Number of pages: 289
Time it took me to read: 2 days
Rating (out of five stars): 4
“I drove down the back roads of Violet Hill in the middle of the night with my best friend and my boyfriend sitting on the roof of my mom’s car. It was the most normal part of my night so far.” (Bleeding Hearts, page 138)
Bleeding Hearts is told from the point of view of Christabel, Connor and Lucy. I relate to Christabel because she is also an avid reader and she just wants to be left alone to dive into her favorite book.
I can’t believe I’m about give an Alyxandra Harvey book 4 stars, but I have to be honest; Bleeding Hearts disappointed me. Unlike the first three, I didn’t feel the same suspense and emotions rereading it as I did the first time I read it. I’ve even read this book fewer times than the first three. Bleeding Hearts was also less humorous than the other books, which made it feel boring.
I have to give Bleeding Hearts for stars because I was honestly quite bored while reading it, but I did like the story.