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Unsevered by [Sanders, Traci]
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Length: 136 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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"Five stars have never made me feel like this. Where are my Kleenex?" Allaina Daniels

A gripping story of love found, lost, and rediscovered in a magical way.

Jewel has met the man of her dreams … the one person with whom she’s meant to spend eternity. Harley is charming, charismatic, and although he can’t carry a tune in a bucket, he’s the most gorgeous man she has ever laid eyes upon—especially in his U.S. Air Force uniform.

Just days after the couple returns from their honeymoon, Harley is called to active duty in the Middle East. Jewel is heartbroken but determined to adapt to her new life as a military spouse and support her husband. Her plan is short-lived when Harley is killed in action just days after his deployment.

Unable to cope, Jewel withdraws from her family, friends, and the world around her, until Harley visits her with a message from the beyond.

Will Jewel surrender to the dark side to be with her true love, or will she discover that sometimes people are put in our paths for reasons beyond our understanding?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 840 KB
  • Print Length: 136 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Purple Rose Publishing (31 August 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014FWLMQ4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Severed if emotional... had me in tears a number of times. 12 March 2017
By Carolee - Published on
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I bought this book several months ago and didn't start reading until today. The trust is, I wasn't to keen on the cover, and bypassed it a few times.
When I started reading I was dismayed that it was first person, but the feeling was only fleeting as the author immediately pulled me in. I did not feel that I was reading first person present (hate books written like that).

I had to stop reading to wipe my eyes when she asked the voice of her dead husband why he left, he promised to be with her forever and then she said 'we're unsevered'. That got me right in the stomach.

I was a blubbering mess for most of the book. I like the writer's easy style. I like the unusual way she told the story as well. I will not do spoilers, but this book was worth my time and I recommend it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Overcoming grief and preserving love 21 September 2015
By Anita Kovacevic - Published on
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This is the second book I read by Traci Sanders, and I must admit this is what drew me to it - the interesting title, a most romantic cover (I am not one to read much romance, but sometimes we all need it), and the hint of paranormal. But the book surprised me. It is far from your typical romance.

The author tells the story in the first person, which allows the telling to flow in an even, nostalgic style, much like a diary or a personal confession. The opening passage sets a sad and melancholic, almost poetic, tone and grabs the reader's attention. The author paints a lovely picture of a couple in love, the insatiable passion of the early stages of their relationship, the buds of an understanding marriage, all cut short too soon when he dies in action, leaving his young wife an army widow.

The paranormal aspect of the story is unusual for a romance book, although my mind couldn't help but wander to the movie Ghost, and smile with melancholy. Grief at the loss of a partner must be very difficult to handle, and we all handle grief in different ways. The author delivers the romantic part of the story as past memories (nicely done through sounds, photos and scents), and the grieving and living is told in the present. The melancholy and sadness show in every line -- such as 'Tonight I feel alone, even surrounded by my closest friends and family.'

As tragedy occurs early on in the story, the true hook and challenge lie in you wondering 'so what happens next'. This is where you realize this is not actually a typical romance, and the paranormal element will not guide you into an eerie horror-like direction, but blends into the story as naturally as the pain. The romantic and family moments are written stronger than the paranormal and erotic, but the author lovingly brings her heroine full circle in life, offering hope and consolation to readers. I have to admit, although romance is not my favourite go-to genre, the story lured me in. I will avoid any spoilers, but let me just say the end of chapter 4 is a real cliffhanger.

Unsevered is a story about a woman going through all the stages of dealing with grief - shock, denial, fantasies (or not;)?), acceptance (packing his things is a touching detail) and trying to get on with her life. She is a woman, a writer, a widow, a friend, a daughter, and more. As the story progresses, her character develops, especially from the second half of the book and the turning point. Here are some of my favourite moments... 'I get back in my car and feel Harley’s dog tags between my fingers for a moment. Then I plant a soft kiss on them and head home.'
'’s the little things I miss the most.'

Grief is a lonely process, but nobody should go through it alone, and it's the little things that help us survive. Life goes on, and we should cherish our memories.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars is a beautiful story of Jewel and her love and dedication to ... 13 June 2016
By Vic Tomlinson - Published on
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This romance, Unsevered, is a beautiful story of Jewel and her love and dedication to Harley who experiences an early and untimely death. Jewel's baby is born and her family and friends provide tremendous support for Jewel. The author does an excellent job of engaging the reader as we experience the milestones of her son, James. Jewel eventually meets her son's kindergarten teacher, Patrick. The sparks begin to fly, but is Jewel ready for a new romance or are the memories of Harley still front and center? Don't touch that dial. The words flow so smoothly that I'm hypnotized and hopeful that the story won't end. It's compelling and it tugs at my emotions! I would highly recommend this romance novel!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a terrific read- raw, emotional portrayal of losing a spouse in combat-great paranormal elements 30 January 2016
By Gloria Antypowich - Published on
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the love of their life, too would wish to have—contact with the one who has left this earthly scene, leaving their lives shattered and their hearts broken.

Harleys guidance steadies Jewel through many painful times. In the first chapter his voice, his presence stops her when she is about to commit suicide.

I quote from the book “Just as the first pill is about to meet with my tongue, the radio comes on by itself and plays a soft version of “I Got You Babe.’’ My nose is invaded with the scent of Eternity cologne and a disembodied voice sends chills down my spine. “Don’t do it, Jules.”

I would know his voice anywhere. “Harley? Oh, Harley.’’

“Yeah, baby. It’s me. I’m here,” he says, his words calm and soothing. A tremble reverberates throughout my body. The tears seem to pause midstream on my face. My voice is barely audible. “Where? I can’t see you. I must be dreaming.”

“No, you’re not dreaming. You’re grieving. And you’re about to make the biggest mistake of your life.”

….“This can’t be happening. You’re dead. I’m just hallucinating. It’s the pills. Just the pills.” I nod my head a few times with vigor to confirm it to myself. I look down at the bottle still in my hand; I haven’t taken them yet. I put the capsules back in the bottle and close the lid.

“I’ve been watching you since the moment I died. I know what you were about to do.”

My eyes shift toward the floor. “But what’s the use in living if I can’t be with you? At least we could be together this way.”

“It doesn’t work like that, sweetheart. You can’t kill yourself to be with me. We won’t end up together.”

Tears flood my eyes. “But I miss you, Harley. I want to be with you. There’s nothing here for me anymore. I don’t want to live without you.” The room is silent for a moment. I call out his name to ensure he’s still there.

Moments later, he speaks again. “I know. I miss you too. But I lived out my destiny. I died doing what I was meant to do. I served my purpose in the world, and then I was called home.”

“But your home is here with me. You belong here!” Anger and desperation seep through my words.

“The universe is done with me, but it isn’t done with you yet, baby. You haven’t fulfilled your destiny.”

Throughout this story of a love that never dies, one that is unsevered even in death, Jewel learns what her destiny is and it helps her to move on. Do not miss this terrific read! It shows that in spite of shattering grief, and utter despair life needs to continue on, so we each fulfill our purpose for being here--our destiny. Beyond that time of sorrow, joy can eventually fill the soul and there is hope--in Jewels case even unsuspect gifts!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A beautiful story 13 September 2015
By Alicia L. - Published on
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A beautiful story of a young couple who falls and hard and builds their life together on that passion. It's a story of sadness, loss, and the craziness that follows. Grief does incredibly intense things to your emotions and to your reality, and the scenes in this book are totally believable by someone who has experienced that kind of loss.

The maturing of one's heart and soul, the moving forward and outward that the main character does in this book is true of most people, but was shown rather elegantly. Sometimes you can't fight the changes that happen in life and it's best for your personal growth to accept them and learn from them. Moving forward is never easy, and can take longer than expected. But miracles can and do spring from tragedies.

This book is very sad in several parts, and tears are definitely going to flow. The sum of the book was short and sometimes the telling felt a bit rushed, but overall was an incredible story.