Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Heart Knows What The Heart Wants Review...

Estelle "Star" Falconé, a thirty-year-old tattooed bartender, was once a free-spirited dreamer who dabbled in astrology for fun and secretly dreamed of becoming a rock-star some day.

Twenty-one-year-old Shane Harper was once the star of his high school basketball team. With a full ride scholarship, his dream was to play college basketball and study astronomy. When a tragic car accident permanently sidelines his basketball career, college is out of the question.

Sparks fly when their two worlds collide.

Can a relationship survive between a thirty-year-old starry-eyed woman who's on the run from an extremely dangerous man, and a twenty-one-year-old science guy who's hell-bent on protecting her at all cost?

The Heart Knows What the Heart Wants is a 61k word standalone with no cliffhangers.

***Caution*** This book is not suitable for young readers. It is intended for mature adults only (18+) containing adult situations, non-consensual sex and violence. This is a complete, standalone novel. Coming March 6th, 2014!


Reviewed by Erycka:

UGH! I don’t eve know what to say right because I’m torn between being pissed and in love! It’s fair to say that both emotions are trying to rule right now and each have a valid reason. This book has left me reeling.

As we journey from West Memphis to Red Vale along with Estelle (Star) we are given a picture of how hard her life is. She is a thirty year old woman that wants more out of life.  She’s tired of just “existing” rather than “living.” Her relationship with her mother is less than stellar, and her live-in boyfriend is a poor excuse for anything that would qualify him as a man.

One night in a moment of desperation, Estelle makes a decision that will change her destiny. She’s finally taking the reigns of her life back into her hands. And decides she’s worth more.

This was a quick read. There were a couple of times I actually shook my Kindle from being so angry with some of Estelle’s decisions. And there were times that I laughed so hard at the corkiness that I had tears streaming down my face.

4 stars

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