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"Liasson writes with humor and heart." --Jill Shalvis


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Can they find the courage to face their deepest wounds?



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Also by C.C. Hunter:

This Heart of Mine, February 2019
Trade Size
This Heart of Mine, March 2018
Hardcover
The Mortician's Daughter, November 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Midnight Hour, November 2016
Trade Size
Almost Midnight, February 2016
e-Book
Unspoken, November 2015
Paperback
Eternal, November 2014
Trade Size
Shadow Falls, November 2014
Paperback
Unbreakable, October 2014
e-Book
Reborn, May 2014
Hardcover
Chosen At Nightfall, May 2013
Paperback
Whispers At Moonrise, October 2012
Paperback
Taken At Dusk, April 2012
Paperback
Awake At Dawn, October 2011
Paperback
Born At Midnight, April 2011
Trade Size

This Heart of Mine
C.C. Hunter

Wednesday Books
February 2019
On Sale: February 5, 2019
400 pages
ISBN: 1250035902
EAN: 9781250035905
Kindle: B0739SPMNG
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Hardcover (March 2018)

Young Adult

A new heart saved her life—but will it help her find out what really happened to its donor?

C. C. Hunter's This Heart of Mine is a haunting, poignant tale about living and dying, surviving grief, guilt, and heartache, while discovering love and hope in the midst of sadness.

Seventeen-year-old Leah MacKenzie is heartless. An artificial heart in a backpack is keeping her alive. However, this route only offers her a few years. And with her rare blood type, a transplant isn’t likely. Living like you are dying isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. But when a heart becomes available, she’s given a second chance at life. Except Leah discovers who the donor was — a boy from her school — and they’re saying he killed himself. Plagued with dreams since the transplant, she realizes she may hold the clues to what really happened.

Matt refuses to believe his twin killed himself. When Leah seeks him out, he learns they are both having similar dreams and he’s certain it means something. While unraveling the secrets of his brother’s final moments, Leah and Matt find each other, and a love they are terrified to lose. But life and even new hearts don’t come with guarantees. Who knew living, took more courage than dying?

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