Heartbreakers and Heroes Kindle Edition
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REFORMING THE HEARTBREAKER by Christine Glover
After trying to avoid him for eight years, Ryder Bennett is back in Addison Carrington’s life. Ryder, an Olympic hopeful, was involved in a tragic car accident that could have all sorts of negative repercussions on his career. Taking over from her ailing father, Addison is now managing Ryder’s account. They had been best friends in college, Addison tutored Ryder; she was a total geek and not that stylish. Addison has worked hard at making herself over, and she is now stunning. She had had a terrible crush on Ryder in college, she had managed to just about forget about him, until he’s back in her life and needs her help. Their falling out was because Ryder humiliated Addison publicly in college; he regretted it immediately, but there was nothing he could do, the damage was done. Addison is determined to keep things professional, but when she sees another side to Ryder, she starts to reconsider her options.
I was captivated right from the beginning, because the characters are extremely well defined and interesting. Ryder is a mountain bike rider who came from nowhere and made good, and Addison is serious about saving Ryder’s career when he hits a serious snag. And how wonderful it was to see a female character deal realistically with weight issues. REFORMING THE HEARTBREAKER’s story is very solid, and a lot happens even though it is a novella. I really felt the connection between Addison and Ryder, even though they had issues to settle. He had some serious making up to do. Addison is a very strong woman, she has worked hard to get where she is, so did Ryder, and their reunion was not easy.Read more ›
My absolute favorite story from this set is Her Heartbreaker Boss by Carmen Falcone. The writing is flawless, the characters are sexy and full of life, and the chemistry is off the charts. This is one of those books I wish was longer because I could happily read about Stefano and Roxie for two hundred or more pages and not get bored. If you’re not a fan of second chances, this story will make you a believer.
The other stories in this set are worth the read, as well. I was just highlighting my favorite, but they all are enjoyable and entertaining. Each story has something special that makes this set standout from others. I highly recommend this boxset to all romance readers.
Note: I have a jam-packed review schedule, and had hoped to read all the novellas within this boxed set before posting the review. Unfortunately, time and life got in the way, so I was only able to read half of them. But those six novellas were all amazing quality with entertaining stories, so I have no doubt the rest of the books I didn't get to are also the same.
I reviewed each of the novellas that I did read as a separate entity below.
Hiding with the Heartbreaker
by Virginia Nelson
My Rating: B
For a novella, this story was surprisingly complete. There was a lot of action and I felt like I got to connect with the characters really well. The story takes place on the road trip so the two characters get to know each other really well, really quickly. I liked how annoyed Al was with Jude at the beginning and how those feelings evolved. It was an easy read.
My only real issue with the story was the premise of why they were on the road in the first place. I thought Jude's reason for running was incredibly stupid and flimsy. Why would someone take off like that? It was such a small part of the overall story that I think the details could have been rewritten to make it more believable...like the killers thought she saw their faces and now are after her. But that's my take on it.
How to Unbreak a Heart
by Jennie Marts
My Rating: A
I adore second chance at love stories and this was a good one. Trip left one night when he and Bre were 18. He left without a word or a goodbye. It broke both his heart and Bre's, but he didn't have a choice in the matter. He hasn't seen her since that night until the start of this novella.Read more ›
Once a Heartbreaker by TJ Kline - 5 stars - This is a wonderful second chance story and these characters will grip your heart right from the start. Rayne and Ty were teenage sweethearts. Rayne was certain they would spend the rest of their lives together. That is until the day Ty told her he was leaving and didn't love her anymore. Now Ty is back in Saddle Creek and plans to get Rayne back no matter what it takes.
How to be a Heart Breaker by Codi Gary - 5 stars - A super fun story where past hurts are put to rest and futures planned! Bash is returning to Promise, Idaho after 12 years. After leaving at 18 for the bright lights of Hollywood, now he's bought a vacation home and plans to spend all his down time here. The last person who wants to see him though appears to be Ashlynn Marks. After surviving the humiliation of a teenage prank involving Bash, the last thing she wants is to end up living next door to him. Fate seems to have plans for them that can't be denied!
This collection needs to be on everyone's must read list.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I will give this collection 5 stars overall, as there are more good stories than bad (and the couple of bad ones weren’t that bad. I’ve certainly read worse. Read morePublished 1 day ago by LunaAmbrosia
I read every one of the stories in this set and they are all fantastic. 12 men who grew up on a ranch for at risk youths all have one thing in common, the man who mentored them... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jane Nelson
This is a review for Hayson Manning's story Tutoring The Heartbreaker To Love and I have to say it is a fabulous story and I am looking forward to the other stories in this boxed... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mrs. Helen Sibbritt
Great collection of stories from an excellent group of authors.
12 Heartbreakers remember the mentor that taught them to be Heros and the women that brought that lesson... Read more
The review is for Once A Heartbreak by T.J. Kline in this box set. Cannot wait to read the other stories in this set. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Pauline Frost
Each story in this collection features a hero who will break your heart, but then kiss it all better and mend it again. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kate Forest
For this review, I will only be talking about the three novellas in the Heartbreaks and Heroes box set that I have read at this point. Read morePublished 28 days ago by C. Biby
Im a busy mom who works part time so my favorite thing to read is novellas. When I was offered the chance to read/review this set of novellas - I jumped on it like a dog on a... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amber@WickedGoodReads
I loved the concept of this anthology! Twelve men all deeply affected by the man who served as their mentor and taught them the rules they needed to live by but they each manage to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Williams