Another day, another hallway, another patient, another book.
I devoured this book in just over 24 hours, would‘ve been less if I didn‘t have obligations (ya know, kids, husband, work, lol). I‘ve read two other CH books and this became my favorite. I love the character development and how my senses picked up on every descriptor. Book #47 in 2022
This was an unexpectedly great CoHo read! I really connected to Beyah and sympathized with her story, so her character arch was really powerful for me. I was utterly shocked by the twist, something Hoover never lacks. I thought there were a lot of deeper and important lessons imbedded in the writing as well. Definitely recommend if you like other CoHo reads!
Today I came home from Book Bonanza. I had so much fun this weekend! I met so many bookworms and wonderful authors. I made new friends and found new-to-me authors. I got every book signed that I took and picked up some new books too (signed, of course). I also got the authors to sign this beautiful canvas! E.L. James, Colleen Hoover, Cathlin Shahriary, Helena Hunting, Anna Todd, Celia Aaron, and so many more! I hope to go again next year! 😁😊
Both Beyah and Samsun had a difficult past. When they find each other they discover that they have a lot in common.
While I didn't care much for the romance I liked how the author didn't shy away of explaining the differences between poor and rich.
I liked how though and independent Beyah was at the beginning but then she let all her guards down, because a boy loved her?
Maybe I'm a little too old for those kind of romance.
My 7 yr old had too much fun picking out my 1st ever 'blind date book' at B&N so I let her unwrap the mystery. The clues she picked it by were "Fiction"; "Poverty meets wealth"; "Can a Summer fling truly last longer than that?"; & "Someone is not who they seem to be". I've heard of Colleen Hoover, but her genre is not something I usually grab, so I'm excited to try something different. Perfect for February... I hope it doesn't make me cry! ?
Finished my first pick for #NewYearWhoDis 2022! A big old ugly cry at the end but I really loved it! Thanks to @CharityBlee for picking it for me and thanks to @monalyisha for all her hard work setting this challenge up!
Rating: 5 🌟
Second book of the trip and I don‘t even know how I am going to write a review that successfully articulates how I am feeling about this one. I devoured Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover and by the end, I struggled to read the words on the page through the tears that filled my eyes.
I wish I could read more of Samson and Beyah ❤️
I recommend to everyone!
Enjoying this months bingo, my most recent read was Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover. Can I just say Colleen always makes me cry! I‘m not an emotional person usually but man oh man the water works from this book were REAL! That being said it was a really great book if you wanna be all up in the feels ♥️
What a beautiful book! had so much emotion to it and I liked the parts the two characters played. This story broke my heart at a point but I kept reading in hopes of a happy ending. Was it? That you have to find out by reading this one! But, honestly? There just aren't enough Colleen Hoover books in this world and there're never gonna be.
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❐ Contemporary Romance ❐ New Adult
❐ Single POV ❐ Bolivar Peninsula, Texas Setting
I'm a fan of anything Colleen Hoover writes. She always seems to effortlessly evoke real emotions for me. Beyah and Samson's story was no exception. From the ocean setting to their heartbreaking backstories to the perfect ending...I was absolutely hooked.
I don‘t know how she does it, but CoHo always manages to break my heart. Following a similar path as most of her books, this story deals with fierce, first love set amongst turmoil and tragedy. The characters overcome impossible odds. One complaint... it was too short! I wanted more! As a result, I devoured this quickly. If you‘ve never read CoHo i wouldn‘t necessarily pick this as a starter. However, I‘m so glad it‘s not her final act.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Colleen Hoover is just so good at creating flawed characters and complicated relationships. She‘s my go-to page-turner author. I always fly through. This one is about a summer fling between two young people, both of whom have secrets and issues, but find solace in each other. There are some surprises, one maybe too convenient, but overall, I liked this story. And I love following #CoHo on social media. She seems so fun!
Colleen does it again! Beyah‘s story was a beautiful one to read. An addict as a mother, an absent father; her life was never easy. Beyah is left with no choice but to stay with her father when her mother dies. Beyah goes from profoundly hungry and alone, to a beach house filled with food, “family” and the boy next door #colleenhoover #lovedit #family
Discovered @colleenhoover last 2013, a year after she released Slammed. Since then I've been looking forward to her next book releases and stalking her on social media hoping one day I'd win any of her giveaways. 7 years and counting, still no luck. Ugh! This Aug 2020, Heart Bones will be my 23rd novel from my top read/favorite author.