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Twisted Hearts
     

Twisted Hearts

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by Sara (Dennis) Schroeder
 

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17 year old Joe is forced to take up the role as the head of the household, when his dad gets injured, the company he works for goes bankrupt and they lose their home. Forced to live in tents, Joe must go to school, work and protect his family, by protecting their circumstances.

Joe falls for the new girl, 15 year old Amanda, whose father has had her in boarding

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17 year old Joe is forced to take up the role as the head of the household, when his dad gets injured, the company he works for goes bankrupt and they lose their home. Forced to live in tents, Joe must go to school, work and protect his family, by protecting their circumstances.

Joe falls for the new girl, 15 year old Amanda, whose father has had her in boarding schools since she was 9, and is keeping family secrets from her as well.

A tornado wrecks havic in the town and in their lives, in Twisted Hearts.

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ISBN-13:
9781477292181
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
11/21/2012
Pages:
170
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)

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Twisted Hearts 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you Anonymous for your unprofessional opinion! I happen to know the Author and since she had to do her own editing, I would say its pretty darn good. She currently is working on two books right now, just in case you are personally still thinking she doesn't have a career in writing. One got picked up by Tate Publishing. It is a teen love story, so yes you are right, teens would enjoy it, as do the older generation. Sorry you read at a 5th grade level and couldn't just enjoy the story. I bet a positive person could. ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got this book from a friend of the author. I don't really know Mrs. Schroeder, but I was not impressed by the book. I suppose the story is one that might appeal to a teenager, but it is written at about a 5th-grade reading level, and lacks the descriptive style we see from better authors. I really just could not get past the poor grammar, spelling, editing, and syntax problems in the writing. Also changes tense often within a single sentence. Just one of many glaring examples is the use of the phrase "wreck havic;" I've always known that phrase to be "wreak havoc." If the author and her editor are unaware of such basic errors, I'm afraid she does not have a writing career ahead of her. Apologies, but she needs to know.