DIVIDED by Pitch Wars Mentor, Sharon M. Johnston … cover reveal & giveaway!

DIVIDED full digital

Book Blurb

A new heart should mean new life, instead it’s a living nightmare.

Mishca Richardson’s life is at an all-time high after her heart transplant. With new boyfriend, Ryder, she has the perfect summer romance. Even the nightmares plaguing her sleep since her operation can’t dull her new dream world.

Yet, life starts to unravel when Mishca develops superhuman abilities. She does her best to hide them so as not to end up a science experiment in a lab, but she can’t ignore the strange instant attraction she experiences when she meets her university professor, Colin Reed.

Torn between love and obsession, Mishca must unite her divided heart and decide between the two men. But when the truth about her weird powers comes to light, she’ll have a lot more to worry about than romance.

Praise for Divided

“DIVIDED is a fast-paced adventure filled with mystery, romance, action, and humor.

Mishca and Ryder rank up there with my favorite heroines and heroes ever!

Sharon M. Johnston is an author to watch out for.”

  • WENDY HIGGINS, USA Today and New York Times bestselling author.

 

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About the author

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From sunny Queensland in Australia, Sharon writes weird stories and soulful contemporaries across a number of categories. Working as a PR specialist by day, in her spare time she writes, blogs, plays with her fur babies and plays computer games with her family. She’s also been stalked by women wanted to know where she buys her shoes.

Find her on:

Her website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

 

 

 

 

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2 comments to DIVIDED by Pitch Wars Mentor, Sharon M. Johnston … cover reveal & giveaway!

  • Sharon Johnston

    Hey Brenda! Thank you so much for sharing my cover, for all the support you’ve given me over the years, and for the faith you’ve had in me. Heart you big time.

  • I love the cover and the blurb. Years ago I worked as a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit in a Children’s hospital where we received post-op heart transplant patients. It is such an emotionally charged time for all involved because it is always bittersweet–one child gets the chance to live but you know another child had to die to provide that chance. We attribute so much to a person’s “heart” that it does lead to a wealth of storyline ideas. I look forward to seeing where the author goes with it. Thanks for sharing!

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