Title: Heart Bones
Author: Colleen Hoover
Style: Contemporary Fiction, Romance
“Hearts don’t have bones. They can’t actually break.”
Beyah comes from a place of neglect and poverty. After coming home from work she finds that her mother has overdosed. She is kicked out of her home and isn't sure what to do. She only just needs a place for the summer because she plans to attend college in the fall on a full scholarship. She calls the only person she can think of, her estranged father who she rarely sees. She spends the reminder of her summer with him in his ocean home on the Texas peninsula. There she meets Samson, a rich privileged white dude and they are instantly drawn to one another. They decide to keep the relationship simple because they are both leaving after the summer.
This review will be short and sweet. This book was amazing and I loved it. Colleen Hoover knows how to draw you in , ripe your heart so you can't breath, then re-insert it only so that she can do it again and again. I will say it one more time. She makes you feel emotionally invested in the story and the characters. I loved all these characters. They were heartwarming, real and wonderful. This story was raw, touching and beautiful. It left me breathless. This is definitely one of my favorite books of hers.