Disgrace, an all-new romantic and emotional standalone from Brittainy C. Cherry is LIVE!
Each day I prayed for my husband to love me again.
After fifteen years together, he walked away from me, and into the arms of another.
I didn’t know how to cope. I didn’t know my worth. I didn’t know how to exist without him by my side.
All I wanted was for him to come back to me.
Then, Jackson Emery appeared.
He was supposed to be a distraction for my mind. A summer fling. A confidence boost to my bruised heart.
We were perfect for one another, because we both knew we wouldn’t last. Jackson didn’t believe in commitment, and I no longer believed in love. He was too closed-off for me, and I was too damaged for him.
Everything was fine, until one night my heart skipped a beat.
I didn’t expect him to make me laugh. To make me think. To make my sadness somewhat disappear.
When our time was up, my heart didn’t know how to walk away.
Each day I prayed for my husband to love me again, yet slowly my prayers began to shift toward the man who wasn’t right for me.
I prayed for one more smile, one more kiss, one more laugh, one more touch…
I prayed for him to be mine.
Even though I knew his heart wasn’t destined to love.
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5 Always and Always Stars
Once you zoom in, you realize we are all similar in so many ways. We all bleed red and even monster’s hearts can break. Just got to remember to always zoom in.
Brittainy Cherry can write a book like no other!!! Takes everyday people and their love and heartbreak…wraps it up in a novel that you cant stop reading. So many ah ha moments in her book that not only gives you the right feelings but opens your eyes to seeing life in a better way.
They’re gonna bleed you out till you’re nothing and then they’re gonna ask how you died.
That is life… The people who are the first to run to you to find out what is happening in your life, they are always the first ones to run their mouth. Spreading the rumors, talking about you like you are an imagination. With Grace, she was raised the PC (Preachers Child) and was always expected to let everything roll off her shoulders. Sit up, hold your head higher and let it go. For goodness sakes, her father was the preacher…cant let rumors bring down the church and all that her father and his father and his father worked so hard building.
Every person deserves a haven. A place they can go to breathe fresh air, because sometimes life can be toxic.
Jackson has been living the dark life for quite some time. Snapping that wrist band, taking the sledge hammer to the junk cars out back. Vowing to not break sobriety. Although the feeling he got when he was using was outstanding, once you came down, you still were in the dark.
I just imagined that a man who was that built upstairs couldn’t be that built down below.
Grace and Jackson are from two different lifestyles. Yet they couldn’t be more alike and better for each other. The families hate each other and have raised their children to hate each other. But does anyone know the reason behind all the hatred these families hold against each other?
Absolutely LOVED this book! As with all of this authors books, you are sucked in and held hostage until you finish. I laughed, I cried, I held my breath and I shook my head. This book gave me everything I need in a book.
This book packs a punch, will knock you down, make you walk through a gamut, you’ll look at the walls adorned with beautiful artwork of human relationships. A girl is on a brink of a major upheaval in life, which throws everything she’s ever believed in up in disarray.
Our lives had been so tangled together that I was almost certain he took parts of me when he untied our love.
Who was I supposed to be now?
Was I even still a person of my own accord?
Without Finley, did I even exist?
To find a way out of this fog of deceptions and betrayals, she finds a beacon of hope in the town’s monster. Together they support each other and try and fix their broken lives. The strongest underlying message is empowerment of women. Not lay down and be treated as a doormat, but find a voice and follow it, shed the shackles of their subjugation. Believing in themselves rather than feeling lost without men.creating their own identity and not losing their sparkle in shadows of their men
Love was a messy emotion that didn’t walk a straight line. It worked in waves and loops of ups and downs. It was a screwy emotion that could somehow still exist amidst the ultimate heartbreak and betrayal. .
The most amazing thing about picking up a Brittainy Cherry book is that you’re guaranteed to have an emotional storm in your heart. Sympathies swirl and twist , uplift and drown, ebb and flow , sweeping you in a river swollen with moods , tempers and sentiments. The story pierced straight in my heart with its honesty and passion. My eyes were overflowing and my insides were twisting. I rooted for Grace & Jackson, cried for them, was ready to fight their families the town, the entire world for them.
I wished there was a way to stop it— to shut off the love faucet, to make my heart stop feeling.
But still, it felt.
Still, it burned.
They go through so much torment, such anguish, such conflict, I was done. I was ready to take a hammer and beat up a car or something, trash a shop, break some bottles, anything to vent my anger. Every couple Brittainy creates, they’re beautiful but broken souls, victims of life and its circumstances.
In a small town in Georgia, A damsel meets a monster and she zooms in close enough to see deep into his beautiful soul hidden behind the perceived ugliness. It takes a lot of courage, a lot of patience and a lot of generosity of spirit, all of which Grace Harris has in abundance.
You just needed faith the size of mustard seed that no matter what, things would work out.
Schooled to be a perfect lady, Programmed to behave like a Stepford wife, as she and her sister Judy have to hide their ambitions, thoughts, emotions and opinions to themselves and trim their personalities to fit into the “Pastor’s Family” expected framework.
Jackson and his dad are town monsters. Beasts to be feared and avoided at all costs and ridiculed whenever. They’re ostracized by day but solicited at night by horny women looking to be fixed
The women of that town had no problem hating me when the sun shone while moaning my name when the shadows of the night fell. I was the secret escape from their fake realities. Some kind of challenge for their well-behaved Southern souls.
I cant, won’t give the story away, but I’ll say this.It just surprises you at every turn every chapter the story develops and reveals truths. Ugly truths about small townspeople mentalities and it’s prejudices
On the other hand there’s beautiful truths about kindred spirits finding solace together, healing their wounded hearts together
“when you zoom in, when you truly look at the person beside you, you’ll see many of the same things. Hope. Love. Fear. Anger. Once you zoom in, you realize we are all similar in so many ways. We all bleed red, and even monster’s hearts can break. Just gotta remember to always zoom in.”
To always zoom in…
This book is not JUST a story, its a pious sermon, reminding us to open our hearts always. Let the fresh air of acceptance and love come in, swirl around, drive away demons of prejudices, stink of bias and mould of judgements out of our hearts.
“If you turn your back on one, then you turn back on all and THAT is the ultimate sin- to disgrace God’s people.
It’s poetry in motion, changing mood from poignant to angry to lusty to passionate to angsty to frustration and eventually acceptance. The story flowed so smoothly and flawlessly I didn’t even find time to put it down. Engrossing completely, I was totally submerged. Pick up this book when it releases and just enjoy the beautiful journey !
5 “Always and Always” stars