Friday, January 16, 2015

Shifting Hearts by Silvia Violet



Title: Shifting Hearts
Series:  Wild R Farm, 6
Author: Silvia Violet
Publisher: Silvia Violet
Genre: MM, Contemporary, Paranormal
Pages: 120
Reviewer: Redz







Publisher’s Blurb
  After experiencing what happens when someone you love walks away and never looks back, Brandon decided love was for fools. Then he spent a summer with Zach. He struggled against feelings that grew every time he and Zach were together, telling himself they were just having a fling. When Zach confessed his love one hot summer night, Brandon panicked. He scoffed at Zach and made sure he walked away first.

Three years later, their paths cross again when Zach becomes the vet at Wild R Farm where Brandon works. Brandon realizes his feelings haven’t changed, but Zach treats Brandon with scorn despite Brandon’s every attempt to show Zach he’s no longer the self-centered man he used to be. When a night out ends with Brandon driving Zach home, confessions are made on both sides, and hope begins to build in Brandon’s heart






Review
Shifting Hearts by Silvia Violet is the sixth book in the Wild R Farm series.  Brandon has always been a playboy and never really cared about his sex partners. That is until a sexy vet named Zach got under his skin. Brandon treated Zach like a piece of dirt and lost his trust and submission.  Now Brandon has grown up and wants his lover back.
Both of these characters have grownup and learned to accept themselves and other people into their lives.  Brandon has done the most in that area he really has grown and changed.  He still is a wild hearted man but he has a kindness he finally is letting others see.
I like how Ms. Violet brings about his change and shows us how he has grown.  I liked that we got to meet other people we know and love from the Wild R  Farm series.  This book makes me believe true love really does exist if you just let it in.   This book is part of a series and should be read in order to fully enjoy it.  

                                Five Shooting Stars 


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