Book Of The Day – Broken Like Glass

by Ron on September 20, 2017

Today’s Book of the Day is a Christian Fiction novel by EJ McCay and it’s 75% off for a limited time. Broken Like Glass has a 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3!

“One of the best books I’ve read in a long time! You won’t regret reading this. Enlightening, to say the least.” Janie – Amazon Reviewer

Broken Like Glass
by EJ McCay
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.99 save $3


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Her mistake could lead to her freedom from the past.

When Lillian left her small hometown, she had no intention of ever coming back. That is until her daddy begged her to come home for a short weekend visit. What she didn’t expect was to end up on the wrong side of the law and forced into six months of court-appointed therapy.

What Lillian sees in the mirror is a broken woman. What Jesus wants her to see is his deep abiding love for her. In the midst of the storm, Lilly yearns to be free and Papa wants nothing more to give her that freedom.

A powerful, touching story of Papa-God’s unyielding love for His children.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

What a brilliant book about healing and having a personal relationship with Jesus called Papa. Lilly is a broken young lady trapped in her childhood town where events bring her into forced counceling. After past hidden trauma finally surfaces, she is set free of the things that had caused her so much pain.


It has been a long time since I have read a book in one sitting or stayed up until 3 am in order to finish a book, but I really had no choice in this one. It wrapped its fingers around me and pulled me into the story with its humor, lovable characters, small town charm, and mysterious past.


What a fantastic story! I adore issue-driven Christian fiction, and this hit a happy spot for me. The language was SO Texan I could just hear it coming off the page – and I spent half of my life in Dallas. Lilly was a realistic, fascinating character, and her story was riveting and poignant.


Broken Like Glass combined some of the freshest writing I’ve read in ages. The use of first person present tense was inspired. The plot was layered, complex, and never predictable (the couple of minor plot points I almost predicted were minor in comparison to the major twists I never saw coming).


This story be EJ McCay was an extraordinary novel. I read it from start to finish. I could hardly put it down. It made me laugh and cry. (sometimes both at the same time.) The bond that Lilly has with “Papa” is so strong that I envisioned Him sitting right there with her, guiding her, loving her, teaching her. I envied her relationship with God, and was saddened by her lack of self worth.

Get Broken Like Glass here: Broken Like Glass

About The Author

EJ McCay grew up in Charleston, South Carolina and currently resides in Lubbock, Texas. She lives with her husband, two girls, and four cats.

Writing wasn’t always her dream. That came about when she was in her mid-twenties. Since then, it’s become more than a passion, it’s become part of what makes her tick. She writes in multiple genres from YA to Adult Romance.

When not writing, she’s a nerd-herding lover of Chuck, and enjoyer of good coffee. Some of her favorite books include Ender’s Game, The Percy Jackson Series, and the Alex Van Helsing trilogy–just to mention a few.

You can follow her on Facebook at, Twitter @ElizabethJMcCay, or

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – EJ McCay and ENT appreciate it.


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