Sunday, May 8, 2016

Release Day Blitz + Review The Empty Jar by M. Leighton


THE EMPTY JAR IS LIVE!  And what better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than with a book like this, a poignant tale about the power of love.  This is what readers are saying about the new story from M. Leighton:

“The ultimate love story.”
“It is a masterpiece.”
“Heartbreaking. Hopeful. Brilliant.”
“Hands down the best book I have ever read.”
“If I could only tell you to read one book this year, it would be this book.”
“After today, life as I know it will be ‘AEJ’, after The Empty Jar. I will not be the same.”

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This personal note is something the author asked that we share with you:


This book is not a romantic fairy tale. Yet, it’s the most romantic story I’ve ever told.  It’s a journey of pain and loss, of hope and happiness.  It’s both achingly tragic and exquisitely beautiful.  It’s a love story.  A true love story about real love. The kind that sees you through the night and holds you when you cry. The kind that won't give up and never lets go. The kind we all dream about and few find. But it’s real. I promise you, it’s real. I’ve seen this kind of love, and I've seen this kind of heartbreak. I got to see it up close and personal, and quite honestly, I will never be the same.  I hope it changes you as much as it changed me.

The Empty Jar

Three months touring Europe.
Romantic.  Dazzling.  Unforgettable.
The trip of a lifetime.

But some lifetimes are shorter…

We couldn’t have known it would work out this way.  No one could.  No one could’ve guessed that something so beautiful could be so tragic.

But it is tragic.
Yet so, so beautiful.

That’s what sacrifice is—beauty and tragedy.
It’s pain and suffering for something or someone you love.

And this is the ultimate sacrifice.
One stunning act of true love.

This is our story.

Our true love story.

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Review by Iza

I knew how it would end. I just knew it. I was well aware. 

So I did this to myself, really. I blame only myself.

Do I regret it? No. Why? Because it was a book that still brings tears to my eyes, no matter how gut-wrenching and crushing it was. It hit close to home, and no matter how much time passes, you still feel the pain like it happened yesterday. 

I'm going to keep it short and simple, so as not to ruin it/spoil it for anyone. 

Will you cry? Yes. Will you love it? Yes. Will you feel moved and changed by this story? Yes. Especially if you've experienced something similar.

So read it. Worth all the tears and snot. I want to thank the author for the copy given in exchange for my honest review. 5 stars.


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