Monday, July 2, 2018

Title: #Heart
Series: Hashtag #6
Author: Cambria Hebert

Lovers Gonna Love…

Family isn’t always defined by blood.
Sometimes family is born of love…
And choice.
Sometimes the bond that comes from someone having your back through the shittiest of times is stronger than anything you get from genetics. 
And sometimes you find that piece of your soul you didn’t even know was missing.
I’m a lucky guy like that.
I found a love that will never fade. I found a group of people who aren’t just my friends. 
They’ve become my family.
There’s only one place to go from here. 
I’m gonna bind myself to Rimmel in every possible way. 
I’m gonna bring our family even closer together. 
The past has taught me it won’t be easy. 
Especially when faced with repercussions from a night that ended in death.
But that’s okay.
Family doesn’t quit each other. 
Love like ours never dies. 
Happily ever after isn’t just for storybooks.


From the beginning, I fell hard for Romeo, Rimmel, and the family they made for themselves, and every book since the first has made me fall deeper. #Heart is probably my favorite book in the series to date.

If Romeo Anderson, Rimmel Hudson, Braeden Walker, and Ivy Forrester have learned anything in the last few years, it’s that family is everything. For them, family isn’t defined by blood, but rather love, loyalty, and choice. There is no doubt that as a family of their choosing, they have unbreakable bonds and unwavering support. In the fallout from the last run-in with Zach, that love and support is sorely needed, and #family steps up to the plate. Romeo is determined to tie Rimmel to him in any way he can. He never expected to find his soulmate, but now that he has, there’s nothing he wants more than to move forward with their lives together. Braeden and Ivy have stared death in the face, and they’re struggling to move past it. Violent nightmares, intense anxiety, and even guilt shadow their future. None of them are sure when it happened, but they’re all grown up now. Life happening to and all around them. Unfortunately, mental scars aren’t the only thing testing this family unit. The past is far from done with them and the threat to the future is made clear. Under the watchful eyes of the media, every word and action could make or break a career. But families don’t quit each other. The love they share is forever and worth fighting for. They deserve the fairytale. Could help from a surprising source put all their fears to rest and allow them the future they deserve?

#Heart is what I like to call a little piece of brilliance. Romeo and Rimmel caught my heart first in this series, quickly followed by Braeden and Ivy. I loved that we got a bit of all four of them in one book. Perfect. The past several books were full of drama, sometimes a bit over-the-top, but still good reading. Despite enjoying it all, I was relieved to have it all calm down a bit for #♡. Romeo and Rimmel are so deeply in love. It truly was special seeing the change in them from book one to now. I adored the way everything external fell away when they were together. Their steady connection practically wrapped you up and carried you along with them. There wasn’t much going on with them directly as far as conflict. This was the lead-up to their wedding. Every second with them was sweet, sexy, and had me wanting more. They were fighting for their family this time around. Braeden and Ivy were in the aftermath of the frightening ordeal with Zach. The things they had endured, it was no wonder that nightmares, anxiety, and the need for closeness occurred frequently. They both were struggling for their own reasons, but their romance was still passionate and strong. I loved the tender moments we had with them. They were some of my favorite parts of the book; especially the scene towards the end. They were being battered from a lot of different angles, but they stood together, their love only growing stronger. Of course supporting cast was awesome. Trent and Drew were backing up their family, too. I was surprised to see Missy be redeemed, if only a microscopic amount. I still don’t think I could forgive her. Not after all she did, but I’m happy she did something right. Overall, I absolutely adored this book. It gave me the romance I love, the protective alphas I crave, and the answers I needed. ♡
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