Series: Scarred Hearts #1
Author: Felicia Tatum
Publish Date: 07.11.13
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc
Recommended for: 18+
Grammar/editing: B – a few small errors (e.g. threw instead of through)
Received from: the author (in exchange for an honest review)
Goodreads: Mangled Hearts
Date completed: 07.28.13
Description from the publisher:
Francesca and Cade
Can two loves find their way back to each other despite an addiction and a hardened heart? Will their love overcome it all?
Francesca Taymon is young, successful, and broken. A tragic accident, years ago, haunts her to this day, and she blames only one person--the one that holds her heart. When she finally gets her first case, will she be able to handle seeing him again? Can she do her job and keep her heart intact?
Cade Kelling doesn’t take life seriously. He’s reckless and irresponsible, drinking all his problems away. When his parents bail him out for the last time, will he be able to handle seeing Francesca after all of these years? Will he be able to tell her what really happened that night 5 years ago or will he lose her forever?
And the most important question….
Can these mangled hearts be mended?
I laughed. I cried. I denied the need for sleep. Honestly, last night, 2am, I knew I needed to go to bed, but I took my Kindle with me, and read for two more hours, because I didn’t want to leave these people.
Every time Cade said, “anything for you, Francesca,” I melted. It reminded me of, “as you wish,” in The Princess Bride movie. Not that this is a retelling of that story. It was just that one line that tickled my brain cells. This was a love story of its own design and rhythm.
I am so glad that I already have the other two books released by Ms. Tatum. I won them in a contest yesterday and they just moved up on my To Be Read list!
The Scarred Hearts series:
1. Mangled Hearts: Francesca and Cade
2. Anxious Hearts: Daphne and Zander
Also from Felicia Tatum:
The White Aura Series
1. The White Aura
2. The Vessel
Originally posted 07.28.2013 on my previous website
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