Review: Unshatter Me



Nineteen-year-old Alena Pavlis moved to Surrey, on the outskirts of London, to escape her past. Now, heading off to college, she hopes that she can finally move on and begin a brand new chapter. During her first day at Carpendale University, she meets Phillip Gregson, the cute streetwise guy, who introduces her to a whole new world. At first, Phillip seems to be the answer to all of her problems. Yet quickly she finds that her childhood trauma is creeping in, and so are outside influences which begin to drive a wedge between the couple. As the relationship reaches its breaking point, Alena starts to pursue her own dreams and aspirations. Just as she is finding her feet again and preparing to audition for Carpendale’s choir – the Coolette Singers, a perilous series of events turns her life upside down. Left with no other choice, Alena must confront the demons of her past head-on, even though it means risking everything.

Rating: 5 stars


Unshatter Me by Michelle Diana Lowe is brilliantly stunning…readers will be swept off their feet and wowed by everything that’s inside of this exciting novel. A multiracial romantic suspense for adults that is captivating. Here readers will be taken on a journey of facing one’s own fears and dilemmas. That’s exactly what the main character inside of Unshatter Me finally decides to do…

Life is never easy…readers can easily place themselves in the heroine’s shoes. Everything looks to be okay…then suddenly like a tornado, everything comes crashing down around Alena. Her past life is catching up with her and is forcing her hand…can she remain strong and face her own demons or will she let it all, un-shatter her? Michelle Diana Lowe has a talent that will bring readers to her world of fiction every time. Beautifully told and the plot is juicy and fast-paced. A story that will take readers’ hearts and souls. Overall, Unshatter Me is definitely a must read for all.

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