Monday, July 27, 2015

Release Day Review: A Heart's Forgiveness by Joann Schwehm


A Heart's Forgiveness by Joanne Schwehm
Release Date - July 27, 2015

A heart is made to love, but can it truly forgive?
Filled with confidence, intellect, and beauty, Julie Michaels was comfortable navi-gating life on her own. But everything changed when she met Brett Chambers and he found a way into her heart.

He consumed it.
He owned it.
He broke it.

Brett knew Julie was his soul mate. She mirrored everything he desired until she wanted forever. Having been burned before, he had no intention of repeating those vows. His refusal cost him what he treasured most – Julie.

Letting go of Brett was the hardest thing Julie had ever done. It tore apart her soul and every fiber of her being. Shattered, she tried to move on, but life had a different plan.

Would Brett’s mistake mean losing her forever, or could Julie find it in her heart to forgive him?


Julie and Brett were introduced in The Chance Series and also a tiny bit in The Critic but this book can be read as a straight stand alone. I did and never did I feel like I was missing some part of their story.

This story was great. Julie and Brett fall instantly in love. It was fun to watch how their relationship progressed and the fun they had doing it. But this book is really about mistakes. And the art of forgiveness.

Brett does something stupid. A poor reaction that sent his life into a downward spiral of events. I will say if I could reach through the Kindle and punch him in the face, I would. Julie’s broken heart was felt through the skin and I had tears for her and the struggle.

This is a great love story with an important message. One that I feel people need to be reminded of throughout daily lives.

Ms Schwehn’s writing was smooth and easy to read. I look forward to more books by her and hopefully we get Tyler’s story next. 

Joanne Schwehm is a romance author who was born and raised in Western, NY. She despises being cold, but she warms up either writing or reading sexy romantic books.

She loves the NY Yankees and the Dallas Cowboys and also enjoys playing golf (and the cute outfits that she gets to buy to wear on the course). Her motto is, "If you can't play well, then look good trying."

Her passions outside of the sporting world are; spending time with her family, having fun with her friends, reading, drinking coffee or diet coke and of course writing.

She studied Theater Arts in college and always wanted to be an actress, but that obvi-ously didn't pan out, so instead of staring in a drama, she writes them and hopes you enjoy modern day fairy tales and breathless moments.

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