Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Review: Hold My Heart (The Heart Series #1) by Esther M. Soto

*****4.5 Stars*****

Wow wow wow what can I say?? Hold My Heart for me is original and a completely different book to which I'm used to reading.
Ileana (Lil) disappears whilst investigating a serial killer , however she turns up in the past 1944 to be exact, Can Lil solve the case from the past?
One thing Lil does is researches her family, will she find out any hidden secrets? Or even find out more about herself?
I really like Lil's character she was stubborn, ballsy, strong, independent and lovable.
I loved Tommy from the get go he's Lil's partner in the investigation, he's hot as hell but also very sweet under that body of steel.
Urgghhhh the sexual tension between the two is so thick!!! All you do is scream at them both to get it on!!!
We meet Will when Lil travels into 1944, I like Will he was sweet and caring but Tommy was my number one.
Hold My Heart has so many twists and turns, angst and a strong plot with likeable characters, now book two needs to hurry up!!!

Reviewed by Gemma Curran

On a manhunt for a serial killer, FBI Special Agent Ileana Harper falls through a break in time, ripping her from the present and everything she knows. After forming an uneasy alliance with the man who comes to her rescue, she unearths long-buried family secrets. Spiraling out of control, she clings to memories of Tommy, her partner and best friend of eight years, to keep her sane, fearful she may never see him again.

FBI Special Agent Tommy Colton relies on Ileana to keep him grounded; she’s the closest thing he’s ever had to love in his life. When Ileana disappears, leaving no trace, he falls apart. Without her beside him, Tommy is about to face the biggest challenge of his career, if not his life.

While trying to find a way home, Ileana races to determine the killer’s identity and discovers he might be closer than she realized. Will she risk everything to catch him, or sacrifice justice to find her way back to Tommy before it’s too late?

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