Friday, July 7, 2017

*~Book Tour & Review: Hidden Hearts~*

by Olivia Dade
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Pub Date: 6/20/17

An Admirer With A Secret . . .
Mary Higgs could be the poster girl for the buttoned-up librarian. She follows the rules. Stays ╩╝til closing. Her kindness and dedication to her patrons is legendary. But those patrons have no idea what she’s typing to the mysterious shut-in who emailed the library needing a library card three months ago . . .
When the elusive Miles O’Connor shows up, he’s no invalid. A year ago, he was the gleaming, ab-sational star of the small screen. Then came the accident. Now he’s a wounded recluse with a pizza habit and fears so unshakable that only the thought of losing Mary to an online date could lure him out of his cabin.
Soon their email rapport has turned into weekends on the couch, watching tearjerkers and driving each other insane with red-hot makeout sessions. But as the desire grows and their horizons expand, the life that brought them together might not be enough for either of them . . .

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 3.5 Stars

This was an enjoyable read. I really liked Mary. She's relatable because the things she has to work through most women including myself struggle with themselves. I will say her choices in movies is way different then mine, but one of my favorite parts in this book is when Miles and her stay in and watch a movie. I liked both Miles and Mary together because they give each other the strength to to be the people they are meant to be. Miles' life is forever changed because of one event, but it could bring him on the path he was meant to be on. You can feel the pain, the happiness and fear both Miles and Mary have, but it turns into one good book. I really liked Mary's best friend. This is the first book I've read in the series and I'll have to go check out Sarah's book. 

Olivia Dade grew up an undeniable—and proud—nerd, prone to ignoring the world around her as she read any book she could find. Her favorite stories, though, were always romances. As an adult, she earned an M.A. in American history and worked in a variety of jobs that required her to hide her bawdy interior under a demure exterior: Colonial Williamsburg interpreter, high school teacher, academic tutor, and (of course) librarian. Finally, though, she realized the call of the hussy could no longer be denied. So now she writes contemporary romantic comedy with plenty of sex, banter, and nerdery. When not writing, she cooks alongside her husband, dabbles in photography, and tries to hide her collection of throbbing-intensive romances from her curious daughter. Visit her on the web at

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