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Flawed Heart: House Of Obsidian by [Jewel, Bella]
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About the Author

Bella Jewel is a fun-loving Australian and a USA Today bestselling author. She's been writing since she was fifteen, and after her success with her debut novel, Hell's Knights, she has been creating new stories. She is the author of the MC Sinners series, Number Thirteen, and Enslaved by the Ocean.

Roger Wayne hails from small-town Minnesota. He served in the Air Force as a broadcast journalist in South Korea before obtaining his BA in communications and journalism. Roger has recorded for video games, animation, and commercials, and he loves making books come to life. You can see what he's up to at rogerwayne.com.

Lidia Dornet is a Brooklyn-based artist who specializes in voice-over and dance. She is heavily addicted to yoga, karaoke, and all things made of chocolate. Lidia is also obsessed with the Talking Heads, David Bowie, and the Clash.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2374 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 151533872X
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 20, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01048OTG8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,508 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Paige on June 23, 2015
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This book, for me, was a case in which the blurb created so much anticipation and the book just didn't quite meet my expectations. I wanted to like the book much more than I did. The idea behind the story was good, the follow through wasn't.

Max and Belle meet in college. Max is a star football player with an on again, off again girlfriend when he runs into quiet and shy Annabelle. At first they start off friends eventually turning into much more. Eventually marrying, Max starts running his family's club creating a fight club as well while Belle does her own thing.

One night changes everything and Max swirls out of control. He drinks, doesn't come home, fights, does drugs and gambles away all their money. Belle knows something is wrong but can never figure it out. One day she goes to the doctors and finds out she's pregnant but there is no money in her account to pay for the visit. She confronts her husband who tells her he doesn't love her, doesn't know if he ever did, and she needs to leave. To protect herself and her unborn baby, she leaves.

After five years away, her mother gets sick and she goes back home to care for her. Max knows where she is but never seeks her out. Belle, hearing through the grapevine that Max has changed, starts to think maybe she should not have kept their daughter from him and searches him out. They reunite and it's explosive.

*This may contain spoilers but it's hard to hide them when so many of my thoughts surround the choices these two make. So beware.*

As much as I love a second chance love story, this was just was a little weak for my liking. The only fault I saw in Belle's plan was not telling Max he had a daughter. I do not fault her at all for leaving him. She should have.
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First off I just wanna say that I absolutely love this author! Always 1 click all her books. Sadly this one wasn't one of my favorites. I was really looking forward to this book but when I finished it, I just kind of felt disappointed. I loved the parts where we read about how Max and Belle got together. My problems with this book is when they meet again 5 years later. I felt like all Max wanted to do was blame Belle for leaving and not telling him their daughter. Belle just took all the blame and put it mostly on herself. It didn't sound like Max tried looking for her at all. Not until he knew she was back in town. He was the one who pushed her away yet he didn't try to fight for her either. He gets mad at her with the thought of her sleeping with a guy yet he has been sleeping with other women for the past 5 years. I don't know to me Max wasn't someone I really liked in this book. I did like reading about the early days though. This book did have it moments so if you are a fan of the author I still suggest buying. I really can't wait for Rainer's book!
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Good read. I would have given this a higher rating if the storyline wasn't very similar to Til Death by the same author.

***spoilers
H chases off h for her own good, h is pregnant and not tells H, h's mom is dying and eventually died. It was like a repeat read for me. Only in this book the H never fights for the h.
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not original story and lacks character development. Boring and who likes a cheating husband. She should have never returned
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I wanted to like it but Ijust couldn't. I did not like Max. He cannot blame the marriage failing just on her. He pushed her away what did he expect? And on top of that he barely said sorry. He didn't fight for her or try to look for her for five years? Yep but he totally loves her right? But he's had sexx with twenty women. Right that made the readers really believe he loved her. The whole story she kept fighting for him. I understand that keeping the child away was wrong but he was a drunk and gambled all there money did anyone really expect her to stay? Idk I just really wanted to see him fight for her to say I'm sorry to want to work things out but he just lets her have the blame. hi think this story could of been better. I wish it would of bc I did like the whole concept.
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Gifted for an honest review – 3 stars
Always have a love for Bella Jewels books but this wasn’t her best. The cover on this is beautiful and the synopsis definitely grabbed my attention. A quickish, straight through read for me but a little disappointing. It was very clichéd, and when that happens the reader immediately looks for the differences that make it something more. I didn’t really find that in here. The big reveal wasn’t so big after all and I struggled to connect Max’s subsequent actions with his trauma. Yes, it was dire circumstances but I expected something a lot bigger in all truthfulness. It needed to be in order to solicit that amount of destruction that came in the aftermath for Max and Belle.
Character development was a little iffy for me also. The story is told from two pov’s, Max and Belle’s, it kind of worked but again it felt seriously underdeveloped to me. I felt I got snippets of the main characters lives instead of a full story. Max was so up and down that it gave me a little headache and Belle I found I could take or leave. I didn’t feel all that connected nor invested in this story. I couldn’t get a flow going with my reading either and that spoilt my enjoyment unfortunately.
There’s a decent enough plot here with characters that could be more likeable but I just didn’t feel it and I’m afraid I just have 3 stars for this. I’m thinking (hoping) the next House of Obsidian book will be a meatier story with better constructed characters and more emotion for the reader to feed off.
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