• Shattered Pieces

  • Heathens Ink, Book 4
  • By: K.M. Neuhold
  • Narrated by: Kenneth Obi
  • Series: Heathens Ink, Book 4
  • Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 02-14-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: K. M. Neuhold
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.6 (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"I was sure my heart had withered away years ago, but then you smiled at me, and I felt it beat again." - Gage
Years ago, I fell in love with my best friend's little brother. Then, he took his own life, leaving me shattered and unable to piece my heart back together. I've been a zombie for nine long years. Until a crazy, gorgeous man walked into Heathens Ink and injected color back into my world of gray. No matter how hard I try to resist Beck, he just won't give up on me. I would need steel willpower to withstand his gorgeous long legs in those high heels and his drawer full of lacy lingerie. But is this just a kinky hook up, or does it have the possibility for more?
"We're both broken, but our jagged edges fit together well." - Beck
When you're half of a whole, you never contemplate what life would be like without your matching piece. Since my twin sister, Brianna, died last year, nothing I do seems to quiet my soul. I know there has to be some way for me to feel happy and whole again. And, when I look into the pained eyes of the tattoo artist at Heathens Ink, I feel like I have a purpose. I can't explain it, but I feel like I have to find a way to put him back together.
Shattered Pieces is the fourth book in the Heathens Ink series; each book in the series can be enjoyed as a standalone.
©2017 K. M. Neuhold (P)2018 K. M. Neuhold
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5 out of 5 stars
By Latinatwix28 on 03-05-18


Omg! I’ve been skeptical about audible books. But this narrator made me a believer. I love this series and I cannot wait to delved in the next books.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Karentwilson on 02-17-18

Gage is My “One” in this Series

Gage is my “one” in this series. I loved his character with every appearance in the Hunter’s Ink series. All the characters move through all the books effortlessly. Gage is a broken, lonely, tender man. He lost the love of his life at such a young age in such a tragic way that while he survived it physically, he did not survive it in any other way. His life simply stopped when Johnny died. His friends have stayed by his side and loved him as much as he would allow. But, he held so much of himself back not believing he deserved happiness and they could not reach him. When his roommate, Johnny’s straight brother, Adam finds love, with a man Gage’s journey begins. He is angry that Adam hid the fact that he might be gay. He is angry that Adam did not tell him about Nox. He stumbled up on that little secret and it hurt. He was angry when he met a man who started to splintered the wall he built around his heart and his life when Johnny died. Enter Beck, a butterfly, a dancer in high heels and pink gauze who has suffered a profound loss of his own, his sister, Brianna. She was his other half, his twin, and the guiding voice still showing him the way. These are to men with similar stories of loss and grief and pain. Beck is in many ways the stronger of the two and Brianna is in part the reason why. She never let him settle even, no especially, after her death. Beck sees Gage as a bird with a broken wing and sets about to mend that wing knowing that he will have to set him free when he is healed. Johnny speaks to Gage throughout the story giving him the hope and strength to let go and fall in love. There were parts of this story that made me ugly cry, full on sobbing. It touched some of the losses in my past in a sweet and gentle way, we all have them. Loss is universal to the human spirit, the lesson here for me. The sex in this book is just as hot as I the rest of the books in this series, ain’t that why we’re here? The life lessons are more subtle, the love, the, loss, the pain, the joy that love can bring. Seeing the “colors” return to Gage’s life was like watching a curtain being lifted on a darkened stage and having the spotlights come up, magic. So, yes Gage is my one in this series and now just writing this review brings a tear to my eye, and I do love a good cry. Kenneth Obi, voice actor, does a great job with this story. Each character is given a distinct voice whether Johnny from the grave or Beck urging Gage to let go and live. I can hardly wait for the next book in the series to come out on audiobook, my drug of choice.

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