Splintered Hearts
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Splintered Hearts by Bree Weeks

10/20/2021

Mending broken hearts, one love story at a time.

Dylan:

I didn't give a damn about matters of the heart in the past, never sticking with one girl long enough to let a little thing like love get in the way of my fun. But you know what they say: if you play with fire you're going to get burned. And boy did my life ever go up in flames! I lost everyone who mattered to me, and it was my own damn fault.

My heart was untouchable. But suddenly my overinflated ego swallowed my heart, and I wonder if I'm worthy of being rescued from the pit I've found myself in since then. Enter Mallory. She makes me want to be a better man, but can I convince her I'm not the bad boy I used to be? Can I convince myself?

Mallory:

Everyone warned me about Dylan. He's hot and he knows it. And from what I've been told, his emotional baggage includes a trail of broken hearts that follows him wherever he goes. I don't want one of those hearts to be mine. Still, there's something about him that I find impossible to resist.

When he makes his move on me, I'm torn between proceeding cautiously and throwing caution to the proverbial wind. Can I come out of this with my heart intact? Do I even want to? Only one way to find out.


SPLINTERED HEARTS is book one in a new series of novellas about the redemptive power of love. Short, steamy, instalove!

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