Hearts for Rent

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Hearts for Rent takes readers on a journey of life, love, and loss. The story follows six twenty somethings as they enter Julliard. J.T. has to make decisions about going to school or following his dream of being in a Broadway play. Ashleigh crosses paths with Kelso whom she falls in love with at just the sight of him. She does not find out his secret until she thinks she has run out of time.
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About Crystal James

I am a director of an alternative high school in Kansas City, Missouri. In my spare time between teaching, talking to parents, raising my own two kids, and making sure my two dogs stay out of trouble, I write fiction. I have always loved to imagine situations and then create a story out of them. My favorite type of writing is for young adults and realistic fiction. You will not catch my writing vampire stories any time soon. Some of my favorite writers are John Grisham, Lisa Scottoline, Suzanne Collins, and Sophia Kinsella. I would love for everyone to read my books and let me know what you think!

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Review by: Ana Shea Ann on July 23, 2011 :
This story is pretty heavy so if you are looking for a light and all fluff read, this isn't it. The story has it fair share of romance that will have smiling along with some heartbreaking tragedies. Many serious issues such as suicide attempts, depression and coping with a terminal illness play an integral part of the plot. This story gets pretty real and as such quite relate-able for some people.
Kudos to author for ability to make very real the emotions of the characters.
My issue with this story was author sometimes mixing names up like Court- she lists him Court Parker and at another place as Court Ashton. Also is Brady and Parker one person? Or two separate people?
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Review by: femmfatale on Feb. 3, 2011 :
This was quite a good book. The story is a bit tragic, but all the characters are believable and the story is all about friendships. A definite recommend read.
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Review by: heather heckroot on Jan. 25, 2011 :
Absolutely amazing. Leaves you breathless! This is a story for tweens, teens,and adults! A must read!!
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Review by: aramide on Jan. 21, 2011 :
Made me cry, beautiful. It was perfect for it's target group and great for both religious & secular audiences
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