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Title: His Heart
Author: Claire Kingsley
Genre: Contemporary Romance

 Release Date: November 8, 2017

 
 
 

 

Blurb
 

 

Brooke Summerlin’s life is like a Cinderella story. Raised
by an abusive, drug addicted mother, she desperately hides the truth about
where she comes from. But Prince Charming arrives in the form of Liam, the most
popular guy at school. He sweeps into her life and carries her away to what is
supposed to be a happily ever after.
 
Until it isn’t.
 
Sebastian McKinney is the son of an Iowa state champion
wrestler, and that’s what he’s going to be. Wrestling is his life. He’s
focused. Determined. Nothing will stand in his way. 
Except a silent illness that almost kills him.
 
Brooke’s greatest tragedy becomes Sebastian’s second chance
at life.  Four years later, he’s moving forward, his body healthy, while
she is left to sink in grief that threatens to drown her.
 
But sometimes love transcends the boundaries of life and
death—between what is known and what cannot be explained. The heart that loved
Brooke continues to beat, and even now, it still beats for her.

 

 
 
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Author Bio

 

Claire Kingsley writes smart, sexy romances. She’s in love with love, and finds inspiration in the stories of broken people who find love and healing together—with a generous dose of steam.She can’t imagine life without coffee, her Kindle, and the sexy heroes who inhabit her imagination. She’s living out her own happily ever after in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and three kids.

 
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There are only two words I have as my thoughts on His Heart by Claire Kingsley. And those two words are “IT HURTS” …

 

When you read the Blurb you kind of know where the story will go at least for some part. So when you finally have the book in your hands and start the journey I was torn between wanting to read the book and dreading to read the book.

 

It has been a long time since I felt like this. The author really uses the whole arsenal she lets you meet the characters – and she lets you develop feelings for all of them ( OK I admit mostly for the guys) but she always at every turn raises her hand and you are reminded of the warning signs. Those signs say YOU WILL GET HURT IN THE PROCESS

 

So what happened was … I read a chapter and then two – then I had to stop … then I read the next chapter … I placed the book down … picked up a totally different book and read it completely then went back again to read a chapter. And so on … I think I read 5 other books while actually reading this book.

 

Usually you would take this as a sign that something is wrong with the book but in this case I beg to differ – absolutely NOTHING was wrong … it was all on me … dreading what would happen … I was scared and it felt like if I do not read it  – it would not happen.

 

So if you are looking for emotions ? and I am talking “the fault in your stars” (not subject wise but HURTwise) you came to the right place… this book deserves its 5 hurtful stars

 

Read it … I dare you …..

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