Purple Hearts

Purple Hearts Summary


When a soldier with a troubled past and a struggling songwriter agree to a marriage of convenience for the military benefits, neither expects much after saying “I do.” Then tragedy strikes, and the line between what’s real and what’s pretend begins to blur in this smart and surprising romance perfect for fans of Nicholas Sparks and Jojo Moyes.

Cassie Salazar and Luke Morrow couldn’t be more different. Sharp-witted Cassie works nights at a bar in Austin, Texas to make ends meet while pursuing her dream of becoming a singer/songwriter. Luke is an Army trainee, about to ship out for duty, who finds comfort in the unswerving discipline of service. But a chance encounter at Cassie’s bar changes the course of both their lives.

Cassie is drowning in medical bills after being diagnosed with diabetes. When she runs into her old friend Frankie, now enlisted in the Army, she proposes a deal: she’ll marry him in exchange for better medical insurance and they can split the increased paycheck that comes with having a “family.” When Frankie declines, his attractive but frustratingly intense friend Luke volunteers to marry Cassie instead. What she doesn’t know is that he has desperate reasons of his own to get married. In this unforgettable love story, Cassie and Luke must set aside their differences to make it look like a real marriage...unless, somewhere along the way, it becomes one...

Book Reviews

Gabriela Marmolejo

Amazing!!!!5 star

This book is amazing! I love how she shows the struggles of the two main characters in all aspects, their personal issues, their beliefs and how the change with everything that happens to them with time, I love how she touch the subject of diabetes and really make a life style of it, how she touch on the life of an addict and his struggles, I wish she had touch on PTSD but I guess it could be a struggle for the next book, and with this said I really hope we have a sequel of this book, a continuation on the story, I would love to know more about Luke and Cassie!!!!!!55


Movie vs. Book3 star

Usually I am all about the book because it has more detail than the movie when I’m always left wanting more HOWEVER I think I’m this case the movie is 100000 times better than the story. I HATED the whole Toby story line in the book. My view of Cassie changed after reading and not for the better. I was really let down reading this. Hopefully this review helps save you some time.35


I wanted more…3 star

I read this book because I loved the movie but still it was missing too much sentimental detail, and it kinda let me down lacking the same…ughh 😔35


Nothing good to say1 star

I really wanted to like it but the lead female is such a witch there’s nothing to do but hate her and hope she loses everything.15


✨✨✨✨5 star

This was a great book!!55


So Good5 star

Omg I love this book55

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