Jay’s first book, Watching Glass Shatter gave me an unproductive next day because he kept me up all night! Knowing how the first one went, I was smart and started this one on a weekend!
While I didn’t know what to expect, I really liked this book. I liked the way we moved back and forth between time periods, but in a logical way. You know how some books weave a story, but you get lost? Not with this one! But you’ll get the opportunity to figure out the puzzling bond that the characters share.
As male author, I thought it was interesting how he was writing from the younger female points of view which I found amazing that he’s so versatile. Full of family drama/saga, suspense and an intricate plot, it’s a great read.
You can find Jay here on his blog – this is the link to his first book! Jay’s got book reviews, travel stories, his dog stories (RIP Ryder and welcome Baxter!) along with his 365 Challenge and all sorts of fun stuff! Take a moment to blog hop! He’s such a sweet guy with lots of friends. You won’t be disappointed!
Teddy has been with me since I was about 2 years old when my Aunt Martha supposedly gave him to me. He is worn and quite fur-less now since he’s been held for so many years. He was a staple in my bed throughout my childhood. Teddy protected me, comforted me and held me as I cried. He is stained now, right down to the fabric of his being from so many years of comforting my tears. He now wears a baby blue sweater to keep him warm since his fur is gone. On his sweater is a sparkly white snowflake which is as unique as he is.
If Teddy could talk, he still wouldn’t repeat all of the secrets he knows. He is just a comforting soul ~ silent witness ~ to a young girl’s childhood.
Teddy still sits at the end of my bed on my hope chest. A silent protector who no longer needs to stand vigil, but simply be the comforting reminder of love. Most definitely he has seen better days, but since he’s only seen by my family, he remains at the end of our bed.
I will admit that occasionally when I see him, I do still pick him up to give him a hug. His comfort is still felt by my heart and as always, is greatly appreciated.