April 2, 2013

Final Teaser for Unraveling


I can’t believe it’s time for the final teaser.

In just a matter of hours, Unraveling will be in your hands. Unraveling won’t just be my story anymore, it will be yours too. It’s always nerve-wracking releasing a book, but this one is even worse for me, because as many of you know, it’s my favorite that I’ve ever written. I’m already missing Katy and Jared, and releasing it makes the fact that it’s over, even more real. I hope you all fall in love with them as much as I have. I’m going to go cry in a corner now… 



Okay, enough tears.

I’ve recently had a lot of emails and messages about Unraveling, asking what it is about, and what genre it is.

Here’s the description:

Katy Spencer’s life fell apart two years ago. Since then, she’s closed herself off. She’s a shell of the person she used to be. The only person she trusts is her best friend Rollo, but even he can’t keep the nightmares away. Then she meets Jared. He’s the first man she’s been around since the event that she’s not afraid of. He makes her heart race, not in fear, but in a fluttering that could become something meaningful.

Jared can tell that Katy is broken. He sees something in her eyes that he’s often seen reflected in his own.




Jared is determined to get to know her.

He wants to solve the mystery of Katy Spencer.

He will… unravel her.

I’m going to tell you right now, Unraveling IS a New Adult Contemporary Romance. Which means the characters are out of high school and there are some mature themes and topics. I hate putting a label on something, because who am I to judge, and everyone’s interpretation is different, but I would say that if you have to question whether or not you should read it, then you probably shouldn’t.
Last Teaser…



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Micalea SmeltzerHi. I’m Micalea. Ma-call-e-uh. Weird name, I know. My mom must’ve known I was going to be odd even in the womb. I’ve written a lot of books. Like a lot. Don’t ask me how many, I don’t remember at this point.

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