Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Review: Heavy Hearts

Heavy Hearts Heavy Hearts by Kylie Kaemke
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wow, Why it took me so long to read this book? Honestly I don't know. But I will make it clear that I regret just having it sit in my Kindle waiting to be read.
At First I was somewhat confused but the more I got into the book of course the more I understood.
Simon, Malcolm and Finn, where to begin with these men. They all have so much love, but if I had to pick one, my favorite would be Simon. This book kept me guessing on what Miss Lucy Whitten was going to do, I went through every emotional state with her.
One of my favorite partes of this book
(I did have a couple so it's kinda hard to pick one)
Would be how Lucy came into terms with her emotions, How we sometimes have to go through something so drastic to be able to see and know for a fact who is the one, the one true love that is hard for many to find, and some never do!
(Somewhere in the book you will read something similar) The scenes in this book are well written, it makes you feel the pain & confusion. I love that.
If I had to change something in this book without giving anything away, would be Finn's life, I know even now in real life what happened to Finn I'm sure could be something that happened to someone in this world, it's just I feel had his life been different, we would of seen more of the Finn that Lucy loved.
If you are someone who loves to read some type of romance, even if it means that you don't get the ending you wish for sometimes, this book is for you.
I hate that it took me so long to actually start it, but once I did I loved it.
I give it 4 Stars.

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The Fault in Our Stars
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