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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads, so here is my review. Heavenly Young is a naïve young woman that knows nothing about love or being in love. with the way her mother left and her father being sick, she had to grow up really fast. She didn't get the chance to grow from a teenager to a young adult because she had to become her father's caregiver. Now she is a volunteer at the hospital, taking internet classes to become a nurse and working a night job to help pay the bills and cover her Dad's medicine. Beck and Seth were drawn to her from the moment they saw her. They haven't had feelings like this before and they each want her for themselves. So they will fight for her feelings, even play a few jokes on each other to win her over. Both men will figure out that they will have to work together to get Heavenly to see that they just want to protect her and help her. Can they work together to make that happen? Will she be able to let them in and tell them about her past? I found this story well written and I would not have known it was by three authors if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes. It flows very well and is a great story that will have you on the edge of your seat at times. There were a few places that dragged for me but not enough to make me stop reading. There is a big cliffhanger, so be prepared for that. I can't wait to see what happens next. And I need to go back and read Raine's books because I haven't read those yet.
I am so glad authors, Shayla Black, Jenna Jacob and Isabella LaPearl decided to write Heavenly's story. Their writing talents combine perfectly when telling this story. I felt so connected to Heavenly that I could identify with her feelings, concerns and happy moments. You know it's a great book when you become so immersed in the story that you feel the characters.
This is a very well-written, well-plotted and executed book. I look forward to finding out what happens next to Heavenly, Beck and Seth.