Unbreak My Heart (Childhood Sweethearts Reunited) Kindle Edition
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I just finished reading this novel by Helen Scott Taylor. The lovely cover of this book is perfect for this sweet romance of unrequited love.
I mean, is there anything that burns as hot and as long as unrequited love? I think not. I've explored that theme in several novels I've written.
Ms. Taylor brings emotional depth to the unfulfilled love between Kate Frost and Andre Le Court, who is the kind of hero every woman wants to find. I've read several romances by Helen Scott Taylor, and I have to say she creates a really good hero who is always more than a pretty face.
Throw in a cute little baby, and you get a romance that's irresistible. This emotional journey of these two lovers is more than meets the eye, and each must grow and change to have a shot at a happily ever after.
If you like sweet romance filled with emotion and charming characters, you'll savor this novel.
I first want you to know a little bit about to story... Andre Le Court and Kate Frost have known each other since they were infants. And a huge friendship grows and then turns into a teenage romance... But their lives end up taking different paths, but can they come back together again and keep their childhood promises to each other? You'll have to read and find out!! You won't regret it at all.
Some of the other reviews of this book don't really paint what I see as truthful... If you're like me and love a good romance without all of the blatant sex and nasty stuff, this is the book for you!! I love it and will highly suggest and recommend this book to many others!! I loved it and I think you will too!!
Andre has to “unbreak” Kate’s heart; as a teen he cut out of his life the day after her gave her a ring and promised to marry her. Already on the fringes of social life in her hometown, teenage Kate grieved the loss of her love and best friend. But, she carried on, employing her talents to earn a degree and a good job. She became involved with a man who thrives on attention and wants to be a superstar. For more than four years, they were together, and she became absorbed in him and his life, even if her feelings for him aren’t soul consuming love she’d had for Andre. But, an unplanned pregnancy changed all that. A child didn’t fit into his lifestyle and he wanted her to get rid of the child.
She had the baby on her own, even lived in a caravan for a while, despite the media that followed her trying to get photos of her because of her connection to her ex and seeking photos of his child. She sought refuge with her mother, but was turned away at the gate by her stepfather; he didn’t want the inconvenience of the paps she was trying to get away from.
That’s where this story picks up. Kate goes to the only place she’s ever thought of as home and the only person who ever stood up for her — Jersey and Andre. She shows up one of the hotels he owns, photographers trailing, begging for help. Seeing the one woman he’d ever wanted with another man’s baby was a shock, but he’s determined not to lose her a second time.
Both have issues carried over from childhood, how deeply he hurt her when he dismissed her from his life nine years before, the intervening years. Can they overcome the pain and hurdles, to learn to trust? Can Kate, when it seems Andre is trying to make her into someone else, the proper wife to compliment his lifestyle, not the woman she is? They eventually learn to trust, grow together and think “we” instead of “me” or “me and my baby.” It’s a rough journey, but they get there, eventually. There are plenty of tears shed and frustrations vented along the way.
Taylor does heart-ache well. Really tugged at the heart strings to the point a tissue might be in order.