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Have My Heart Paperback – March 24, 2014
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Gwen has fallen for her new neighbor, Blake. Their chemistry is instant and palpable. Gwen writes in her diary just how much she loves him, and his daughter Maya. It's not until Maya confides in Gwen a very scary incident with Maya that Gwen realizes the intensity of their situation. She fears for little Maya, and in an attempt to save her the ridicule she distances herself from Blake. But love isn't as simple as that, and Gwen finds that staying away from the man she loves is near impossible.
To date, this is my favorite story of Rene Folsom's. The writing was, as always, on point and very passionate - almost poetic in its narrative. The story was very inspirational, tapping on a topic that isn't talked about enough nowadays. Hate is still alive, and it's a tragic thing. In this story the love goes beyond color, but the prejudice of those who can't look beyond it causes suspense and drama within Gwen and Blake's world. The resolution was beautiful and just, and I couldn't help but feel joy at the end of the story.
Interwoven is Rene's signature erotica, spicing the story further. It's, as always, blush worthy and capturing. She never disappoints with her stories and surely never will!
Gwen pours her heart into her journal, hiding her feelings for the man that some people in her town warn her against loving. That doesn't change what Blake and his adorable daughter, Maya, mean to her. Gwen must weigh her feelings against the safety of Blake and his daughter. How will her heart survive if she has to walk away?
This story while short is probably one of my favorites of Rene's short stories and touches on different emotions and even social issues that most of us believe are in the past.
This is a must read, no doubt about it.