Heart Matters

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
To most, Jessica Cantrell has it all. While it might be partly true, little do they know about Jessica's traumatic past that has left her scarred forever and incapable of trusting anyone with her heart again. When she encounters the dashing billionaire Steven Hart, she can only dream of being in his arms forever. His mere touch ignites a passion in her that she cannot control or avoid! More
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About Tani Shane

Tani Shane is an author of romance novels who also works at a preschool. A mother of two, she strongly maintains: "Writing is my passion and writing that's entertaining, my goal."
Her all time favorite read is 'The Great Gatsby' by F.Scott Fitzgerald and one of her all time favorite quotes from it is: "Reserving judgments is a matter of infinite hope." --Nick Carraway.
Tani firmly believes that being busy isn't an excuse to ignore writing. She squeezes in time to write in her daily schedule and keeps her creative muse happy.
Her other goals are (among many more): visiting Macchu Picchu, seeing the Northern lights, climbing up the Great Wall of China and snorkelling in Hawaii.

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About the Series: Golden Hearts
Golden Hearts is a special series of romance novels that can be read independently of each other. The series is named to celebrate the 'Golden hearts' of the main characters. They will make you laugh, they will make you cry, they will win you over with their righteousness and make a special place in your heart forever. 'Heart Matters' is the first book in the series followed by 'Wild at heart - a bird in the bush'.

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Natt little reviewed on July 30, 2018

Great read! So many characters involved though that I felt there wasn't much room for extensive character building especially of the key characters. Enjoyed it though, look forward to your future work
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emr619 reviewed on May 19, 2015

Great effort for your first book, look forward to reading the next one.
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hrhsophia reviewed on May 12, 2015

For the most part I enjoyed this story although they were a few moments of suspended belief. I do not see why Mark was so unsuitable in this day and age and frankly Steven was annoying in his eventual blindness. But an overall good first effort.
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S. J. Qualls reviewed on May 7, 2015

I was amazed at how well this was written for a first book. Oh it has a few bits that need polishing, but not bad enough to make it less than a five star.
When a young inexperienced girl gets herself in trouble because of a spoiled rich kid attitude, it can change the outcome of her whole life and how she feels about love and trust.
I enjoyed this book and ended up finishing it instead of going to bed. Yawn!
A good read.
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