Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Unchained Hearts (Baxter Family Saga Book 1)

Unchained Hearts (Baxter Family Saga Book 1)  by Palessa

Kyle Avery, CEO of Mama Avery Foods, has been summoned to a special meeting by a note from her late mother, Virgilia Avery. When she arrives, she meets the elusive mogul Newton "Cass" Baxter, CEO of Baxter Chemicals and learns of the nearly forty year history her mother shared with Cass, as well as the obstacles they'd been forced to endure. As Kyle struggles to understand their history, she's forced to confront the man who loved and left her, Brandon Hall, VP of Baxter Chemicals and the adopted son of Cass Baxter. Kyle and Brandon unite in love, but separate in tragedy. They are forced to deal with the sad legacy of their parent's lives as well as their own heartbreak. It's up to them to finally break the chains which bind their hearts and find their own path to happiness. 
*Content Warning: Adult Content, may have some explicit scenes.


4.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking RomanceMarch 31, 2015
This review is from: Unchained Hearts (Baxter Family Saga Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
This book could be a fantastic romance. It could be a saga to remember. But, it wasn't done right.
First, Cass and Lila should have had their own book! I think instead of confusing your readers, you could have separated the two love stories into their own. Because they you throw in Randy? Brandon? (I got confused since the name kept changing) and Kyle, or KC. There's some crazy twisting, suspenseful plot lines that were great. Things you either didn't see coming or didn't expect. It twists and creates a woeful tale.

It did get tiring that over and over you have these crazies trying to kill off our ladies. But in all, it wasn't an awful book. Once you figured out what the author was telling you, or about who, it all fell in place and was a truly wonderful heart breaking romance. You have inter-racial relationships in a time that it wasn't ok, you have love and loss, heart break. It truly is a great romance.
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