Glass Hearts by Renee Lovins

ghcoverI’m going to start by saying I couldn’t put this book down. I loved it. I adore Renee’s modern take on the fairy tales and the fact that she doesn’t stick with conventional names for her characters. It’s a nice change of pace, first with Ink Deep and now with Glass hearts. Much like her first book the characters are vibrant and practically leap off the page. Throughout the story you become invested in the characters. Not just Ember and Ring but all of them. I highly recommend Glass Hearts and I cannot wait to see what Fairy Tale she tackles next.



Love is a choice you make.

Ember Verre is about to follow her dream – cooking school in Paris. When tragedy strikes her family, she walks away from her goals to be there for them.
Ring Jordan has it all, great friends, great parents, and is working on his MBA. When his father unexpectedly dies, he drops everything to go home, not expecting to stay.

Struggling to be everything for her family, the last thing Ember expects is to run into her one night stand, the guy she would have loved to have met in Paris. Ring is trying to pick up the pieces of his dad’s crumbling legacy, and is shocked to run into the girl he can’t forget. While they lean on each other to get through this rough patch in their lives, will they choose to let love shine, or keep their fragile hearts safe and alone?

Author Bio:

Renee is a native of California who somehow ended up married to a Georgia boy. Living in Atlanta, she works way to much, commutes too many hours a day, and writes instead of cleaning the house. With one husband, three cats, and a pile of to be read books, she keeps awaiting the apocalypse, because then she might have time to catch up. When she isn’t writing original stuff, she falls back to her old love, Buffy Fan-fiction, and she still posts occasionally.

Glass Hearts is her second Novel, the first being Ink Deep.

What she says about the Fairy Modern Series: I love Fairy tales, but always thought the magic rescuing you at the last moment undercut everything. So these are my takes on the trope, where the characters make their own magic – love, of course.

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