Thursday, March 24, 2016

Review: Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann

From the online review again.

Though her panic is real, Noelle St. Claire is uncertain what danger she is fleeing. Fragmented images and slivers of memory have driven her to abandon her wealthy, sheltered life in New York for the hope of a haven—remote and safe.

Noelle's arrival at the Rocky Mountain horse ranch owned by Rick Spencer and his brother Morgan causes more than a little stir. Beautiful, vulnerable, yet strangely secretive, Noelle is an enigma the two contrasting brothers seek to unlock. But as their attentions breach the wall she hides behind, the past becomes a menacing threat from which Noelle can no longer hide. 

I liked the book and I give it a 3.75 ⭐️ If that's even possible. 
1: The characters were brilliant. Such deep emotions the whole way through. Definitely want to read the others   
Things I didn't care for are 
2: A little language that I don't care for. Things I wouldn't say but a lot of people don't see them as bad. 
3: It was really about adult subjects. Probably not a good choice for young teens. (abuse and drugs but not explicitly)
4: I think it was Catholic. Not sure but it felt that way. 
5: I could absolutely done without the alcohol  

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