Danielle's Reviews

~ REVIEW: Heartbreaker by Kat and Stone Bastion ~



Kiki Michaelson wants one wild night to forget her starving-artist worries. Simple.

Only instead of Darren Cole becoming her one-night stand, he taunts her with a challenge. Then while she’s trying to best him at his own game, he turns out to be the last thing she’s prepared for: someone she wants to keep.

Which means all he can ever be…is a friend.

Darren Cole never allows a girl to get close—not close enough to matter.

Then storms in Kiki Michaelson, a beautiful, fearless temptation that rocks his world off-balance. But he fights their attraction, unwilling to gamble something physical with their close ties. Until the passionate sculptor exposes her heart and breaks his wide open.

In that moment it becomes clear: she could never be just a friend.

Sometimes what you run from…is exactly what you need.

***HEARTBREAKER is a standalone, full-length new adult romance told in dual POV. Due to mature themes and adult language, this book is for those 18 and older.***

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daniell review 4 stars

Very enjoyable read! This is a sweet love story with just enough angst to keep it interesting.

Darren and Kiki are attracted to each other but neither need nor want the complications that come with being in a relationship.  Since they work together sometimes, a one-night stand is out of the question.  So they decide to just be friends.  But how long can two people stay “friends” when there are so many sparks flying every time they are near each other?

“The best miracles happen when we least expect them – when we finally let our guard down.”

Darren and Kiki were very endearing and I loved them together. They both have the same fun-loving spirit but had so much more depth to their characters than I first realized.  The dual POV was fantastic and I enjoyed being inside their minds, especially when they were both struggling so hard with staying strictly friends.  There are some light, funny moments in this book as well as some heartbreaking times.  The secondary cast was very entertaining and I can’t wait to read more about them in this series.  This is the first book I have read by Kat and Stone Bastion but won’t be my last!

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