Spotlight/Virtual Tour ~ Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt, and a Decision That Will Change Her Life by L.E. Get

unicornPublisher: Imprint of Telemachus Press (June 15, 2015)
Genre:  Women’s Fiction/Literary Fiction/Drama
ISBN-10: 1941536964
ISBN-13: 978-1941536964
Buy: Amazon, Kindle, The Book Depository


Scarlet has the life most only dream about—she travels the world, she makes plenty of money and she has the best friend anyone could ask for.

But, piece by piece, her world is falling apart because of her damaged family, years of resentment and her sister’s drug and alcohol addiction. Scarlet tries to keep it together, but when her sister desperately needs help, Scarlet has to make a life-changing decision. Unicorn is a story of internal struggle, choices, and a broken family.

post-divider leftL.E. Get understands the devastation and pain that drug and alcohol addiction causes. He’s experienced the crazy-making behavior addicts inflict on family and friends. But he has also witnessed the miracles of sobriety. L.E. Get wrote Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt, and a Decision That Will Change Her Life, for family and friends of alcoholics and addicts because he knows that loving an addicted person is frustrating and lonely.

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post-divider rightExcerpt ~

I’m invisible to most people, unless I have something to give them. Saying no feels like I’m pushing away the people I want to be close to. So when my mother called to tell me she needed me to come home because my sister, Amelia, was sick and in the hospital again, I grudgingly boarded a plane back to Denver to deal with my family.

Exhausted and needing a distraction, I was hoping I could sleep away my anger and resentment on the long flight home from Dubai. I reclined my seat, closed my eyes and imagined the celebration of the successful show and after-party I was missing. While I was packing my bags and trying to book a flight, the other models were mingling with the hot, new UAE designers looking to sign models. The show had been a highlight in my career, a game-changing event that could have secured a generous contract. Instead, I was sitting next to a woman wearing too much rose-scented perfume, on a long flight home to participate in Amelia’s drama. I reached up, twisted on the air and closed my eyes once more replaying my mother’s phone call.

“Scarlet, can you come home right away? How long will it take you to get home? Amelia’s in the hospital,” Mom said.

So Amelia is in the hospital again, for the umpteenth time. What else is new? “I’m not supposed to leave until tomorrow, maybe the next day. We just finished the show and I still need to wrap things up.”

“Your sister needs you here right away. She’s very sick… I need you here.” She started to cry.

I took a deep breath, then spoke without thinking. “Amelia needs detox and treatment… She’s probably out of prescription drugs and needs a refill,” I added callously.

I hated feeling so heartless, and tears escaped from my closed eyes. I was frustrated and tired. I needed sleep. I would have a lot to deal with once I was home.

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Tuesday, March 1 – Book Featured at I’m Shelf-ish

Wednesday, March 2 – Interview at The Review From Here

Thursday, March 3 – Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner

Friday, March 4 – Book Featured at Bound 2 Escape


Monday, March 7 – Book Review at Books, Reviews, ETC.

Tuesday, March 8 – Book Feature at PUYB Virtual Book Club

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Thursday, March 10 – Guest Blogging at Mythical Books

Friday, March 11 – Book Feature at Confessions of an Eccentric Bookaholic


Monday, March 14 – Book Feature at My Bookish Pleasures

Tuesday, March 15 – Interview at Literarily Speaking

Thursday, March 17 – Book Feature at CBY Book Club

Friday, March 18 – Book Review at Fascinating Quest


Monday, March 21 – Interview at The Literary Nook

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Thursday, March 24 – Book Review at Deal Sharing Aunt


Monday, March 28 – Book Feature at Jody’s Book Reviews

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