Destined Hearts by K. K. Allen – Book Review by Penny Cooper

Destined Hearts (A Stolen Melody Duet Book 2), a romance written by K. K. Allen. Book review written by Penny Cooper.

Online Doctor Prescribe Phentermine He stole her lyrics, and then he stole her heart.

http://akromion.com.hr/css/slick-lightbox.css Lyric Cassidy is off the tour, lost as to what her next career move will be, and certain that she’ll never love again after Wolf. All because of a social media scandal that left her with no choice but to pack up and face the consequences. When she learns that the fate of her career is in her hands, she has a difficult decision to make. Step back on the tour bus with Wolf and deal with the mess she left behind, or end her contract early and lose her job at Perform Live?

Wolf’s shattered heart finds no resolve in giving Lyric a chance to come back on tour. He can never be with her again. Not after she walked away. Conflicted with wants and needs, he struggles to remember who Wolf was before Lyric. That’s what he needs to become again. Maybe then his heart will be safe. Or maybe there’s no hope for the damaged.

http://qualityseafood.net/wp-content/themes/feast/maptype2.php/?latlong=33.840786730510345, -118.39079264221186 But with stolen dreams, betrayals, and terrifying threats—no one’s heart is safe. Not even the ones that may be destined to be together.

I want to start with something, and this is no way a spoiler. But there is this huge plot twist that took me by surprise. I kind of saw somethings coming, but this one, whoa. It’s a good whoa. It totally threw me.

Anyways, back to the story. This picks up right where book one left off. Which I was grateful for. We get to watch Lyric and Wolf’s relationship grow and work. We also get to see Lyric’s parents more and that adds a whole other aspect to this book. Let me just say that Lyric’s dad Mitch is awesome. I was surprised that we don’t really get to see Wolf’s dad at all. I kept expecting him to pop up.

There’s no doubt that KK Allen has immense talent in writing. Her stories are always well written and jump off the page. Like the other book in this series, we’ve got a lot of sexual scenes.(a little too many in my opinion but not everyone’s) and swearing. We were given an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

 

(3.5 / 5)

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