A moving coming-of-age story of love and heartbreak
Fourteen-year-old Nadia Delacroix is so obsessed with the lead singer of the local school band Teen Spirit that she starts to alienate everyone. She becomes moody, dark, and uncommunicative, sending her parents into a frenzy as they try to figure out what’s happening with their daughter.
Caitlin Weatherly’s parents have fallen out of love. She blames her dad. She hates his new girlfriend. And she’s heartbroken watching her mother unravel. On top of that, she can’t make sense of her cousin Nadia’s infatuation with that singer. After all, the guy is a senior at their school, already has a hot girlfriend, and he doesn’t even know Nadia exists. But she won’t listen to reason.
Broken Hearts, a prequel novella to It Happened to Us, is a moving coming-of-age story that shows us that you can never be too young or too old to feel the joy and the heartbreak of love.
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What readers are saying
4.0 out of 5 stars – A teenager’s struggle
March 28, 2019
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“Broken Hearts” is a very touching story. Thirteen year old Nadia was obsessed with Spike, a singer and guitarist of a band. Caitlin, her cousin, tried to help her keep her feet on the ground, but Nadia declared her undying love for Spike. This led to problems in school and a bad attitude at home. Relax and enjoy this beautiful story as you watch Nadia struggle with coming-of-age coupled with tragedy and heartache.
Susan W Bazinet
5.0 out of 5 stars – Emotional family story
November 13, 2018
Enjoyed reading this prequel novella to It Happened To Us. Very realistic story of family and teen struggles and a broken heart. Recommend you read all three books, you will love them.
5.0 out of 5 stars – An involving read
22 March 2018
This is not my usual genre, but I’m glad I decided to give it a try. The characters are well written, dropping the reader into a snapshot of their family life with squabbles, domestic fallout and unrequited teenage love thrown into the mix. It’s an involving read, pick it up and you won’t realise how easily you’ve gotten into it until you reach the end.