Heart of Stone None

  • Title: Heart of Stone
  • Author: Trinity Wise
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Posted by:Trinity Wise
      Published :2019-01-04T14:23:09+00:00

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    1. I really enjoyed this story from a short story to this, was just amazing. Trinity did her thang in telling Carlos and Aris love affair. They came from a high school crush to a love like no other. In any real love tell their are folks that want to see you together and others that don't. Then come the real scandals, hate is a sickness and so people will do anything to see you in pain or show you that they will do anything to see you unhappy. Please don't sleep on this author, she has more story's [...]

    2. This was a great read. It picked up right were the short story left off. Carlos and Aria had a full story from beginning to end. I loved how they met and how Carlos didn't let it affect him. The writing was well done, and these two had a major amount of passion which I could feel jumping off the pages. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author.

    3. First, let me start off by saying that I have been a fan of Ms. Wise long before she published her first book. Having said that, I LOVED this story!! After reading her short story Valentine's Night, which was the prequel to Heart of Stone, I was hooked!!! There was no way I could imagine not knowing what happened with this couple. Carlos and Aria had a chemistry that made it impossible to stay apart. While Carlos was a little afraid of commitment after he had his heart and trust broken by the tw [...]

    4. What I liked about this book was that she didn’t portray the main character in a negative light. I believe this is my first book about someone with the heroine’s occupation however I never thought negatively. This is attributed to the author and how she is able to tell a story and draw you in as if she has invited you to sit down have a cup of Starbucks and listen as she paints the picture of this love story as it unfolds.By the way, I also had a Come-To-Jesus meeting at one point during the [...]

    5. Oh my. Started out great but then took a wierd trip into crazy-town. Odd word usages and awkward sentence structure also were distracting. I did like the main characters, Aria and Carlos. Just couldn't get into some of the secondary characters. I also cringed at the use of the word "meat" when the author referred to a penis. May not bother some but to me, ugh! I am fine with dick, cock, etc but just hated meat.

    6. Kudos to Trinity Wise on an awesome read. I loved and appreciated Carlos & Aria story. This was such a realistic/believable story & not predictable; a true love story!

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