HOMETOWN HEARTLESS by Carrie Aarons
Release Date: January 23
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One year ago, the boy next door was captured as a prisoner of
The boy whose window faces mine.
The backyard buddy who bandaged up my skinned knees.
The childhood crush that kept me up at night, wondering if he’d ever
be my boyfriend.
The town hero I wrote endless letters to after he shipped out.
The green-eyed charmer who promised me a kiss the day I turned
And now, he’s home.
But he didn’t come back as the boy I once knew.
He’s a man now, one with demons I can’t comprehend.
The damaged soldier keeps telling me I’m not his anymore.
That the war took him, turned him into someone
What he hasn’t considered is that it took me, too.
He swears there is nothing left between us, that his heart died
overseas. But with each look through our windows, we both know his lies are just that. With each fated
meeting, the truth only becomes more evident.
Everett Brock occupies the shadows now.
And as much as I try to pull him into the light, it seems the switch is
What he doesn’t realize is that I’m willing to follow him into the
About the Author:
Author of romance novels such as The Tenth Girl and Privileged, Carrie
Aarons writes books that are just as swoon-worthy as they are sarcastic. A former journalist, she prefers
the love stories of her imagination, and the athleisure dress code, much better.
When she isn’t writing, Carrie is busy binging reality TV, having a
love/hate relationship with cardio, and trying not to burn dinner. She’s a Jersey girl living in Texas with
her husband, daughter and furry son.
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~~ MIchelle’s Review~~
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
My heart! My heart!
This is the prime example of why I love this author. Hometown Heartless is a wonderful, beautiful and emotional book that had me from the first page until the very last.
These characters Everette and Kennedy both pulled on my heart strings and wouldn’t let go. But just as much as I was sad, I was just as mad. Mad at the way Everette was treated, mad at how he seemed to give up and mad about how he treated Kennedy.
These two are definitely made for each other and I love the whole small town feel of the story. The authors writing was phenomenal and I absolutely loved the story.