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Tore Divided Love
by K.D. Ferguson
Release Date: 06/06/14

Summary from Goodreads:
A future set in stone.

For eighteen year old Krissa Channing a government ruled pairing with Braiden Connor and a move to Headquarters were her set fate. Until Braiden’s sudden disappearance threatens Krissa’s entire future.

After months of endless worry, Krissa has an unexpected meeting with Duke, a perfect suitor that could offer her the future she’s always dreamed of. Just when she begins to regain hope, Braiden returns.

Now, Krissa must find where her heart truly lies. Torn between two loves, she must decide which of their worlds she belongs in. But is such a decision even possible when the choice rests between freedom and love?

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About the Author

KD FergusonK.D. Ferguson is the author of Torn True Love and Tore Divided Love.  Her first book debuted in April of 2013 and she is currently working on the third book in the series.  After receiving an associate’s degree in Fashion Merchandising from the Fashion Institute of Technology she earned a bachelor’s degree in applied science from the State University of Oneonta.  She moved away from her hometown, Oneonta, NY, upon graduation and moved to Concord, North Carolina with her husband where she pursued a career in the retail world.  Several years later, feeling unsatisfied in her career, Kristen dove head first into writing her first book.  She can usually be found with an iced coffee in one hand and a pen in the other.
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Read an excerpt!

“I wasn’t ready.”
“Ready for what?” The enforcement was stern with his
questions, simple and to the point. He was certainly not trying to make small talk.

“To be paired. I freaked out a little. I needed to see what a
Single’s life was like.” Braiden’s responses flowed out of his mouth with
such fluidity.

“And you thought the best option was to run away to find your
answer? We would have granted you access.”

Braiden made no reply, and instead remained eerily quiet.

“Well, what did you find, Mr. Connor? That the Sweeper life isn’t a
desirable one? That one is much better off following our rules and
regulations?”

“A Sweeper’s life is not what I want.”

Although he was saying everything I’d always wanted him to say,
something about it was off. He responses seemed so, rehearsed.

“I wasn’t thinking clearly. I’m sorry for any trouble I
caused.
It won’t happen again.”

“It better not. You’ve been assigned to this district, and you
have been paired with Krissa. You’ll be on probation for the next year,
which means one slip up and you’ll be in the Sweeper unit permanently, or
worse. Understood?”

“Yes Sir.” This time he wasn’t mocking the officer. He looked
ashamed.

“Krissa, do you agree to these terms?” Did I really have
another option? If I didn’t agree, I could end up single, but would a life
with Braiden make me happy? Yes, I still loved him, but how was I to let
him ease back into my life after all the hurt he caused?

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About Sarah Stevens

I am a teenage girl that reads lots of young adult books. I also watch Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Downton Abbey. I love YA realistic fiction and dystopian books.

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  1. you can check out the series book trailer here!

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