Sunny Shelly’s Review: Hearts Don’t Lie, by Sutton Biship

Release Date: September 17
Can a person find their true love at sixteen?
 
Hardin Ambrose knew he had found his soulmate when he was a high school soccer phenom. 
McKenna (Mac) Vesley was sunshine to his soul. 
The girl he never dreamed existed. 
The person he didn’t know he needed.
Mac has never forgotten the boy she gave her heart to. 
The boy who changed her life forever.
Hardin was all her dreams come true.
Twelve years ago, under the steamy Illinois night sky, they planned their forever together. 
But forever never came.
Twelve years later, Hardin still searches for his Mac—the girl who slipped away. 
Twelve years later he has the chance to grasp forever, for hearts don’t lie.
 
But after all this time, does Mac want the same?
 
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

Hearts Don’t Lie, because a soulmate is forever.

At least, that is what Hardin is hoping when he finally, finally tracks down his teenage sweetheart, Mac, 12 years after they were torn apart and she vanished without a trace. He may be a soccer superstar in Europe, but Hardin is still in love with his high school girlfriend, and has been searching for her for a decade.

But Mac isn’t the same girl he knew back then. She now goes by Kenna, is a single mom, and was forced to reinvent herself after the horrible night that tore her and Hardin apart. But when Hardin tracks her down in Colorado, he manipulates his way into some one-on-one time with her.

Told in dual 3rd person POV, this story uses flashbacks to explain Mac and Hardin’s history, while they hash out that history in their present-day reunion. It’s hard to get through at times, but this is a sweet story of second chances and proof that no, hearts don’t lie.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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Meet Sutton Bishop



Sutton Bishop enjoys having a foot in both worlds—real and make-believe. 
 
She’s been writing stories since she was a little girl, her imagination inspired by the rural meadows and woods of her childhood and her travels and life experiences. She has degrees in forensics and anthropology and a minor in world history. 
 
She lives in the Midwest with her husband, their four kids, and a passel of pets.
 
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