Book 5, Shattered Hearts
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From New York Times best selling author Cassia Leo, comes a gritty love story about overcoming your demons.
A steady stream of meaningless sex is all Tristan has left when he discovers the grandmother who raised him is dying and his best friend is getting married. He is lost; and the dark secrets in his past keep coming back to remind him of this.
Until Tristan has an idea that will change his life and fulfill his dying grandmother's wishes: Abandon his playboy ways and settle down. And who better to do it with than Senia, the girl who has occupied his thoughts since their scorching tryst in the back of his sports car. The only girl who makes him laugh and feel like a kid again.
But when his world begins to crumble around him, the pain Tristan is hiding finds its way to the surface. Will Tristan finally learn to trust again? Or will he abandon his chance at real love?
What's New in Version 2.3
Happy endings are my favorite
You'll get an outside look into the life of Chris and Claire as well as understand what was going on with everyone else in the band, perspective of their lives will develop your love for all of them more in depth and make you come to know them in an entirely different perspective. Read it you'll enjoy it if you liked the others in the series.
What a great book
This book was amazing. I was touched by Tristan and Senia. I would love to have their story continue into marriage and more babies. Great book and Will be recommending this on good reads too. I have one thing to say about Elaine, what a terrible mother. Which you can not even call her that. She is a evil person.
It was great to find a story that you can root for both characters, and experience their growth and triumph. Loved it!!!! Must buy - absolutely
A very quick read
I'm not convinced this is the same author that wrote Clare and Chris's story because this one was missing several of the pieces needed to make this story unbelievable. I was not captured by the story. It was almost childish. Clare and Chris's story had so much passion. This was like a side story to fill in some missing pieces for one of the band members lives. Sure he had a troubled past, but he did not hesitate to share that dark past with Molly or his girlfriend. I cannot even remember the main characters names, that's hoe unattached I was in reading this. I'm disappointed in this love story.