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Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Blog Tour & Giveaway: unDefeated [Wayward Fighters 03] by J.C. Valentine!

   Through the glass partition, she watched the line of patients being paraded into the room, trying to pick out Spencer’s face in the crowd. She hadn’t seen him since he became a patient and wondered how much he had changed. Would he be thinner? Unshaven? Healthy? Longing to see him, just a glimpse, always threatened to consume her whenever she came here, but as with the last four visits, Spencer hadn’t shown.
   With only a week left to go in his treatment, she wondered where he planned to go when he got out. Did he have someone ready to take him in? Not knowing filled her with worry.
   Damn him. Why did he keep shutting her out? He knew she was there, knew she wanted to see him, to talk to him, to offer whatever support she could, and he never showed. Not once. All around her, families reunited, and she sat alone. The orderlies probably pitied her by now, the girl who kept coming, even though she clearly wasn’t wanted.
   With a heavy heart, Olivia looped her purse over her shoulder and walked out. As she signed her name on the chart with her in and out times less than ten minutes apart, she had to resist the urge to make excuses for him. She was always making excuses for Spencer, whether to other people or just herself.
   The fact was, no matter how he had treated her and how they ended, she still cared about him. Probably more than she should. No, scratch that. Definitely more than she should, because it was obvious the feelings weren’t mutual. Why else would Spencer ignore her so completely? He didn’t even have the decency to tell her to her face. But the silence said everything he wouldn’t pretty clearly. 
   Stopping by the front desk, she made her final deposit, adding the tip money she’d saved up that week to his account. Even if he didn’t love her anymore, she couldn’t justify leaving him in there with no way of buying personal items. She would still be his friend until he told her otherwise. And it didn’t look like he intended to talk to her anytime soon.
   Now, she just needed to stop torturing herself. She needed to move on, but how did a person move forward without their other half?

Spencer Bradley ruins everything he touches. Addicted to gambling, he’s lied, cheated, and stolen to get what he wants. Now, in order to protect those he cares for, he’s keeping his distance. Rehab’s taught him a lot, but when his time runs out and he finds himself with nowhere to turn, he seeks help from the one person he’s capable of destroying.

Olivia Carter fell in love the day she met Spencer Bradley. Despite him being responsible for the downfall of his best friend’s career and landing himself in rehab, she can’t bring herself to stay away—even if it means risking her own recovery.

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Author bio:

USA Today Bestselling author J.C. Valentine is the alter-ego of Brandi Salazar, whose enjoyment of tales of romance spurred her to branch out and create her own.

She lives in the Northwest with her husband, their wild children, and far too many pets. As a university student, she studies literature, which goes well with her dream of becoming an editor. Brandi entertains a number of hobbies including reading and photography, but her first love is writing fiction-in all its forms.

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