Shattered Hearts Series: Box Set 1 (Books 1-3) By Cassia Leo

Shattered Hearts Series: Box Set 1 (Books 1-3)

By Cassia Leo

  • Release Date: 2019-08-22
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 129 Ratings

Description

From best friend to first love…
Then, his rock stardom tore them apart.
Now he’s back, and her explosive secret threatens their second chance.

The day I meet Chris is like any other day. I’ve been kicked out of yet another foster home. The moment I see the piercing in his lip and the tattoos on his smooth skin, I know I won’t last long here.

I’ve never been so happy to be so wrong.

With a patience I’ve never known in my short, tumultuous life, Chris and his mother show me it’s possible to trust again. And when no one’s looking, Chris shows me it’s possible to feel loved. 

Unfortunately, he’s my foster brother. I can be kicked out of the only home I’ve ever known if anyone finds out about us.

But once I set off to college, Chris and I can finally come out. And suddenly, hiding our love is the least of our worries when Chris is offered a record deal. 

Chris is adamant he’ll never leave me. I know he won’t take the deal unless I force him to.

I have to do the unthinkable. I have to do it for him.

This boxed set includes three novels from the New York Times bestselling series. The Shattered Hearts series is a steamy and tender rock star romance.

This set includes:
- Forever Ours (197 pages)
- Relentless (262 pages)
- Pieces of You (372 pages)

Reviews

  • Loved it!

    5
    By sbsbrinson
    Well written with a very interesting story of broken homes, broken people, and loves that just won’t die.
  • Ok so here’s the thing...

    5
    By pagesmonkey
    I am so mad that after 800+ pages of the SAME STORYLINE with the SAME CHARACTERS AND REPEATING DILEMMA I’m still 100% invested in this story and the characters. That being said, there are so many twists and turns that I actually gasped in public when I was in line at Taco Bell. To me it started off a bit slow, and I usually never read love triangles because they never really make sense to me. Claire’s story is so fleshed out and the hardships she faced make so much sense, not something the author just threw in there to spice it up. I’m already mad that I wasted this much time writing this review when I need to be reading book four to see how it all ends.