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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Hidden Under Her Heart Book Review


Hidden Under Her Heart

Synopsis:
Maryanne Torres is a compassionate nurse who fails at relationships. After a string of losers, she swears off sex to land a marrying man. But a party she attends turns into a drinking binge, and she is raped.

Lucas Knight is a biracial athlete intent on winning the Ironman Triathlon. He finds Maryanne the next morning bloody and unconscious. Since Maryanne cannot identify her attacker, he becomes the prime suspect.

 When Maryanne finds herself pregnant, she plans to abort, but the identity of her rapist is hidden in the baby's DNA. A trap is set. Lucas races to clear his name, but the secret Maryanne hides threatens to drown their chance for true love. [Content Advisory: This book has a pro-life slant. There are a few swear words. The rape is not shown, but there is one mild sex scene between Maryanne and her boyfriend.]

 My Opinion:
I actually enjoyed reading this book. It was suspenseful and heartfelt. I could actually connect with the characters. It was one of those books I didn't want to put down. Honestly I could of read it all in one day if I let myself. It is definitely a adult book and not for young eyes. I think it was written beautifully and just had alot of life in this book. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a good book to read! Definitely one of my favorites now! Also follow Rachelle Ayala on Facebook to see what other books she has wrote.

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1 comments:

Rachelle Ayala said...

Hi Toni, thanks so much for your review. I'm so happy you enjoyed my book. All the best, Rachelle