Jesse (Glass City Hearts) (Volume 3) by Desiree Lafawn – Review by Debi Kircher

Jesse (Glass City Hearts Book 3)Jesse by Desiree Lafawn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jesse (Glass City Hearts) (Volume 3) by Desiree Lafawn

5+++++ Stars


Sitting here trying to find the words to describe the love I have for this book, and for this series, and most especially for this author. I saw this book and it was a no brainer, must have now and here I sit seriously wanting to go read it all over again, which leads me into my only negative for the story…It ended…

Yes I guess you could technically read this as a standalone but I can’t imagine not having all of the other stories to go with this amazingly awesome cast of characters…You truly have to start with Permanence of Pain although not listed as part of this series, it kind of is in my opinion then move on to Gabe then Dino and then…Jesse…I can not pick a favorite of any of these but Jesse was different, gave me that comfortable warm feeling while reading it.

Harlow surprised me in a good way. At first I thought she was going to follow the path of most damsels in distress and be all needy and weak…No No No….she was awesome!! There was just enough of everything in this story, the witty interaction between all of these characters and the families was perfect, and then the twists…I hadn’t even totally wrapped my mind around the first one before the second one blew me away.

I still just don’t have the words to give this author the justice she deserves for this addition to this amazing series…I’m not even playing when I say you have to read these books and I just know you will fall in love as I have.

I’m hoping with all I have that there’s more to come, whether it be new characters or just a whole book about the ones we already know and love…I don’t care, I just want more!!

Beautiful Story!!

Review by @debikircher

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