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Hungry Heart Kindle Edition
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When things change and Caroline’s life is turned upside down, you really do feel sorry for all parties. If not for her best friend Ethan, who has not given up on her, she would have never been able to open herself back up to the possibility of being happy again. Ethan is the kind of friend that everyone needs in their lives. Never judging her choices whilst trying to nudge her in the right direction. The words of Benedict’s friends are what pushes her to consider her actions ‘you are enough. You are worth every breath you take, and every person you love, and every person who loves you…You deserved every moment of happiness you get, and you also deserve for someone to hold you when you’re down, and let them love you through it’. His words seem to give her the perspective she was missing, leading her back to where she needs to be.
A really great read.
Some good twists and a story that has you rooting for the main characters, Benedict being my favourite. Will definitely look at other books by this author.
i liked everything about this book it was on it from the get go, as the story line evolved it just gets better and better =)
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There's a lot going on, and I am glad I read all three parts together. I don't think I would have liked the cliffhangers at the end of parts one and two.
I'm not going to dissect the story and give away what-all happens, you'll just have to believe that I enjoyed the story. What keeps it from getting 5 stars is mainly just personal preference. I'm not big on first person, and present tense is a tricky thing to do well. For the most part, Ms. Haze does a decent job of pulling it off, but there are occasional tense errors which jarred me out of the bubble - but the fact I was able to get in the bubble for a first person book says a lot. That doesn't often happen for me when reading first.
Polygamy is frowned upon, but in some instances it just works. Caroline and Nathan are proof of this, Rissa and Benedict being their proof. Love is hard to come by, so when you stumble upon it, cherish it, nurture it, enjoy its growth. Every love has its dark secrets, especially when multiple people are involved... So when Caroline hears a private conversation between lovers, her own heart is put at risk...