Release Day Review : Divine Hart by Heather Slade

 

Title: Divine Hart
Author: Heather Shere
Genre: New Adult/Second Chance Romance
Release Date: October 19, 2018
Being a poor kid in a rich town was tough. When you’re a
skater boy from a dusty trailer park, they see you as nothing more than a
desert rat. Despite this, Preston Hart knew what he wanted…she was his world.
But could he ever be the man she deserved? He didn’t believe he was worthy.
That was his weakness and weaknesses could be exploited. When he was offered
the chance to make something of his life, he knew the cost might be too high.
But faced with losing everything he held dear, he took the helping hand;
however, everything comes at price and Preston paid dearly. 
Being a rich girl in a rich town should have been easy. But
when you’re the daughter of an influential businessman who traded your silver
spoon for his belt buckle, money couldn’t buy happiness, it could only buy the
makeup to hide the bruises. Despite this, Skye Divine had found her solace…he
was her world. But he abandoned her when she needed him most and without him,
she faced a choice: run for her life or stay in the desert and die.
She’d made it this far on her own and while her life might
be falling apart, she’d rather be homeless and starving than go back home. But
when her luck finally runs out, she may be left with no option. 
Then two worlds unexpectedly collide and this time? The
tables have turned. 

Tash M

I’m always for trying new authors and broadening my horizons , as I have discovered a lot of my favourites this way. So when I picked up Divine Hart, there was a hope that I would enjoy this book. As it’s a second chance romance and I enjoy these books a lot.

Divine Hart tells the story of Preston Hart and Sky Divine, high school sweet hearts who lives were torn apart by one event. The plot plays  a big role in this story, as that fateful event is the basis for the plot and allows readers to follow their story through their years. It’s good fateful event for a second chance story and allows to see the characters at weakest. Well the main characters, the secondary characters some of them feel like an afterthought to combine the present and past.

The writing was good, it just felt characters need to be more defined to go along with the plot which had plenty of moments. As it felt that Sky had everything thrown at her and she made a miracle recovery at the end before getting the help she need.  There was a big what heck Preston did moment as well. It went into over the top territory for me personally.  He was more of a done anything with reason guy without dominating so that was a bit of what the heck moment. Considering that he also revealed stuff  that was against what he stood for.

 

Plus the whole back ground with the characters. You would think it take months , maybe years to truly deal with the past. There was some pretty big bombshells that were life changing in this story.  It add to the plot and made the story sing when it need to be.  Divine Hart, overall is not bad, it has good moments that it’s saving graces.

 

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Free in Kindle Unlimited

Author Bio

Heather Shere is a wife of twenty some odd years and wants you to know that you get less for murder. She’s also the mother of two adult shaped kids, who she thinks she messed up just enough to make them highly successful individuals, who are also hilarious.

She has a masters degree in snark and nothing entertains her more than someone who can word battle with her. She considers herself an awesome cook and an expert baker but wants to eat out most days, however nothing is made ‘the right way’ unless she makes it herself.

When she gets bored she likes to tinker with different hobbies like crocheting, scrapbooking, stamping and card making. Her newest and most fulfilling passion is writing and she welcomes you into the deep dark depths of her mind.

 

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