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Heart of Glass Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07PVTFRRX
- Publisher : Velvet Pen Books (March 28, 2019)
- Publication date : March 28, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2832 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 233 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #930,018 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That's what I love about a Jordyn White book! So engaging and captivating-I did not want to put it down, but alas life calls!
I loved Mia and Luke, each with their own secrets and pain, but each of them able to move through life making it through, but is that really living? Mia was a very strong woman who was able to love and forgive and keep seeking the good she knew Luke had in him.
Luke, Luke, what awful pain to live with! But oh my goodness when his shattered heart was ready to accept Mia's open heart, WOW!
The descriptions used to explain making the glass sculpture and the finished glass sculpture are amazing-you feel like you can actually see it being made and the completed piece! So beautiful- Just like the story!
Mia's friends sounded like a lot of fun and I cant wait to learn more about them in coming books! I'm sure they will have some great stories of their own-and hopefully we can get updates about Luke and Mia. I also enjoyed re-visting Swan Pointe, the same beach town we're familiar with from previous books.
This book was my very first read by Jordyn White and I was immediately smitten with the blurb. I wanted to read it as I am sucker for second chances and in this case...it was Luke's.
Since high school Mia has been crashing on Luke. With the time her feelings got deeper. But what do you do when your good friend is married? Pretend! That's, what she's been doing all the time. After her grandfather's death she returns back to her family in California.
When they meet after 2 years due to his commition for glass sculpture in her town, her feeling haven't disappeared at all. If anything they got stronger.
He is trying to avoid her, not because he doesn't like her, he likes her way too much. And now that he is single again... although it wouldn't be right as the Art has always been his passion and priority no. 1.
He fights his darkness, but she brings so much light into his life, that he starts to fight his feelings too.
Would love to art or love to Mia win?
I loved every second of their story and truly enjoyed Jordyn's writing
Mia had big dreams and ended up in New York City. She landed working at an art studio and it’s here she meets Luke. She becomes inspired by his art and against her better judgement she falls for him. Sadly, Luke is a married man and she just sticks to a strictly platonic friendship with him. Mia is very good at compartmentalizing her feelings. When a death in her family has her going back home, she knows it’s for the best and this is where she is supposed to land. Now running her own art studio, she has a life for herself and a group of friends and family who love her so. When she suggests Luke for an art installation at the local botanical garden, she doesn’t realize how hard seeing him will be.
Luke is a glass artist and has made a name for himself in NYC. He lives with the tremendous guilt and self-hatred thanks to his recently deceased wife. They were in the process of divorce when she had a tragic accident and now Luke is just going through the motions. When he is offered this position, he immediately jumps for it. Maybe some time away from the city will be what he needs to heal. He doesn’t expect to fall for Mia so quickly or for all his ugly insecurities to surface.
This book took the verbally and mentally abused woman and flipped it. Luke suffered some serious issues of not having much self-worth. He had a big heart and he really tried with Gwen, but she stomped on him repeatedly. Mia was almost too much of a pushover for me. I didn’t really connect with the story too much. It was very sugary sweet at times and maybe that was what the author was going for. Her group of friends are very extra. When I say they discuss everything they discuss everything. It got to be too much. I guess this story is perfect for someone who like a little secretive story line with their sugary sweet romance. Luke and Mia are perfect for each other.