Heartache (A Heartache Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Like I said, Roman is an up and coming artist with mad skills. He’s not only extremely talented, but extremely sexy, but extremely damaged. Because of past events, he is processing some internal trauma that has left him jaded in more ways than one. His family life is fubarred, and his love life fares no better. Roman doesn’t “do” relationships. He enters into mutually sexual agreements. The moment feels come into play, it’s a wrap. Oh, and to top it off, he has a stalker sending him cryptic, creepy emails containing declarations of love and promises of happiness.
Roman keeps his circle tight and only lets in a select few. There’s Brad, Malik, and my girl Bianca, or B. Brad and Malik are used to his douche-y ways, but Bianca ain’t having it. She’s ride or die, and if she claims you as a friend, that’s what you’re gonna get in return-to the point of nuisancy (yeah, I made that up) at times, but you feel for B because her home life is effed up too. Her parents front like they’re the Huxtables, but are really more like The Bundys-but with money. Bianca needed closeness and to feel loved, and Roman had his head so far up his ass that he couldn’t even see it. Instead, he pushed her away. But for all of this, I was routing hard for Roman. And for B. And for Roman and B. Arghhhhhh!!!
While this mad rant sounds like I hated the book, I actually didn’t. Books that strike a nerve with me-good or bad, is a good book. Any book that has you screaming like a fool and shaking your head like a morocco is a good book. I actually did have a soft spot for Roman. He just drove me absolutely nuts for most of the story, but I won’t tell you if he redeemed himself or not. This is where you click and find out for yourself!
Final rating: 4.5 stars. I took off half because I got a sore throat and a minor case of whiplash ;)
Danielle Allen does an amazing job at keeping you guessing who the stalker may be. There is a short list of potentials, and all of them seem to be perfect candidates. Roman and his friends, particularly Bianca, are trying to figure out who this woman might be. Figuring out the stalker isn't the only suspense in the book.
We learn early on that Roman has trust issues and doesn't let a lot of people get close to him because of some issues in his past. When the secrets from his past are revealed, his lack of trust is understandable. He needs to heal, and the one person who may be able to help him with that is right by his side, but the pain and guilt may be to much for him to let her in.
Heartache is a story of friendship, love, and healing. Definitely recommend.