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When she’s not producing fiction for young readers, Tess Wakefield works in Golden Valley, Minnesota as a copywriter, amateur comedian, and caretaker for several thriving businesses. Purple Hearts is her first adult novel.

BookPurple Hearts
AuthorTess Wakefield
LanguageEnglish
Size3 MB Epub
Pages335
CategoryNovel

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When a soldier with a troubled past and a struggling songwriter agree to an arranged marriage on behalf of the military, both don’t wait long after saying “yes, I do.” Then tragedy strikes and the line between what is real and what is fake begins to blur in this clever and surprising romance, perfect for fans of Nicholas Sparks and Jojo Moyes.

Cassie Salazar and Luke Morrow they are totally different. Quick-witted Cassie works nights at a bar in Austin, Texas to make ends meet while pursuing her dream of becoming a singer-songwriter.

Luke is an Army trainee about to enter service and finds solace in the unyielding discipline of the service. But a chance encounter at Cassie’s bar changes the course of her life.

Cassie is drowning in the medical bills after being diagnosed with the diabetes. When she meets her old friend Frankie, who is now drafted into the army, she proposes a deal: she marries him in exchange for better health insurance and they can share the raise that comes with having a “family”.

When Frankie refuses, her handsome but frustratingly intense boyfriend Luke volunteers to marry Cassie. What she doesn’t know is that he has his own desperate reasons for getting married. In this love story, Cassie and Luke have to put their differences aside to make it seem like a real marriage…unless it becomes one…

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I decided to read this book simply because I saw the movie was going to be released on Netflix so I wanted to make sure I read this book first so I knew what the movie was going to be about so I could have the could compare both. It’s not a book that’s going to make me scream about how good it is and try to convince my friends to read it. It’s not a book that even made me fall in love with the story. However, I enjoyed it. It was short and sweet. I think it could have been written much better. But everywhere; it was a good book.

I originally only bought the book because my favorite actress Sofia Carson is going to play Cassie in a film adaptation. My expectations weren’t very high since I just wanted to know the plot. But this book was so good that I read it in 2 days. The characters Cassie and Luke have very real struggles and passions, and following their thoughts and emotions through the first-person narrative was so engaging that I couldn’t put the book down. There are some plot twists that I didn’t expect, so there wasn’t a dull moment while reading. I have already recommended the book to my best friend and I can only recommend to everyone who reads it that it is worth reading.

It was really just another basic love story. Boy and girl meet. A stuck girl or guy has to fake a relationship in order to move on. Same story by other author. It didn’t really have a lot of emotional appeal to me. I was hoping since it was a military romance, but it just fell flat. I’ll probably be disappointed with the film as well, since I’ve seen the trailer and I have to point out a HUGE discrepancy. He’s a marine in the movie.

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In the book he is in the army. Ask anyone in any of these branches and you’ve unleashed a huge can of worms. But back to the book. I found out that I didn’t really like Cassie. Yes, he had his big break and all, but he was lacking in character development in some areas. I didn’t like one element of the story but I won’t explain which is a spoiler and if it were removed it would take away part of the base story.

And in all honesty, I know enough people in the military to know that war fraud happens every day. I’ve never seen anyone get punished for it (not to say it doesn’t happen). I understand it’s fiction and maybe I’m being too picky as a reader as it’s hard to find a GREAT military romance these days, but it didn’t really impress me. It was really just another character name pasted here and here, copied a fake marriage story, got over some character issues, gotten mad at each other.

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