Also by this author: Bad Romeo Christmas: A Starcrossed Anthology (Starcrossed, #4)
Wicked Heart (Starcrossed, #3) by Leisa Rayven
Published by St. Martin's Griffin on May 3rd 2016
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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 echoes 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.
A story about how one night for Elissa and Liam changed them forever. I fell in love with this book just as much as the first two. This one can be a standalone if you want to jump into the series with it. Wicked Heart is about Elissa Holt, Ethan Holt’s sister from Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet. Those two books you need to read in order as they are about the same couple.
There were so many swoon worthy scenes, laugh out loud parts and parts that broke my heart. The story flowed great. It never lacked for anything and I couldn’t put it down. I read this in one sitting and I almost regret it because it’s over.
“Love is an asshole. It doesn’t care about people’s plans. It’s never convenient. It crawls inside of you at the most ridiculous times and makes you feel, whether you like it or not.”
One thing I love about Leisa’s writing is how she can draw the heart flutters out of you. I’ve raved about her ability to do this in my Bad Romeo review and my Broken Juliet review. She is just so damn good at giving you the feels whether they are good or bad.
“I’m not saying goodbye. Because this isn’t over. One day, fate’s gong to fix this. Bring us back together. I believe that.”
I need more of these characters. I need more of Leisa’s writing. I don’t think I could ever be tired of it.