I’ve been getting asked what Shattered Promises is exactly. If it’s the same story as The Fallen Star with some steamy scenes added in? If it follows the same storyline? What is it!!!???
Here’s the answer. I decided a little bit ago to do a New Adult version of The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Book 1). It has the same characters, only I had to tweak their personalities a little and make them more grown up. It’s a similar storyline, however, it’s not the same story with scenes added in it. I’ve rewrote it to fit my current writing style and added more grown up situations, but it’s still the same concept and has a similar flow.
Also, you don’t need to read The Fallen Star to understand what’s going on. It’s its own book :)
It’s all for fun, for either someone wanting to see what would have happened if Gemma and Alex where older when they met, or for anyone wanting to read a New Adult Fantasy.
So keep an eye out for Shattered Promises, a New Adult Fantasy.
(A re-imagining of The Fallen Star told as a New Adult Fantasy)
For twenty-one year-old Gemma, life has never been normal. Up until recently, she’s been incapable of feeling emotion. She knows nothing about her past and has been haunted by the same monsters in her nightmares for the last three years. She spends most of her days keeping to herself, friendless, and feeling like there’s so much more to life then loneliness.
Then she meets Alex and her secluded word quickly crumbles. Alex is sexy, arrogant, and makes her feel things she didn’t think were possible. When she’s near him, there’s an electric connection that makes her skin buzz and her inhibitions melt.
But Alex doesn’t seem to share the same feelings and knows more about Gemma’s life then he’s telling her. He pushes her away, and Gemma tries to keep her distance even though it’s the last thing she wants to do.
But when her nightmares become a reality, Gemma’s life turns into a mess. Dangerous secrets keeping popping up around ever corner and the only person she can turn to for help is the one person she isn’t sure she can trust