Sunday, 21 February 2016

Heartless by Vanessa Marie

Genre: Cometempory/Romance
Style: Romantic, Heartbreaking and Witty
Recommended: 17+
Other: Frist in the Chasing Hearts Series

I just finished this book and I absolutely loved it. This story is about a young girl, Charlie, who has heart problems and her struggle with falling in love with someone who is off limits. Without giving too much away, this is basically the struggle for two people who love each other to be together throughout all obstacles. Charlie is such a refreshing character and I love her personality so much. Her best friends Jules and Sarah are also such interesting characters and their banter is really funny and fresh. This book made me laugh and cry and so many emotions in between, This is a story of love and struggle to deal with illness. This book is so well written with and interesting and engaging plot and I wouldn't change a thing. Perfect for someone looking for a heart-wrenching love story which is also witty and enjoyable. Recommended age 17+ due to explicit love scenes and potentially upsetting medical issues.


Where other girls had childhoods full of Girl scouts, parties and sleepovers.
Charlie’s was full of hospitals, surgeries and the fight to survive.Forced to grow up quickly, she learned not to let anyone in.What was the point? People always let her down.Then Sam Greyson walked into her life.He broke down the walls she’d built around herself and forced his way into her heart. She finally let someone see the real, bruised, damaged girl inside.Then everything came crashing down.The man she’s opened up to…The man she’s let see her darkness…The man she’s fallen for… is off limits.He’s her new Creative Writing Teacher.Will Charlie deny her own happiness to protect everything he had worked for?If giving him up meant he could have a normal life… She would do it in a broken heartbeat. 

Other books in the Chasing Hearts series:
Heartless (#1)
Breathless (#2)

Suggested reads:
  • Teach Me by Any Lynn Steele
  • Heartstrings by Heather Gunter
  • When Summer Ends by Isabelle Rae
  • Wide Awake by Shelly Crane 
  • What I Didn't Say by Keary Taylor

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