Two of Hearts

Two of Hearts

by Julia Gabriel

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When straitlaced Cassidy Trevor and playboy Matt Wolfe are volunteered to co-chair St. Caroline's first ever Winter Festival, no one expects sparks to fly. Some opposites are just too opposite to attract ...

Cassidy is the backbone of her family's quilt shop, the one everyone relies on, the person who makes the trains run on time. But she's harboring a secret no one is going to like—she's making plans to leave St. Caroline ...

Matt Wolfe has spent his entire life living down to everyone's expectations. As a member of a firefighting family, he's also seen too many people lose everything in a heartbeat. He knows it's easier to let go of things if you never let yourself really want them in the first place ...

... or are they?

For Cassidy, a short fling is perfect. There's no chance of love 'em and leave 'em Matt Wolfe tying her down. It's ideal for Matt, too. Cassidy's plans to leave town mean no messy breakup and no disappointment when expectations aren't fulfilled.

Then the unthinkable happens ...

The one person who supports Cassidy's dream to leave St. Caroline becomes the one person she can't bear the thought of leaving. And for the first time in his life, Matt is discovering expectations he wants to live up to ... his own.

The St. Caroline Series

Come to the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the 300-year-old town of St. Caroline, Maryland. Meet the Trevor family—Michelle, Dan, Becca, Charlotte, Natalie, Cassidy and Lauren—and their popular quilt shop, Quilt Therapy. Across town, the men of the Wolfe family have been the backbone of the St. Caroline fire department for generations—and Tim, Jack, Matt and Oliver are continuing the tradition.

The St. Caroline Series features emotional stories with relatable characters you'll fall in love with, true-to-life problems and triumphs, and sweetly sexy romance that leads to a happy ever after.

Book 1: Summer Again

Book 2: Hearts on Fire

Book 3: Two of Hearts

Book 4: This Reminds Me of Us

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159078148
Publisher: Serif Books
Publication date: 05/29/2018
Series: St. Caroline Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 47,112
File size: 683 KB

About the Author

Julia Gabriel writes contemporary romance that is smart, sexy, and emotionally-intense (grab the tissues). She lives in New England where she is a full-time mom to a teenager, as well as a sometime writing professor and obsessive quilter (is there any other kind?). If all goes well, she’ll be a Parisienne in her next life.

Her books have been selected as “Top Picks” by RT Book Reviews, and critics at RT Book Reviews, Kirkus, and others have called her work “nuanced,” “heart-wrenching and emotional,” “well-crafted contemporary romance,” and “deeply moving storytelling.”

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Two of Hearts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ViperSpaulding More than 1 year ago
Sigh ... this book just swept me away to its fictional locale with its authentic cast of characters. This romance focuses on Cassidy and Matt while also encompassing the lives of just about everyone in their picturesque small town. Cassidy's sister, Becca, is engaged to Matt's brother, Jack, from the previous book in this series. Their ultra-slow developing romance has far-reaching ramifications for both their families, and I loved the way the author didn't shy away from addressing the tough questions. Both families have endured recent tragedies as well as current life-altering events, and reading about how all that works together elevates this book to so much more than a simple love story. There are no easy answers, but that makes the story all that much richer. These two do find their HEA, but we're still left with open-ended questions related to other family members. This is an easy series to get addicted to, with its realistic story threads and amazingly relatable characters. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.