ARC Review & Blog Tour: Beneath It All by Tori Madison

Posted October 3, 2014 by Kris and Vik in Blog Tours, Home, ♡ Reviews by Kris ❤ / 0 Comments

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Synopsis :






I wasn’t prepared to hear those words. Neither was my loving husband, family or friends. And none of us

were prepared for what life had in store after they were spoken.


I should have seen the signs all around me. I should have paid attention to the people who supposedly

loved me, the people who I’d always trusted. But I was blind to what was going on. The effects on my

flourishing career, passionate marriage and carefree lifestyle would be insurmountable.


It was time to take control of my life and the overwhelming chaos. Time to make the choices that were

right for me. Right for my future. The future I hadn’t planned on.


My life didn’t stop when I heard those four little words . . . it was only just beginning.


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About The Author:

Happily married and the mother of two, Tori Madison, is active in the world of philanthropy and finds

joy in making a difference in lives of others. She is an avid reader, lover of life, and a breast cancer

survivor. Currently residing with her family in Minnesota, she can often be found at Caribou Coffee or

at the dance studio with her kids. With a well-known weakness for dark chocolate with sea salt and

cheesecake, she also has a fondness for chips and fresh salsa.

Writing a book was never on her radar. After a challenge from a friend to write 1,500 words the story

came to life and a new opportunity to make a difference was born.

Beneath It All is her debut novel.



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I laid there collecting my thoughts while Noah cleaned himself up and returned with a warm washcloth to do the same for me. Once we were both cleaned up, he climbed in bed next to me, and we quietly lay there together, sorting through our unspoken thoughts.

I mulled over what just happened in my head. It started out flirty and passionate and then quickly morphed into hot and frantic. It was quite possibly one of the most intense moments we had ever shared together in bed.

I was pleased with myself and replayed everything in my head again. It was then that I realized Noah didn’t touch my left breast once. Not once. I didn’t know what to think of it and suddenly my high came crashing down. Did it affect him the way it did me? Could he feel the burn that I felt constantly in my breast when he touched it? Did he look at me as damaged already?

Noah turned me toward him and smiled. Apparently he wasn’t feeling the same emotions I was, and he looked . . . well . . . for lack of a better term . . . well fucked!

“Jesus, Victoria, what did you do to me? I don’t think I’ve ever fucked you that hard. Are you okay?”

I promptly tucked my questioning thoughts away and smiled back at him. “I’m great—that was amazing and exactly what I needed.”

In all honesty, it was what I needed, but I wasn’t prepared for the feelings I had afterward. Noah popped up out of bed and pulled on his boxers. “Why don’t you stay here and I’ll go heat up our dinner and we’ll eat it naked in bed?”

“Sure, that would be great.” I smiled as I sat up and watched him walk out of our bedroom.

I sat naked in our bed with my thoughts waging a war inside my head. Would this be the last time we had sex while I had breasts? Would he look at me like this again or be totally disgusted when my body was disfigured? Would he find me attractive anymore? Would he want me when I was damaged?

Hot tears started to stream down my checks as a soft sob left my lips. What the hell? This wasn’t me. I was strong. I didn’t cry. I wasn’t going to let this take over my life, and I couldn’t let Noah see how scared I was. Jumping off of the bed, I ran into the bathroom, quickly washed my face and tried my best to cover up the puffy and glassy-eyed look that now was present on my face. I grabbed my face lotion and cover-up and tried to hide the evidence of my mini-meltdown before Noah got back.


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Some of these songs are mentioned in the book, while others gave me inspiration to write. I hope you

enjoy them as much as I do . . .


Pallidio by Silent Nick

Feels Like Home by Chantal Kreviazuk

Lying in the Hands of God by Dave Matthews Band

She Will Be Loved – Acoustic by Maroon 5

Strong Enough by Sheryl Crow

Bitch by Meredith Brooks

Unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield

Three Little Birds by Bob Marley

Beautiful by Christina Aguilera & Beverly McClellan

from The Voice Performance

I Can Only Imagine by MercyMe

I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz

Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

A Thousand Years by The Piano Guys

Uninvited by Alanis Morissette

What Makes You Beautiful by The Piano Guys

Wherever You Will Go by Charlene Soraia

100 Years by Five For Fighting

Give It Time by Tyrone Wells

Crystallize by Lindsey Stirling

24 Preludes, Op. 28: No.4 in E minor – Largo by Frederic Chopin

Eventide by Jennifer Thomas

Human by Christina Perri

Will You be There by Boyce Avenue

Apologize by OneRepublic

Sunday Morning – Acoustic by Maroon 5

Little Things by One Direction

I’ll Be by Boyce Avenue

The Climb by Miley Cyrus

Just the Way You Are by The Piano Guys

Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 In E-flat Major by Peter Schmalfuss

Poison & Wine by The Civil Wars

Angels by Robin Thicke

Secrets by OneRepublic

Big Girls Don’t Cry (Personal) by Fergie

I Lived by OneRepublic

Demons by Imagine Dragons

Trouble by Chris Rene

It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday by Jason Mraz

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