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    HEARTLESS By Willow Winters

    This story gets better and better. Carter and Aria both from two different families but both tied together with one past. This book just can’t be put down and now I can’t wait for the conclusion . We wait to see if these two unlikely people can finally find what they are looking for with too much blood shed. In this book we go deeper into both Aria and Carters past . Even though they both care for each other they struggle to let either past their walls. It is such fun reading how they break down one wall to only have it reconstructed the next moment. Can’t wait for the conclusion....read this book
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    Anything but Heartless

    Heartless-displaying a complete lack of feeling or consideration. In Heartless, Carter's true self is finally revealed and WOW was I blown away. Carter is feared, Carter is ruthless, Carter is respected, Carter is loved, all the while Carter pretends to be heartless. However, he is everything but heartless. Carter has become the man he has become because of his past and the life that was chosen for him. He is chasing an obsession of a girl that saved him the day he wanted his life to end. He thought he loved her, but it was HATE that drove him to take her, to make her need him and fall for him. Now he is finding that he no longer has the control and it is Aria that holds all the cards. How did this happen? How did an obsession turn into Carter needing her? Aria is in a very hard place. She is starting to care for Carter even though he is keeping her a prisoner and ready to kill everyone she has ever loved. She needs him, his touch, his gentleness, his roughness, HIM. When did this all happen? When did Aria start to fall in love with the man she fears the most but also finds herself wanting to save the most? With every turn Carter throws Aria a curveball. Once she thinks he sees her as nothing but his plaything, his confessions fill her with hope and want. Dreams that maybe he too feels more than the image of the heartless man he makes himself out to be. The more she gets to know him and the little talks she has with his brothers and Addison make her question his true intentions for her. Maybe just maybe he does love her. Willow Winters is masterful with her words, making every scene jump out and consume you. Every character is well thought out with so much depth. Their interactions among each other verbally and nonverbally helps pave the story and the effect they have on each other. Aria and Carter's relationship is thrilling, unpredictable, toxic, lonely, consuming, but it also has the pureness of two broken individuals who in their own way want to save the other. I have come to really, really love Carter and how much he LOVES Aria. So when I read the very last words to the end of this book I was left HEARTBROKEN because for the first time throughout this book I saw Carter as HEARTLESS.
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    MEMORABLE - STIRRING - PASSIONATE

    Reading a story by this author is like a fine wine that you savor until the last word. HEARTLESS WILL STEAL YOUR BREATH with gripping suspense, flaming passion, shocking moments, intriguing innuendos, moments that pull at your heart, and powerful vivid scene descriptions. Carter and Aria sink into the darkness of their pasts alone; when together they find peace in each other's arms. You learn of the motivating force that guides Carter's actions and the memories that haunt Aria. The war between his family and the Talvery's is imminent. No one is blind to the danger that lies ahead; but who will Aria's loyalty fall to Carter or her family? SUPERB well-written read that held me hostage until the cliffhanger. I felt sincere compassion for Carter and Aria. I am delighted when an author creates a story with admirable characters. Aria and Carter's chemistry is potent; can't wait to learn how their story ends. Relished this story and {of my own volition without any stipulations, I reviewed an advanced copy.} Without reservations, I recommend this read.
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    Merciless

    Good reading. Couldn't pur it down. But don't like the way the author strings you along book after book with no ending. But I guess I'll have to wait till the next book cuz I can't wait to see what happens.
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    Heartless

    Carter disgusted me in book one and my opinion is only slightly better in book two. We do learn more about Carter’s motivations. He seems to now be more concerned with gaining Aria's acceptance and forgiveness for what's coming, i.e. the war that will result in the deaths of everyone in her family. His treatment of her is better. He seems more concerned with her well-being. I know in his own twisted way he really does love her but this whole story is an angst ridden downer. No one is happy, not Carter and certainly not Aria whose life before Carter was no picnic. She's a mess in both books, perfectly understandable as a result of the physical and emotional seesaw Carter has her on. Book two ends on a cliffhanger and surprisingly, in the last moments, the power is in Aria's hands. This is the second book of Carter and Aria's story but it doesn't end here. Can 4 stars become 5 in book three? I am voluntarily reviewing an advance reader copy of this book.
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