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Changing Hearts is the third book in the Chasing Butterflies series and while they all can be read as standalones, I'd advise you to read them in order as they all hold spoilers to the previous books. I also believe that you will enjoy Changing Hearts a lot more if you get to know the characters from the beginning. Anyway, I just think that you shouldn’t miss out on Kelly’s and Chance’s story because those books are awesome but you don’t necessarily have to read them.
Sawyer and Ashton have been best friends for a long time now and although they even share their women, they each fight their own demons.
For most people Sawyer is a hot player who comes from money, likes to party and have fun with women; because they don't know him.
There are reasons behind his actions and he does everything for the people he deeply cares for. They always come first even if it means for him to get hurt along the way.
Eventually he has to realize that everyone has to live his own life and that he has to let got.
Life goes on and people change. As hard as it might be to accept, nothing stays the same forever.
You cannot believe how happy I was when I finally received Sawyers book. Sawyer and Ashton have always been intriguing characters and there has always been and partly still is a mystery about them.
Although I knew the characters from the previous books, I had no Idea on where the story would go because there were so many possibilities but I loved Sawyer more with everything new I learned about him.
You might not believe me but Sawyer was one of the most selfless and caring characters I've read about in a long time. He was hurt and hid behind this person everyone knew, the carefree and hard partying guy.
We got some really scorching HOT scenes in this book.
There was once a girl between the boys and their friendship survived but at what cost? Now there’s another girl but this time’s different and the dynamic and change it brought with it was compelling. It was impossible for me to put the book down.
In the end, I can only say that the author did a fantastic job. There were some touchy subjects but they never made the story heavy. It was more like dipping your toes in. Problems were solved in a 'nice' way but the focus of the story never wavered and was mostly on Sawyer.
There's so much more I want to write but I don't like to give too much away so I hope you will pick up this book and get to know Sawyer and his story because it's absolutely worth it!
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This book had one of my hard limits when it comes to books….Love Triangle. But this wasn’t your ordinary triangle, I can’t say more because you need to read the story to see what I mean. I will also warn readers that if you don’t like threesomes in your books, then this isn’t the read for you. There are MFM scenes that are pretty descriptive.
I have to be honest and say that this book is the reason I’m not a huge fan of the college romance. Sawyer was everything I don’t like to see in my Heroes. He came off as quite immature in this story and he took player to a whole other level. I just couldn’t connect with his character like I wanted to. I didn’t have better luck when it came to the heroine Shelly either. I didn’t like the games these two played throughout the whole story and then when it came time for them to get together it didn’t seem believable.
Now let me tell you what I did like….I loved the writing style of the author. Her books always suck me in and this story did that but I was rolling my eyes quite a lot. Normally this would’ve been a DNF for me but because I love the writing of the author, I kept reading and held out hope it would get better. I liked that we got to see Brie, Chance, Kelley and Lenora again in this story. No you don’t have to read their books to follow this story line. Although I would suggest reading Catching Fireflies first because we meet Shelly and Sawyer in that book and it will give you a good backdrop for their story.
I know this review sounds like I didn’t like the book, but I did, it just didn’t WOW me like the others in this series. I truly feel this book is meant for a certain type of reader. Not everyone will like this book.
If you are a fan of the college romance story that has a lot of angst and drama and you don’t mind the Hero being a player then this is the book for you.
You remember Shelly from "Chasing Butterflies," right? She liked Kelly. Unfortunately, Kelly's soulmate Lenny walked back into his life with a little surprise, and they rode off into the sunset when Kelly got drafted into the NFL. Anyway, Shelly's had an off and on relationship with Sawyer for years, but Shelly sensed there was something going on with Ash. So, she backed off and let them figure it out. Sawyer and Shelly had a push and pull situation between them with crazy chemistry. Sawyer's an ass, but in the same breath he's protecting her from her jerky boyfriend. She also has some serious problems with her self-esteem and self-image. She always thought she was fat, I guess she could thank her "daddy issues" for that. Something she has in common with Sawyer.
Sawyer is a tortured rich kid. His father has him by balls. If he doesn't do what his dad wants, he'll get cut off and have to fend for himself. He knows he's only months from graduation, so he goes along with it. Sawyer has to please his father, but also go after what he wants in life. He doesn't wannabe like his father; a no good cheating ass with an ego the size of Mars. Sawyer knows Shelly's the girl who got away. He wants her, but he knows he screwed up. He wants to prove he's good enough for her, but instead he keeps pushing her away. Sawyer notices Shelly's self-image problems, but he never pushes her. He wants to protect her from all the demons Shelly tries to hide, but he's fighting his own demons. Midway through the book Sawyer finally figures out Shelly's different. She's special.
I was weirded out by Sawyer/Shelly/Ash's dynamic. I know it's a "normal" thing these days, but I've never read a book with Changing Hearts' crazy plot twists. I was emotional. I went from happy to sad in about 3 seconds flat. I felt like I was in an emotional Nascar race. I loved the first 2 books in the series, however Changing Hearts was not my cup of tea. She really took me out of my comfort zone and into the twilight zone. I usually love college romance books. I just couldn't get onboard with Changing Hearts.