by Laramie Briscoe

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It is recommended that you read "Heaven Hill Generations" before starting this series, or you will be spoiled and lost!

Christine Steele

I stood by as my husband become a person I didn't recognize any longer. I watched as he betrayed his club.

Now I'm trying to figure out how to move on, how to live my life, still love myself, and allow my family to love me.

I've been broken before, but this time I'm not sure anyone can put those pieces back together.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163095339
Publisher: Laramie Briscoe Books
Publication date: 09/22/2019
Series: Heaven Hill Shorts , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 41,913
File size: 562 KB

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Stream Title 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MAustinreviewer 11 days ago
Christine was a quick and emotional 5 star read and book two in the Heaven Hills shorts. We get a look into Christine’s life after “Fury” and the depression she is dealing with after the loss of her husband. Your heart goes out to her and you want to see her heal and move forward. She has pulled herself away from the club and her friends. Only one person has been able to get through her walls lately, will he be able to help heal her and convince her to come back to the club? I was pulled in by Christine's story and I would love to see more from her and see how things progress for her. I also got some questions answered that I had following Fury. I was glad to see that she was coming around and things were looking up for her towards the end. I look forward to reading more from this series. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
Momma_Becky 4 months ago
Christine is the second Heaven Hill Short, and in ways, it's more emotional than the first, but in other ways, it has a lighter side as the story winds to a close. I think it does pack more of a punch than Caelin, and I think that has a lot to do with Christine's emotional maturity coupled with the boatload of guilt she's carrying. That guilt is understandable given everything that's happened in the Heaven Hill Generations series, everything that has led to this point. I loved her growth here as she learns that she does have people to turn to, including a special someone waiting patiently for her to be in the proper headspace. This one is part of a continuing story, so you'll want to read the Heaven Hill Generations series to follow the storyline. Each book is a wonderful romance in its own right, and it full of the Laramie Briscoe we've all come to love. All in all, Christine is a fast read, perfect for bedtime, and it's a solid combination of angst, friendship, and love.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Even though Christine’s is a very short story – that doesn’t stand alone without knowing the events in Fury – there’s a whole lot of emotion in here. So much emotion that I was nearly in tears at a couple points during the story. They may be really big emotions, and most of them are pretty heavy, but the book ends on a beautiful high note of hope and rebirth. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.