is ecstatic her fiancé is coming home, finally. He has been
in Iraq for two long years and she is excited to finally see
him again. But, he sends her an email days before he is to
come home breaking up with her. She is heartbroken but with
some sisterly advice she decides to fight for her man. While
she is convinced it is the extra forty pounds she is carrying
she is still going to make the best of it. She moves into his
house and tells him that she doesn’t accept the break up.
been exposed to a lot during his military stint. One thing
for sure is that he knows that his dominant personality isn’t
all that unusual, and neither are the things he wants to do
sexually. But, he is convinced Erin would never let him do
some of the things he wants to and he loves her too much to
put her in that position. Add to this the fact that he is
trying to get over a tragic incident that happened in Iraq and
he thinks he is doing the right thing.
Erin is not
going to give up, no matter how much he tries to hurt her.
Will he finally realize what a treasure he has in her? Will
she be willing to love the entire man?
I loved the
concept of the “Dear Jane” letter in Wounded Hearts.
The author wrote a spunky heroine that is not perfect (hence
the gained forty pounds), but will do just about anything to
keep her man. I think the author did a great job explaining
while Patrick stayed faithful he learned about some of his
more dominant leanings, in the bedroom, and how they might
come about. Additionally the sex scenes were definitely hot
in Wounded Hearts.