Bring Me Home (Shattered Hearts, #3) by Cassia Leo

Title: Bring Me Home (Shattered Hearts, #3) Bring

Author: Cassia Leo

Pages: 349

Publisher: Random House UK, Transworld Publishers

Release date: 19th December 2013

Star rating: 2/5 stars

Blurb from Goodreads: 

Sometimes letting someone go is the ultimate act of love.

Claire Nixon is a college student with a past full of secrets and heartbreak. She was saved once by her first love, and rock star, Chris Knight. But when she encouraged Chris to leave town to pursue his dreams, both Claire and Chris didn’t realize it would be the biggest mistake of their lives.

After a devastating year apart and thousands of miles of distance between them, Claire met sexy surfer Adam Parker. With his awful jokes and profound patience, he helped Claire pick up the shattered pieces of her broken heart for the second time.

But now Chris has returned and he is willing and determined to make Claire’s dreams come true—the same way she did for him when she let him go.

With Adam’s former girlfriend in the picture, Claire finds herself torn between the new, passionate love she shares with Adam and the love and family she shares with Chris.

 Love it or hate it? 

-Contains spoilers and a rant-

This book was disappointing for me.

It was pretty obvious who Claire was going to end up with (and it wasn't who I wanted).

It was also annoying.

This was because of one recurring theme - pregnancy.

Every time someone thought they were pregnant or discovered that they were actually pregnant I grew increasingly irritated.

John

 

 

 

 

 

 

I just found it ridiculous.

I mean haven't they heard of the pill?

Surely when you're in college you don't want to get pregnant so you use contraception?

But obviously not in this case.

I found their lack of common sense to be frustrating.

Unimpressed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the end I didn't really care what happened which is a shame.

A disappointing end to the series.

Reviewer: Jess

Note: I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Random House UK, Transworld Publishers and Cassia Leo.

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