From the New York Times Best Selling Author of the Accidentally On Purpose trilogy…

“You were born to be mine and I was born to be yours.”

Donya Stewart’s chest filled with the soft beating wings of butterflies when she first met Emmet Grayne’s green eyes at the ripe age of five. Unable to identify the tugging pressure within her when in his presence, Donya moved through the first several years of her life addled by her feelings for the boy who was her best friend’s brother, and very much like her own sibling. But one cool autumn night in her mystifying teenage years, Emmet erases any ideas Donya has of him being anything like a sibling.

Donya and Emmet, unable to deny the invisible cord that fetters them together on an incredibly visceral level, begin a long journey on a road abounding with challenges, hurdles, and destructive forces. Their love for one another is absolute, and the emotional link between them is strong, but when they make a series of painful decisions and mistakes that pull them apart, the strength of that tether is challenged.




Donya’s career as a model took her around the world and away from Emmet who was working hard for his law degree. When Donya makes a hard decision for both of them, the tether between them stretches beyond what seems possible.

“The tether contorted and quivered and groaned in protest.”




Happy endings aren’t always a guarantee, even for two people who were born into this world for each other. With age comes maturity and hindsight. Will Emmet and Donya have to live apart and with the consequences of their choices? Will the link between them bring them together or prove to ensnare them in heartache?

If you are in search of an angst-filled romance novel, get tied into Tethered…


Book Heaux Rating: 5++++ Stars

Holy mother of God, This book knocked my shoes, socks and pants off. Seriously! It was everything I could’ve asked for and so much more. L.D Davis really outdid herself this time. I was sucked into this story from the very first word and wished that I didn’t have to work or do anything but read this. Donya and Emmet frustrated me like no other couple before me had. But, when the love is strong and it’s real, this is to be expected. We all know L.D knows how to write drama and sex, but who would’ve thought she could be so angsty? She’s definitely the kind of author I would 1-click without even reading a synopsis. I just wish more people knew about her, she’s a damn good author. Keep up the good work woman!


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