Rival Hearts


Rival Hearts
Written by: Susan Crawford
Publisher: Susan Crawford Books
Month, Year: December, 2016

A brief summary from Susan Crawford:
After a senior-year humiliation, the only thing that could’ve brought Morgan home is her passion to establish a much-needed food bank in town. Somehow, she got wrangled into being on the high school reunion committee and into a pact to find a reunion date online. Sparks fly when she’s paired with her high school rival—the man who ruined her life. 

Slater is not the same class jokester he used to be. When he sees Morgan again, he wants forgiveness—and something more.

Can Morgan open her heart to the former rival who might just be her perfect match?

My Thoughts:
With fortifying resolve in her heart, Morgan makes her way back to her hometown to help put on her high school’s 10-year reunion. A reunion she’d rather not attend, but someone got roped into being on the committee. But Morgan can handle anything as long as she doesn’t run into Slater, her nemesis who bullied her all through high school and ruined her life’s plans.

Determined to make amends for all the wrongs he did, Slater decides to do 25 kind acts to prove to Morgan that he’s not the same guy he was a decade ago. But will those kind acts be enough to prove himself worthy of Morgan forgiving the overwhelming hurt he caused her?

Susan Crawford’s sweet novella give forgiveness a what-if chance in this sweet and sassy story. I really enjoyed reading this novella in the Matched Online four-book anthology. Grab a copy for yourself and curl up for a sweet read!

I was graciously provided a free copy of this novel from Susan Crawford in exchange for an honest review.  I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. 


One Comment Add yours

  1. carylkane says:

    Great review!


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