Tuesday, September 1, 2015

To Mend A Broken Heart by KA Hobbs ~Review



Title: To Mend A Broken Heart
Author: K A Hobbs
Genre: Romance
Publication Date: August 3, 2015
Length: 389 Pages

Blurb
Katie’s life has been turned upside down. When an accident takes away her world, she can’t understand how she is supposed to go on living. Consumed by grief, everything hurts and the easy things are now the most difficult. When she decides to volunteer at the local children’s hospital she meets Daniel a man trying to overcome his own sadness. Together they form a friendship that helps heal them both. But is it too soon? Can Katie leave the past behind and move forward? Or are some wounds just too deep to heal?

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About The Author

KA Hobbs lives with her husband in Essex. When she isn’t lost in a book or creating one, she loves to cook, swim, colour and shop. Her happiest times are always when she is surrounded by family and friends or watching Cinderella which some might say she is a little obsessed with. She is a little obsessed with the Tudors and would love to go back to that period in time. 

 One day, while watching TV, a scene came to her, completely out of the blue. She could see the scene unfolding, could picture the characters so clearly. She couldn't get to her laptop quick enough and spent hours writing not only that scene, but lots of others too.


She will happily admit to being grumpy when she doesn’t get to write, she loves her characters and spending time listening to what they have to say.


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My Review
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

To Mend a Broken Heart is a beautiful and heart wrenching story about Katie and Daniel, two people who have both lost someone who meant the world to them.  When they meet each other the timing could not be more perfect as each is shrouded in the sadness of loss.  Can these two broken hearts possibly help each other find the way out of the darkness and back to a life with light and meaning?
I love a book that makes me feel a range of emotions and author KA Hobbs turned out to be a master at flipping the coin in a heartbeat.  This is one of those books that ran the table on emotions and kept me completely interested from beginning to end.
Happy Reading!
-Red-


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