Saturday, July 21, 2012

Unbreak My Heart by Helen Scott Taylor

They were inseparable until family conflict tore the teenaged sweethearts apart. Nine years later, she turns up at his prestigious hotel with the paparazzi at her heels and the six-week-old daughter of her celebrity ex in her arms. She has nowhere left to run except back to the place where she left her heart. Can they forgive the pain of the past, accept each other as they are now, and rediscover the childhood love that was snatched away from them?

As usual, Helen Scott Taylor delivers a worthy read.  The characters are fascinating and you instantly like and care about them.  Honestly, the storyline was a little too convenient for me.  He needs an ad rep and she just happens to be one.  She needs a place to stay and he just happens to own a hotel.  Convenience at it's best.  Given that, it's still definitely worth picking up and reading.  Even though you know the direction the story is headed from the very beginning, it's a tale of love that's been put on hold, and one you won't want to miss.  Sometimes we all need a little hope that things will work out how we so desperately need them to.  This beautifully crafted tale will pull you back into the world of romance and make you believe in true love.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Shawn

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