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    This book deserves 5 heart-stopping stars!

    “We make these implicit bargains with fate all the time, lulling ourselves into a false comfort thinking we can ward off the worst just by acknowledging that it exists.” Kimmery Martin brings out such beautiful emotion and a reality call of what friendship and forgiveness, love and betrayal is all about in her debut novel, The Queen of Hearts. “One moment someone you know was whole, and the next he could be stilled and buried.” The details from the breathing tubes to downtown Charlotte was so unbelievably written that you might as well have been there in person through every page of this book. Zadie and Emma, best friends since their medical school days have become each others pillars during a time that they both had gone through some heartbreak and tragedy. Zadie is a ray of sunshine who everyone wants to know better and Emma is the tall blonde who, at times, seems slightly intimidating but is an enigma herself. Dr. X is the persona of McSteamy and who could resist him? Yet he finds fascination in one particular med student. Graham is the ultimate sweet and silent boyfriend who even has a golden retriever and initially both these men are big parts of their lives during their early years and somehow things just don’t end well. In the end the book wasn’t anything like I expected, it was so much better! The way these women run their lives first as med students then as mothers and wives and how everything unfolds in the end was enough to keep me hooked! This book deserves 5 heart-stopping stars!

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