Heather Redmond spent three years hiding from the world, her innocence lost and faith shattered.
She’s mastered the art of forgetting the past. Now she’s ready to face the future. College is on the horizon, and she’s enjoying a quiet summer in LA.
The last thing she’s prepared for is a hot guy jumping into her convertible while she's stopped at a traffic light.
Josh Hansen is Heather's opposite. He's fearless and sexy, racing through life on his motorcycle. And he always takes a leap when Fate gives him a wink. He can't resist the wide-eyed, pretty blonde who seems afraid of the world.
Josh is determined to push Heather's boundaries, body and soul. She's afraid of her awakening feelings, and wants to take things one step at a time, but Josh isn’t used to driving in the slow lane, and soon they are speeding into passion and love.
When their darkest secrets come to light, Heather and Josh are forced to confront the painful past and either find forgiveness, or lose their love forever.
GENRE: New Adult Contemporary Romance. Ages 17 +
Heartless starts out with Heather driving in her Aunt's convertible on her way home from work. As she gets to a stop light she hears the sound of a motorcycle approaching. Then she notices the motorcycle to the right of her with two guys on it. Both of them are staring at her, so since she has that "fake it till you make it" going on inside her head she smiles back at them. Then surprising Heather, the one in front gets off the bike and hops into her car with her right before the light turns green.
From that moment on Heather and Josh start a crazy romance that reveals so much about each other's pasts, and how maybe fate, or the stars brought them to be together. Heather's parents died three years ago, and now she's living with her aunt and uncle. And Josh lives with his mother, and his dad also died a while ago. Heather has some major secrets about her past, and when the are finally revealed it could make or break Josh and Heather's relationship.
I liked the start of the book when Josh jumps in Heather's car. That was seriously funny. But after that I felt like the book was just okay. It had a nice story to it, and good characters. I just didn't feel a connection to it. But overall I did enjoy it, and it was a nice read.