Carrie Maynard has come a long way from the awkward teenager who sat in front of the most popular boy in calculus class. She’s now a young, independent woman with a great job, a loving boyfriend, and a close knit family. But something still seems to missing.
Jason Wilder is no longer the cute teenage boy that Carrie crushed on from high school. He is now a hardworking, handsome man and one of Carrie’s very best friends. He is the perfect guy just looking for his perfect girl. Uncertain that he’s actually found her in his girlfriend, Ashley, he goes through the motions, hoping she will fill the void Carrie has left in his heart, ever since the day they met back in high school.
When circumstances change and feelings can no longer be ignored, will Carrie continue to sit on the sidelines, watching someone else live out the future with the boy she loved from so long ago, or will she take the next step with the man that’s always owned her heart?
Sometimes taking a risk for love isn’t always easy.
Sometimes even the strongest of friendships are put to the test.
Book two of the Three of The Kind series, Two of Hearts is Carrie (Melanie’s daughter) and Jason’s (Ben’s son) story.
We met them as teenagers, with an incredible chemistry. The nerd and the most popular boy. Right back in high school then, we could sense that these two were more than friends but with their parents getting together, they didn’t want to ruin everything. A lot of unsaid things and hidden feelings, completely in denial, they became best friends with such a strong bond.
I wanted to read how the author was going to finally put them together … And I wasn’t disappointed, it was such a whirlwind of emotion, with a hint of humor and again some good feelings.
A few years later, these two are still close … but involved with someone else.Damn frustrating! If you read the first book, you knew that they were meant to be.
As the years went by, their feelings grew stronger, their bond indestructible. Reading about how they felt without taking the step broke my heart, so much intense and passionate. Being with someone else, but feeling incomplete, they were truly happy together, when them could be real, showing their true colors.
They were trying so hard to forget about each other. Why did it felt so bad to be with someone else? Why after trying to move on, all you wanted was to be with another person?
Of course, there was more drama and at times, they both gave me whiplash, but the reading was so worth it. It took some time to really cross the line, and to be face the truth. The author wrote such a wonderful story from best friends to lovers, less heartlighted than the first one.
I enjoyed reading how they grew up and how they helped people in their job.Seeing again this great family, a few years later, warm my heart. I was attached to this noisy but so endearing crew, who were standing together no matter what.
The end? I loved the wink and I don’t think there would be another perfect ending for these two. “Two hearts believing in just one mind.”
** My rating **
Gia Maynard always had a wild streak. She doesn’t mind bending the rules, except when it comes to the rules of her heart. She doesn’t do relationships, instead she devotes her time to her true love….dancing. That is until Jasper Campbell comes along. Handsome, rich and powerful, Gia becomes totally enthralled with him until she finds herself slowly turning into someone she no longer knows.
Cam Hamilton has always been like a big brother to Gia. Now one of the hottest baseball players in the Major League, he is known for his moves on and off the field. But no matter how many women he has in his life, Gia will always be his number one.
When Gia’s heart is broken into pieces, Cam is right there to help her put it back together. When they both give in to their feelings for each other, will they be able to pretend that certain lines were never crossed, and certain feelings were never felt? Will Gia follow the rules that she has lived by for her entire life or is Cam the one worth breaking all of them for?
Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed Creative Writing. There was always something about being able to travel to a different place or become a different person with just the stroke of a pen – or in today’s world a touch of the keyboard. I am the author of The Exception To The Rule, An Unplanned Lesson, An Unplanned Life Drowning In Love, A Cry for Hope, A Will To Change, Blind Side of Love, When The Chips Are Down and Easy Silence.
My life is not as interesting as my books or the characters in them, but then again whose life is? I’m a mom of twin teenage boys, a crazy Border Collie and a cat with an identity crisis! I guess you can say writing is my form of Calgon!