My rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Goodreads rating: 2.44 with 9 ratings (as of 3/11/2019)
Months have passed since Nate has met Traeh, the deity of love with the pink heart-shaped irises. He’s gotten used to his new powers she has given him and feels invincible, at least until someone predicts he’s going to die a violent death. Nate becomes cautious and takes a break from his hobby of killing disloyal cheaters and gold diggers to avoid any unnecessary trouble. But trouble finds him because of his past actions and forces the hand of a powerful foe, pushing him to his limits and forcing him to deal with his inner demons. …more
200 Word Review
I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review.
Rise of the Hearts: Rebirth is the second book in Antoine Bonner’s Rise of the Hearts series. Using Goodreads’ rating system, I gave this book 3 stars. I gave the first book only 1 star. It was a challenge to even finish the first novel.
I liked Rebirth and do not think it was because I was familiar with the characters since I could not relate to them in the first novel. The writing improved since the last novel. In the first one, the story did not flow but it flowed well in Rebirth.
The first novel is NOT intended for Young Adults. Based on the description, I had mistakenly thought it was appropriate for younger readers. There are several passages that are not appropriate for young adults. I cannot think of any passages that would not be appropriate in the second book but still feel the series in not a young adult series.
This novel is only 100 pages long and is a very quick read. The story felt as if it was an episode in the middle of a television series. It felt as if it was only part of a story. I would read the next episode.