Tuesday, April 2, 2013

BLOG TOUR: My POV of Hidden Under Her Heart by Rachelle Ayala

Hidden Under Her Heart: A Story of Abortion and Courage

Paperback, 308 pages
Published February 5th 2013 (first published January 13th 2012) 
 Maryanne Torres has sworn off sex. Intent on finding a marrying man, she joins a church youth group. A party at her pastor's house turns into a drinking binge, and Maryanne is raped.

Lucas Knight's only concern was winning the Ironman Triathlon until the morning he finds Maryanne unconscious in the church parking lot. He becomes the prime suspect, even though Maryanne cannot identify her attacker.

Maryanne wants justice but the identity of her rapist is hidden in the baby she plans to abort. A trap is set. Lucas races to clear his name and keep Maryanne's secret from drowning her and her baby.

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Pull out your tissue box because this one is a tear jerker. Maryanne Torres has had it with her bad luck in men. She even makes a bet with her friend to not have sex with anymore men until she meets the right one but when she meets the ever so hot , sweet as can be Lucas Knight,  she feels her luck is changing. Lucas Knight wants nothing to do with the women he has dealt with in his past only using him for his body but when he meets Maryanne, he sees her different.   When a misunderstanding occurs, Maryanne’s insecurities gets the best of  her, leaving Lucas to rethink their relationship.  Now Maryanne heartbroken and not thinking clearly, she puts herself in danger. Now Lucas Knight must do everything he can to clear his name and his future from being destroyed . This was a great read it was a little hard to get into in the beginning but once you get into it you can’t put it down. My favorite character was Lucas, He’s such a sweetheart and all you want to do is root for his happy ending . This story really makes you see the affects of the choices we make in life. It was a great read!

Rachelle Ayala
Rachelle Ayala is the author of dramatic fiction crossing genres and boundaries featuring strong but flawed characters. She writes emotionally challenging stories and is not afraid of controversial topics. However, she is an optimist and laces her stories with romance and hope.
Rachelle is currently working on a romantic suspense that touches on disability. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has three children and has taught violin and made mountain dulcimers.

Visit her at: Website: http://rachelleayala.me Blog: http://www.rachelleayala.com or follow @AyalaRachelle on Twitter.

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