Book Reviews

Conflicted Heart by Kay Shanee

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Twins Siyanna and Summer did everything together including falling in love with twin brothers Drae and Drue. Siyanna and Summer were even having their first child a month apart from each other, but tragedy struck when Siyanna’s sister and husband both die leaving Siyanna and Drue to not only mourn the loss of their sibling and spouse but also having to raise newborn boys Dash and Dylan. Siyanna and Drue focus is on raising Dash and Dylan together so they never imagined they would develop feelings for each other let alone act on those feelings. 

When I read the synopsis of this book I was intrigued and wanted to see how Kay Shanee would execute this forbidden love story, and I must say she was very successful at delivering a truly complicated love story that I would have most likely been against but instead I was in support of their transition from in laws to lovers. I loved how you could feel their inner struggle with their feelings from the pages while also being able to feel the love they have for one another. Drue was able to face his conflicted heart a lot faster than Siyanna was. Siyanna struggled with her conflicted heart throughout the entire book and I honestly understood her struggle, she didn’t want to betray her sister or her husband even though they were gone and I truly appreciated that about Si-Si. Siyanna’s struggles with her past were heartbreaking I was not at all expected the little suspense Kay Shanee snuck in toward the end. I was glad Siyanna finally got help and closure for her trauma.

This was a really good read and I appreciate Kay Shanee for taking her time with this love story and allowing time for Siyanna and Drae to love each other through their conflicted hearts.  

Categories: Book Reviews, Romance

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