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Each day I prayed for my husband to love me again.After fifteen years together, he walked away from me, and into the arms of another.I didnt know how to cope. I didnt know my worth. I didnt know how to exist without him by my side.All I wanted was for him to come back to me.Then, Jackson Emery appeared.He was supposed to be a distraction for my mind. A summer fling. A confidence boost to my bruised heart.We were perfect for one another, because we both knew we wouldnt last. Jackson didnt believe in commitment, and I no longer believed in love. He was too closed-off for me, and I was too damaged for him.Everything was fine, until one night my heart skipped a beat.I didnt expect him to make me laugh. To make me think. To make my sadness somewhat disappear.When our time was up, my heart didnt know how to walk away.Each day I prayed for my husband to love me again, yet slowly my prayers began to shift toward the man who wasnt right for me. I prayed for one more smile, one more kiss, one more laugh, one more touch I prayed for him to be mine.Even though I knew his heart wasnt destined to love.*This book was previously known as Between the Notes.*...

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Disgrace Reviews

  • DW

    Another ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Brittainy Cherry!! ❤ ...more

  • Jennifer Kyle

    3.5 Stars

  • Wil Loves Books!

    I loved this book so much! B. Cherry is so freaking talented and is simply the best at writing broken boys and epic romances!!! I’ll be back with a full review by I’m completely in love with this story!

  • Christy

    5+ stars!!

    Brittainy C. Cherry has done it again. She's written my favorite book of the year. Disgrace is by far the best book I've read so far in 2018. I can't say for sure if it's my favorite B Cherry book, as she's written so many of my favorites, but it's the one that's touched me the deepest. This story was relatable to me. I have felt what Grace has felt, and reading some of her thoughts and feelings shook me to my core. I love getting all the feels when I read and this one really did a n

    She was beautiful, that was a given, but she was also broken. Just like me. My broken pieces stayed shattered, and hers intermixed with them all. We were just two broken people, uninterested in being fixed.

    Jackson is a funny guy. I love how he always tells it like it is. He doesn't sugar coat anything to anyone, even Grace. Grace is a character I could relate to in so many ways. I feel like I truly connected with her and her story broke me. I was beyond emotional reading this book. Grace has so much strength. I rooted for her and wanted more than anything for her to find her happiness.

    Jackson and Grace were a couple that I wouldn't have put together, but they work. They are so different, but exactly what the other needs. When they say opposites attract, they really mean it. I loved watching both of them change and grow. I think they brought the best out of one another, and really, what more can you ask out of your significant other. I loved both of these characters so much. Grace's sister was amazing also. As well as Jackson's uncle. Both phenomenal secondary characters. Grace's parents I had mixed feelings about, as well as Jackson's dad. They were not bad people, just complicated.

    Brittainy C Cherry is a wordsmith. Her story-telling abilities are out of this world and her writing is lyrical and stunning. Every book she's written has evoked feeling from me. Every single one. Disgrace is a story that has so much heart. It's so much more than a romance. And that's what I loved best about it. It's a story of growth, of finding yourself and loving yourself- even your broken parts. This story consumed me. It was heartbreaking, heartwarming, magical and perfect for me. I can't recommend Disgrace enough! A new top favorite of mine!


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    <3 4,5-5 stars <3

    What a fantastic story, I don't know what to say first.I fall in love with everything in this story.Disgrace touched me in so many ways.I find myself hooked from the beginning and I loved the story even more in the end.

    Every book I read by this author is pure perfection, I can't find something that I didn't like.Her writing is beautiful and flawless.The characters were well developed and unique and the story original.Jackson and


  • Alex ✰ Comets and Comments ✰

    “When you find you, come back to me.”

    Earlier last year, I read a singular Brittany C. Cherry book that completely stole the air from my lungs. When I found out that she was writing a new standalone, I all but tore the whole house down. Disgrace was most parts beautiful, some parts substandard and all parts heart-breaking.


    The Plot

    I was in a conundrum on whether I should rate this 3 or 4 stars, because in truth it was both. The writing was lyrical and the characters were multi-dim

    "We were so close that I felt her uneven breaths against my skin, and I was certain she felt mine."

    Another thing to add that I think is brilliant is that this must be the year of men saying it how it is.

    Jackson, our hero was so real that it hurt. I love that women will pick this up and get lessons that every Romance and New Adult book should have. For example:

    “Don’t be so fucking dramatic. No dick is worth falling apart over.”

    There were some areas of cringe-worthy dialogue and material that threw me off a bit, but I found myself coming back for the plot. It was so unique and the culture beyond the context of the book was wonderful to get into. All in all, I think what fell with those two stars is that lack of out of this world feeling you get when you read a book by her, that enchanting world consuming atmosphere.

    "I’d only been with one man in my lifetime, and it was no secret that Finley wasn’t working with the same type of equipment that Jackson had."

    The Romance

    Jackson and Grace will steal your heart if you let them.

    They will steal your heart individually and they will steal your heart together. If there is one thing that Brittainy C. Cherry can do with no problem is create characters that make your heart skip and flutter a little louder than usual. I enjoyed reading this and I really do feel like so many people will enjoy it just the same, if not more.

    “They’re gonna bleed you out till you’re nothing, and then they’re gonna ask how you died.”

    A lot of her books can be difficult to read because they are so heart breaking, I feel like this was more on the mellow side and although you're in for a rollercoaster of emotions - at the end of the day, this is a feel good story. Nevertheless, I didn't cry while reading this but that doesn't mean it wasn't upsetting. You feel what the characters feel through the writing and you long for them to find their happily ever after.

    The romance in this book get very real. The case behind the start of Jackson and Grace's story was one that can be related to on an earthly level because its so disturbingly relevant in today's society. Saddening as it is, it's a story that will touch a lot of hearts.

    “I don’t know how to say goodbye,” he spoke softly, staring at the empty bowls. “Then don’t. Just say good night until tomorrow.”

  • Alex ♈

    2.5 stars

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  • Kathy West


    Be prepared for an emotional rollercoaster!!

    We first meet Jackson when he is 10 years old. His mother is leaving his father and he is trying to figure out why.  When his mother left, she asked him one thing “Take care of your father”. And that is what Jackson did. For years, he took care of this father, through the bad times and the worst times. Living in a small town, Jackson was seen as the “troubled” kid. The kid from the wrong side of the track. But no one got to see the real