- File Size: 1888 KB
- Print Length: 231 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: New Authors Online (September 13, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 13, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00F6HUGJ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #562,412 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Oh Stupid Heart (A Long Road to Love Book 2) Kindle Edition
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began in Liza's book, Worst Week Ever. Oh Stupid Heart has in-depth characters, excellent story line, and
is delightfully funny. I have loved both of Liza's previous books (Worst Week Ever and Saving Casey) and definitely
recommend this one as well. Excellent book!!
Liza has come up with a wonderful continuation of Trent and Carrie's story. Trent though trying to improve continues to prove Rome wasn't built in a day. And Carrie continued to show love really can be blind.
This was a whirlwind ride that I had a hard time putting down definitely enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what comes next
Mars, Jack and Sam are back to help Carrie and Trent but my heart broke for Sam. There is a secret that Jon shares with Trent that really through me for a loop. ;) Great twist and explains alot of Sam's resentment towards Trent but Sam deserves better. He is still holding a candle for Carrie though. In some ways, so does Mars but he views her as a somewhat savior to his own job with Trent. Read the book and see if you agree with me.
I loved the introduction of Jon and Patty. They are the ones that truly humanized Trent for me in this book. I finally understood where Trent truly came from growing up and with talking to Jon, Trent realized that he could leave his former life behind and build a future with Carrie. Plus, he's a writer that I swear everyone had read and love except Trent.
The office situations were the best in the book for me. Grant was a slime, Coco a complete witch and Dan was the glue that made Carrie finally feel appreciated and necessary when it came to her work. Loved, loved how Carrie finally stood up for herself and got mad a Trent during a work situation too. Of course, it broke her heart afterwards but I felt like Carrie was coming around to the fact that Trent didn't always truly value her as an employee.Read more ›
This is not a typical love story. But there are many parts where you cheer for Carrie, are glad Trent is not as bad as he was, and are gleeful when Coco gets what's coming to her.
Overall, this is a great read and lives up to the title and blurb.
By Liza O’Connor
Carrie Hanson is in love with a different species: Trent, a pampered, uber-rich socialite who’s also her boss. Everyone keeps telling her it’s a train wreck looking to happen, but her heart wants what it wants. So despite the billion and one reasons not to, Carrie commits to this inter-species relationship. But while she's off being trained for her new job responsibilities, a beautiful ex fiancée is working hard to get Trent back and Carrie fired.
Carrie and Trent have finally admitted their feelings but the road to love is never smooth. Jealousy and insecurities are a part of any relationship but when couples are as different as Trent and Carrie, it’s bound to happen. Not to mention, it seems like the world is out to get them…or at least Trent’s ex-fiance!
Oh Stupid Heart is the second book in the Long Road to Love series and continues the wacky relationship that began in Worst Week Ever. I loved how caring and sweet Carrie is. She is more than willing to put up with just about anything, yet remains true to her moral compass. Trent has improved a bunch since the first book but still has a way to go. He doesn’t have a filter when he’s angry.
Ms. O’Connor writes a fun story that engages the reader and keeps them laughing with the wacky events that happen. I like how Trent has changed but I still worry that Carrie is putting more into this relationship than he is. Although I love how she’s developing a backbone with Trent and not letting him or others run her over.
I'm looking forward to the rest of this series!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Zaniness lives on!
This is a continuation of the story from Book 1, BUT there's a lot of rehashing of the events in Book 1, so if you didn't read #1, the only thing... Read more
Ok, so going into the series the writer draws more characters into the story, a little twist thrown into the mix to have you wondering how it's going to play out, still giving... Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by Kazkgb
This book was simply a light, endearing read. If you think you're having a bad day, think again! There are moments where you will simultaneously cringe and laugh out loud over... Read morePublished on May 23, 2014 by a. maurer
I have read all of Liza O'Connor's books and with each one, I fall in love with her writing a little bit more. Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by Felice Stevens
After reading Worst Week Ever (A Long Road to Love) I had high hopes for "Oh Stupid Heart." Liza O'Connor did not disappoint. Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by Maria Hammarblad
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