Megan O'Brien has never been anything but focused on her future career as a Gaming Developer. When she falls for handsome Donovan, her high aspirations disappear when she must consider a decision she never imagined she would ever have to make. At St. Mary's Home for Unwed Mothers, she meets Marcus and he makes her feel as if she is not such a huge outcast as she thinks she is.
Page count: 248
Trim Size: Pocket Book (108 x 175 mm)
Binding type: Perfect Bound
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What readers are saying:
★ ★ ★ ★ ardelongbooklover reviewed Paper Hearts on January 27, 2020 (Amazon)
Good read, story was cute. Interesting story-line as well. Characters were well written and definitely wanted to see what happens next.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Elizabeth McDaniel reviewed Paper Hearts on January 3, 2020 (Amazon)
Heartwarming and heartbreaking
Megan was forced to face what girls are often left to face alone at a young age when sex is involved. Marcus was supporting his sister with her teenage pregnancy and her decision when he falls for Megan. Sixteen and pregnant Megan decides to keep her baby after much deliberation and support. Real life issues with real life problems and situations. Heartwarming yet heartbreaking at times. Great story.
★ ★ ★ ★ fischer reviewed Paper Hearts on December 16, 2019 (Amazon)
A story of unforbidden love and the consequences. She finds out she's pregnant and he doesn't care. When she goes to a support group she meets the brother of another girl that is in support and they eventually build a friendship that he hopes will be more. She doesn't think there is room for that, but it has a HEA even with them being so young.
★ ★ ★ ★ Kimberly reviewed Paper Hearts on December 12, 2019 (Amazon)
The book is a good teen young adult romance read. The story has a good story line. The characters are good. The story is an enjoyable inspirational romance read.
★ ★ ★ ★ Michaela reviewed Paper Hearts on December 12, 2019 (Amazon)
A novella following a teen girl as she sifts through the terrifying experience of an unplanned pregnancy. There were good characters. It’s tricky navigating those waters and she portrayed the different angles fairly well.
★ ★ ★ ★ Maria Loch-Bednarczyk reviewed Paper Hearts on December 7, 2019 (Amazon)
Heartwarming, full of emotions and beautifully written.
A very touching story about the teens being pregnant and about all the struggles that come with it. Decisions to be made, choices that sometimes are not ours. Story about importance of family and how it really helps to have loving and understanding parents. Loved this story for its message that no matter what curve-ball life trows at us we can manage to get our dreams come true and find solace and love even if at the beginning we think our life and world just ended.
★ ★ ★ ★ Author Adam C Mitchell reviewed Paper Hearts on October 14, 2018 (Amazon)
Wow this one gets you in the ticker and pulls on all the heart strings
(THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN NO SPOILERS.)
Although I can't grasp being young with a bun in the oven (with me being a man and all) I can however total grasp and relate the 'where do i fit in' group, especially when I was at the age these characters were. Lynette grasps normality to the point where to some extent we can all see a tiny slither of Edwina's dad in our own families not to mention the roller coaster of emotion that entails. It was also a nice breath of fresh air to see some good old family value to most notably in Megan's family and the way they sorted the story arc out, again was well done. Not many authors in my experience can pull that off, and make it believable to is a real skill. Well done there girl. The only reason I gave this book a four is this, to my mind this book could easily have been split and spread into a series of its own, if not that then it has the potential for a world of books set around Megan and the characters in orbit around her, so that we could really sink our teeth into each character and arc. But hey that's just one man's opinion. Lynette's work which I have not read before mind, had the same quality in character as published author and in my opinion queen of the YA genre, Jacqueline Wilson with the same power as that of YA's king Melvin Burgess. Miss Ferreira you have defiantly made me a fan and not just of the genre but of you as well.
★ ★ ★ ★★ Alex_K reviewed Paper Hearts on June 26, 2018 (Amazon)
This one got straight to my heart. I can understand the struggle being young, pregnant and not knowing how it, and I, fit it to the life everyone expected. To see how hard Edwina took her decision made me cry and I wanted to slap her father. Why can’t families rally around in hard times? It would be so much easier. But any decision, when pregnant, is hard to make and everybody has to find what’s right for themselves. But there doesn’t have to be more pressure then there already is. So, it was sweet to see how Megan, her family and, of course, Marcus found a new way that might be just as good as the one she had to give up. An interesting, thought provoking story about love, families and being pregnant as a teen.