Kate had a future with hopes of pursuing a career as a sports rehabilitation therapist, but fate changed that.
Beaten once again and left for dead by her husband, Kate is scarred in every way possible. Eventually her physical body begins to heal, but her emotional state deteriorates each passing day.
While on holiday in the UK, Kate meets several kindhearted Celtic men and brick by brick she finds the fortress she's built around herself crumbling. After a chance meeting at a rugby match, Kate finds herself hired as a live-in rehabilitation therapist for an adorable Scottish player named Robbie.
Kate is horrified to find that the coach of the rugby team also lives with Robbie. Shay Walker is a mountain of a man who terrified Kate at their first meeting with his gruff attitude and sheer physical presence. But after sharing a meal and too much scotch, Kate finds that Shay is actually a tender and caring man, one she quickly finds herself falling for. But can a shattered shell of a woman love wholeheartedly?
Heartshaped Shards is not only an endearing romance, it is a story of triumph; a testimony to the perseverance of the human spirit.
Published: 20 August 2013