Book Review: Wicked Heart by Leisa Rayven

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Genre: Contemporary Romance

Liam Quinn is talented, gorgeous, and one of the biggest movie stars in the world.

He’s also the only man Elissa Holt has ever truly loved.

After being out of her life for six years, he and his gorgeous fiancé are set to star in the new Broadway show Elissa is stage managing. The only trouble is, when late night rehearsals bring Elissa and Liam together, the line between what is and what could have been gets blurred, and one moment of weakness will lead to a scandal that will echo around the world.

Elissa knows that falling for Liam again would be a tragedy in the making, but as any good romantic will tell you, love doesn’t always follow the script.

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It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Leisa Rayven. The lady knows how to pack the punches and smash it right across the page and knock you out, pounding you right in the chesticles.

The latest instalment, #3 in the “Starcrossed” series, does not disappoint.

Rayven has used her wicked way with words to tangle with our hearts and make us fall in love all over again. Following on from her popular books, Bad Romeo & Broken Juliet, this book takes the readers on a journey of the secondary characters, giving them a voice of their own. There’s the familiar push and pull that the characters do, lane-almost-kiss-5-owhich is familiar in the Starcrossed books. Sacrifice and Love once again come to the forefront and the reader is left turning the page until the very end.

One of the things I admire the most about reading these stories is the way the author weaves in the emotion and captures your heart without you even realising how invested you’ve become.

This book is easily added into my Top 10 of 2016 pile.

I can’t wait to see Leisa at the upcoming Sydney Author Event in a couple of weeks! I hope to get some swag signed – stay tuned for a giveaway!

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