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Review - 5 Stars - Damaged Hearts Duet Box Set by Emily Krat @EmilyKrat

Book: Damaged Hearts Duet Box Set
Author: Emily Krat
Publication Date: 5/19/2016
Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts
My Rating: 5 Stars


I read both of these books previously and am giving my review.

Book: Flawed and Damaged (Damaged Hearts #1)

This story is about two people who have such painful and deep past issues. Two shattered souls.
Elizabeth is trying to get through the death of her parents and the sickness of her grandmother while Ryan is trying to get revenge against his father for all the years of hell he went through.
They meet by accident at the airport where Elizabeth was sent by her employer to pickup who she thinks was Ryan but it turns out it was not and things spiral from there.
I did like the book although something was missing as it went back and forth to each characters pov but overall it was a pleasant read. Elizabeth although damaged she is very strong and a survivor. Ryan however came across as a dominating jerk at times although he started to warm on me.
There was no HEA, as the book will continue into another.
Overall good book and very sad in many parts and very funny in other areas. I would recommend it.

I was gifted a copy of this book for my honest review

Book: Fears and Scars (Damaged Hearts #2)

Elizabeth is happy to finally be marrying Ryan but before that happens the world, she has always known falls apart even more. Ryan knows something but before he can tell her, someone else does. Can Liz ever forgive Ryan?
I would suggest you read book 1 in this series so you can learn more of the characters. Elizabeth is a strong woman and has found it hard to trust anyone and now yet again after finally giving her trust to someone she finds it was given wrongly or was it? Ryan also deals with demons, struggles, and fears losing Liz. And throw David the ex in the pot oh boy. All I can say is this is one hell of a roller coaster of emotions story.
I enjoyed this book and found it a lot stronger in story than the first in the series. Kudos to the author. The book does still need some proofing but overall it is a great story and that is what I base my review on.

I was gifted a copy of this book for an honest review.

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