Sunday, September 15, 2019

Release + Review - The Lion Heart - Carrie Aarons

He’s supposed to be the ruler of this kingdom.
The prince poised to take his rightful place on the pitch.
Instead, he plays the jester, shunning his legacy.
Only I am privy to his lion heart.

Kingston Phillips is the heir to England’s football dynasty. The offspring of two of the world’s greatest players, the expectations set on his shoulders could crush the universe. But the golden-haired Adonis chooses to live his life as a game; a series of nightclubs, brawls, pranks and different kit chasers parading through his sheets.

I’m the last woman he should chase, and I’ve told him so. My cheeky mouth and icy demeanor guard the secret no one can learn. But when the Casanova I’ve been avoiding becomes the bloke next door, he quickly begins to thaw the frost around my heart. Kingston shows me the ferocious, loyal, protective side of himself that no one else gets to witness.

I begin to realize that he’s just as damaged as I am.
That as much as I try to deny it, we’re the same.
And ... that might just be our undoing.

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Author Bio
Author of romance novels such as The Tenth Girl and Privileged, Carrie Aarons writes books that are just as swoon-worthy as they are sarcastic. A former journalist, she prefers the love stories of her imagination, and the athleisure dress code, much better.

When she isn't writing, Carrie is busy binging reality TV, having a love/hate relationship with cardio, and trying not to burn dinner. She lives in the suburbs of New Jersey with her husband, daughter and Lab/Great Dane rescue.

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Johnaka's Review 
“Don’t judge a book by its cover, 5 stars”

Remember that old saying don’t judge a book by its cover when referring to people? That saying is absolutely fitting for Kingston Phillips. Everyone sees the image he projects but they don’t really know him. Well no one outside of his small circle of friends. When he sees Poppy he wants her but she’s so far outside of his league. Will he be able to convince her to give him a chance?

Poppy knows everyone just sees her outter beauty, her shell. They don’t know who she is underneath the makeup and clothes. She doesn’t know who she can or cannot trust but Kingston wont be one of them she can.. or will he? Will he be able to change her opinion?

Aaron’s killed it with Poppy and Kingston. The Lion Heart is all about not taking people at face value. You never know what’s going on behind closed doors. Aaron’s made me feel proud with how much both characters evolved like they were my friends. Poppy learned to let go because of Kingston and she made him a better man, gave him purpose. The Lion Heart is a killer story with some football/soccer thrown in the mix.

Plot-5/5 Characters-5/5 Heat-5/5 Writing style-5/5 Overall-5/5

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