Title: What the Heart Wants
Do dreams foretell the future? Are there soul connections that go deeper than love?
He can sense her emotions at any place and time. Their bond is powerful but a mystery. One thing he does know: She's plagued his dreams for months. Maybe even longer.
Being involved with a celebrity is the last things she imagined...or wanted. Can she forget the pain from the past? Can he let go of his fears?
Author: Kelli McCracken
Published by Twin Flames Press Source: Author
Published: November 26, 2011
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Let me start with what lured me into to reading What the Heart Wants – the cover. I was immediately captured and swept away by how sweet yet seductive the cover is. I found it to be a perfect representation of the two main characters, Dylan and Heaven. Both are strong and well written. I found the struggles they had to endure a perfect balance of anguish and sweetness – just enough of both to keep it from being too saccharin sappy or wailing ugly cry story.
What the Heart Wants was touted to be a paranormal story. The paranormal aspect of this book is the psychic connection between Dylan and Heaven. I do not necessarily consider that a paranormal commodity but that is this reader’s personal opinion.
The one thing I truly have to give author Kelli McCracken props to is the excellent cast of supporting characters. Like a house of cards each one of them was an added element that, if went missing, the story would have collapsed. I do wish the next book were about one of them. And speaking of the next book…
Of course, this is a series and with all series, there is quite a cliffhanger. You will have to read the book if you want to know what it is. I certainly cannot wait to find out what happens next. Over-all What the Heart Wants is delightful afternoon read for anyone wanting a romantic escape from reality.
I received this book from JeepDiva in exchange for my honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated.