Review for Hearts Aligning by Miranda Hardy

With madness comes truth...with truth comes sorrow.

Ellie Whitaker thought she had a clear path ahead of her… she would sell her bar, return to school, and enjoy a change of scenery, but one peculiar event in the night sky is about to change everything, not only for her but for everyone in Saint’s Grove.

Bryan Nichols has always struggled with his curse. Life as a werewolf is anything but easy, but when you have an overbearing father, life can be even more difficult. After his return from college, Bryan distances himself from the pack and finds solace in an unlikely place with a woman who has no idea how smitten he is with her.

When the most spectacular lunar eclipse shrouds the alignment of six planets, portals open to varying dimensions, unleashing creatures from other realms. Soon, chaos erupts, bringing death and destruction with it. Along with those horrifying events comes significant changes to Ellie’s body, revealing that she’s not entirely human. She has no idea who she is nor where she belongs, and she only has seven days to find answers that may undoubtedly change her future. The choices that present themselves will not be as easy as she first thought. She will need to decide between the man who saved her and the world that would worship her.

My Review

Miranda Hardy's "Hearts Aligning" is the second tale in the Saint's Grove collection, but you can read it as a standalone, I did. This is a YA/NA Paranormal Romance with a closed-door approach for the steamy scenes. I loved the mythology of the event and all of the creatures. Bryan and Ellie make a sweet couple. Lots of interesting twists and turns. I couldn't put it down. This author is a great writer and I'm reading everything I can of hers!

4.5 out of 5 stars


About the Author

Miranda Hardy writes children's literature to keep the voices in her head appeased. When she's not in her fantasy world, she's canoeing in alligator infested waters or rescuing homeless animals. She resides in south Florida with her two wonderful children, and too many animals to mention. 

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