Tell-Tale Hearts by H.A. Blackwood
Darcy Ford is coming off an ill-advised relationship that ended in disaster. When she's at her lowest point, she meets a woman who takes her back ten years to a night of wild passion. A night when she met-and lost-someone who opened new worlds to her. A night where her heart was stolen. A night which was the beginning of this most recent disastrous affair.
Only by re-telling these tales can she find her way back to her lost love and the return of her heart.
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