Lissa's Review: Paper Hearts (Hearts #2) by Claire Contreras
Kindle Unlimited Publisher: Self-Published Released: September 9th 2015 Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance Length: 351 pages Format: eBook, Paperback Add to Goodreads Buy Links
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I lost her.
No. I threw her away.
She was my best friend.
I was never supposed to fall in love with her. I was careless. She was heartbroken. I thought I was doing fine. But here she is, years later, forced to work with me, reminding me why I fell in love with her in the first place.
And this time I'm going to do everything in my power to never let her go. Five Boundless Stars
"Real love stories never end"
As you can tell by that quote, this book is about love. No matter the highs or lows. The goodbyes, that are really not goodbyes.
You meet Jensen and Mia and you wonder how these two souls could ever be apart. After a shocking revelation, they are thrown apart. But the entire time they never stopped wondering about each other. Looking at each other on the sidelines.
Love can be heartbreaking but at the same time. It can mean so many things. While reading I was debating on the stars I would give it. I mean a lot of times I wanted to slap Mia myself and say really look at him, could you be with anyone else?
Jensen made choices, I don't want to say mistake because I think it was meant to play out that way. It was how Mia dealt with it. Even though they were apart for so long, she never really found any type of closure. So some how she lived five years with all of this just simmering on the surface. How? I have no idea.
But I came to the realization that I loved this story. No matter how many times Mia ran away, no matter how many times Jensen was confusing. But he never stopped. He was going to win her no matter the case.
I'm glad I had a chance to jump in their lives and saw their love play out. But the quote above is the theme for this. Cause you never really let go, one way or another true love finds a way.
*I haven't read the first one in the series, didn't realize it at first. But you could read without the first one.