- File Size: 678 KB
- Print Length: 178 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (January 5, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 5, 2016
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VZZM6A6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #970,030 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Gabe is singing his heart out in concerts almost every night. Living his dream yet he can't get his ex-fiance out of his head and heart. He didn't expect to find her in line with groupies outside the concert grounds, least of all to let him know his father and step-mother had died in an accident.
Micki promised her nephew also Gabe's younger brother she'd let Gabe know of the loss of their parents. She wasn't prepared for the electric connection they shared as high school sweet hearts to still be there when they meet again.
They work together to keep Micki's abusive father from getting custody of Jesse. Their attraction and love can't be denied, though they each have a hard time letting the past go and learning to trust one another. Jesse stole my heart from the moment he popped up in the story. Micki is spunky yet a giant teddy bear and she's extremely relateable. Though at the beginning of the story I wasn't sure how I felt about Gabe he's one hottie mctottie that won me over and kept me up til past midnight determined to find out how their story ended. If you enjoy a heart wrenching love story about hope and redemption I highly recommend Heartsong.
However, I think they needed to talk about things a little more. There were a couple of moments where they were "I know you did something because of this reason" and I could only think “really? How do you know that?” There was no learning moment, no working thru it, just a statement. I think that if there had been more communication between them it would have worked, instead it seemed like they just forgave the past while not addressing it. And I think they need to have that understanding of each other and what happened in order to have an on-going HEA. Otherwise, what about the next time they hit a bump?
The ending also kinda falls in that same line. Most people are going to see part of it a mile away (and I’m not sure why the heroes would be even a little surprised about it), but there is a part that seemed to me to come out of nowhere. I liked to have a bit of a twist, but I kinda would have liked a little more of a suggestion of it earlier in the story as well. There is a tiny bit of a hint but not enough to actually work for me. It seems a bit TOO much of a surprise.
But even though it may seem like these are big issues, they really aren’t – they didn’t impact my overall enjoyment of the story. I still got totally involved in Micki and Gabe’s story as they found their way back to each other again. While I wanted there to be more discussion between them, I still found myself rooting for them all the way to that happy ending moment.
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