Tuesday, July 23, 2013

5 STARS | Armored Hearts by Melissa Turner Lee & Pauline Creeden

Title: Armored Hearts
Series: Armored Hearts #1
Author: Melissa Turner Lee, Pauline Creeden
Age Group: Young Adult
Genres: Science Fiction, Steampunk, Fantasy, Romance, Historical, Paranormal
Publisher: AltWit Press
Format: PDF
Published: April 29th, 2013
Source: Reading Addiction Book Tours
Events: Book Tour
Rating: ★★★★★

When a crippled young lord rescues a girl falling from a tree, it reveals a secret about himself and his mother's side of the family that could put him at the center of a war with beings he thought only existed in fairy tales.

Tristan Gareth Smyth lived his entire life stuck at home at Waverly Park and left behind while his Grandfather makes trips to London, all because of his blasted wheelchair.

Then an American heiress falls in his lap, literally, and he must find a way to keep her at a distance to protect not only his secret, but everyone around him from an assassin sent to kill him.
I absolutely loved Armored Hearts. I was so caught up in the story that when I came to the end I was kind of disappointed and shocked that I had reached the end. AND...that was not a nice cliffhanger! I wanted to continue reading so much that I also picked up the prequel, Winter Fae. Armored Hearts is just so enthralling and I just couldn't stop reading. Just stunning!

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Melissa Turner Lee holds a BA in Communications with a concentration in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. She has studied fiction writing since 2008, attending various writing conferences and workshops, along with guidance from professional writing coaches. She resides in Spartanburg, SC with her husband and 3 sons.

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Pauline Creeden is a horse trainer from Virginia, but writing is her therapy. In her fiction, she creates worlds that are both familiar and strange, often pulling the veil between dimensions. She becomes the main character in each of her stories, and because she has ADD, she will get bored if she pretends to be one person for too long.

Disclaimer: This review was originally posted in 2013 to my book blog, A Bibliophiles Thoughts on Books.


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