to want. Ms. Stewart did her fans proud with this book and more. She gave us our guy and gal from the first book BUT, even though they were present throughout the book, she made sure that another character was now taking center stage. I never give spoilers when I review a book and won't start now. I now agree with Ms. Stewart (as if I have any opinion as a non-author) that pushing the story forward in time added a much needed element to this book. She was able to add twists and turns that would not have been possible if she would have kept the story in its original time period. This story had it all and at the end I was a sobbing mess. She did not compromise what "she" knew she had to do with our gal. Our guy/guys OMG. I was all over the map at points during this book. Her characters were well developed and the story had me in emotional, happy, sad, sometimes all at once. We also, yet again, have a side character who needs HER OWN SEQUEL. I'll just get that tidbit out of the way as a tiny preemptive strike. Please. Especially as I still have questions. I will spill those to the author. Trust me on can easily read this book as a stand-alone BUT you will really enjoy the first book along with this one. Ms. Stewart is one of those authors who is very responsive to her fans without compromising the fictional folks who live in her head. She should be extremely proud of herself and this work. I am not always the most easy reader to please in sequels. Would I have loved to have a longer epilogue...yes...but that is such a little picky point among a work of beauty. Brava Savannah!!! denise bailey
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing sequel to Graceful scars!! Highly recommended!! 24 March 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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Savannah Stewart has done it again!! Graceful ashes was a great read! Hendrix's and Zoey's story was one I think a lot of people can relate to! In life there are so many temptations and sometimes we fall off track but if you have the right one beside you, you can over come anything and will still end up right where you were supposed to be! God puts the people we need in our lives! Sometimes it's so we can help them and sometimes it's so they can help us! Read this book! You won't be disappointed! Love love love!! 💜
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 12 May 2017
By Emma Cecil - Published on
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Savannah definitely did not disappoint!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars About the choices that you have to make in this stage of life. 17 March 2016
By M. Addison - Published on
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My Rating: 4

While the characters are interesting and diverse in this book, they are also extremely flawed. Zoey, while being a very good girl and career focused was raised basically by her brother and completely sheltered in overprotected from the realities of life. Talon raised her almost like a daughter after they lost their parents in a tragic housefire many years before.

While hesitant to do so, Talon & his wife allow Zoe to move to New York on her own and attend Julliard to advance her career in dance. At the beginning of the book she is starting her second year of classes and is already facing some challenges in making friends in dealing with teachers.

Very early on, we meet Hendrix. You can tell almost right away that he and Zoey we will meet again... The attraction in the connection between them is extremely noticeable. He's a bit of a bad boy and probably not the best friend or boyfriend that Zoey should have right now. He is a very bad influence on her. And he's not the only person she meets that becomes a bad influence on her. She begins to change the course of her life and her goals in New York. From there the story just gets deeper and more genuine to real life and the choices that you have to make in this stage of life. I think that Zoey learned a lot about herself in this book and it was an interesting journey to read and follow.

The only part that I didn't really like was the author's personal style. The book reads like a conversation, and while I don't mind curse words... it was strange to see them so often in parts of the book that aren't even dialogue. It's the mc's thoughts, and it's kind of a turn off for me. I just didn't really like it. It felt like one huge monologue.

While reading the book that comes before this one isn't absolutely necessary I would definitely suggest it just so that you have the history of Zoe's life and her brother Talon and his wife. Very interesting take on love.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, poignant, and unexpected! 17 March 2016
By B from Prisoners of Print - Published on
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4.5 Stars - Graceful Ashes steps outside of Savannah Stewart’s normal realm of heart wrenching romance and dabbles in the darkness, delivering a story that is powerful and completely unexpected. After meeting Zoey as the vibrant, sweet little girl in Graceful Scars, I was curious to see how Savannah planned on developing this character. She certainly did not disappoint, writing a driven, complicated, and deeply conflicted woman with big dreams and an even bigger heart. Zoey’s life has been carefully regimented, focused entirely on becoming a professional dancer, until Hendrix comes along thrusting Zoey into a world of chaos and life-altering consequences. As these opposite personalities collide, Savannah Stewart utilizes their stark contrast to develop an instant connection and a sizzling chemistry. A truly enigmatic couple, Hendrix and Zoey brought out the worst and the best in one another resulting in an unforgettable journey.

The growth we see in Zoey over the course of this novel was absolutely stunning. I never could have predicted the path of this character’s personal journey nor could I have prepared myself for the emotional impact of her story. I loved the risks that Savannah took with this character and her story, unafraid to explore the seedy, broken side of love and life. As Zoey is forced to rewrite her dreams, Savannah Stewart allows her readers to experience the never-ending hurricane of emotions right alongside this character. My heart ached and soared, breaking and being put back together repeatedly over the course of this story. Hendrix added an entirely different emotional component to this novel. With him I lived in extremes: outrageous anger towards his selfish and destructive behavior and absolute adoration for the unwavering love he felt for Zoey and the future he was determined to carve out for them. Between the whiplash from Hendrix’s highs and lows and Zoey’s heartbreaking vulnerability, Savannah Stewart has left me reeling.

Graceful Ashes takes on the new adult genre from a different angle, allowing the reader to experience a gritty, raw, and unpolished path of self-discovery and the consequences we face in finding out who we really are. Not only did Savannah Stewart knock me off my feet with her daring storyline and unconventional characters, but she also left me absolutely breathless with the strength and hope she infused throughout this novel. Graceful Ashes is well paced, occasionally jumping forward in the timeline to maintain the fluidity of the storytelling and keep the readers engaged in Zoey and Hendrix’s journey. Savannah Stewart’s writing continues to grow, taking on an easy and casual style that allowed me to relate effortlessly to her words. Savannah paints a brilliant picture of life, love, and learning to forgive that definitely stuck with me.

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