From USA Today Bestselling author, MJ Fields, comes a gripping story of love and it’s many truths
I am officially a hot blubbering mess. This story was epically romantic, epically sweet and epically heart wrenching.
I am a big fan of MJ Fields and I have fallen for so many of her characters, but I have never felt as much for them as I do for Ava and Thomas. I have to say…this book is BY FAR her best work yet.
Ava Links was a princess. She loved her fairytales and she thought wholeheartedly that she knew how her fairytale would end. But fate wasn’t as kind to her and she eventually opened herself up to a love that was more true than she could have ever imagined.
Thomas Hardy was a man that made his life something special after growing up with difficult struggles. Sexy and famous, this drummer knew his heart belonged to Ava from day one and wasn’t afraid to show it. His passion was all encompassing and something truly written in fairytales. He was the most swoon worthy character I have ever come across and I loved him from the moment he made his first appearance.
Together Ava and T shared something so beautiful and pure. Their love was, for lack of a better word, EPIC!!
When I reached the part of the story that got too hard to bear, I kept going. By that point, I loved them so much I had to experience EVERYTHING with them. I couldn’t bear not feeling their struggle and giving them my strength and love. I also used more tissue than available.
I could burst in to tears just thinking about their tale. I could just smile with happiness and warmth at the love they felt. 27 Truths was a masterpiece showed strength, passion, heartbreak and fate can make and break us, but will make us stronger. This is one story that will grab your heart from the beginning and hold on tight! A definite MUST READ for 2016!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Once upon a time, Luke Lane loved a little, stubborn, delusional girl, and that little girl was me. My fairytale happy ever after always included my black-haired, blue-eyed, knight in shining armor, and that knight was Luke Lane. Then I grew up and convinced myself that it wasn’t a fairytale after all. It was Fate.
I twisted Fate to make her story come to life, but Fate fought back, and now I am looking at a man I still love, but he doesn’t feel the same. I have to walk away. Not just for me, but for him. And not for the version of him who broke my heart, but for the version who was truly a knight in shining armor to the little girl I was, so many fairy tales ago.
**** A note for the readers****
At present time, this story is slated as a duet. In the writing process things change. This story has been begging to be told for two years.
Although not necessary, The Love series, The Wrapped series, and The Burning Souls series can be read before The Truth About Love.