Breakable by Aimee L. Salter
When seventeen-year-old Stacy looks in the mirror she can see and talk to her future self. "Older Me" has been Stacy's secret support during the ongoing battle with their neurotic mother, relentless bullying at school, and dealing with her hopeless love for her best friend, Mark.
Then Stacy discovers Older Me is a liar.
Still reeling from the betrayal, Stacy buries herself in her art. But even that is taken from her when her most persistent tormentor uses her own work to humiliate her - and threaten her last chance with Mark.
Stacy's reached breaking point.
Recently, we have received a electronic copy of Breakable by Aimee L. Slater and we will be publishing a review shortly.
If you could go back in time and talk to your younger self, what would you say? If an older version of yourself could reassure you about the future - only to be revealed as a liar, what would you do?
Breakable, by Aimee L. Salter, is a promising novel centering around a girl who is offered just that. It is unique and interesting, and if it seems like the type of book you'd like to read, it releases on November 4th for Kindle, Nook, and in paperback.