5 thoughts on “Hidden Heart

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    The only time I put this book down was when I had customers at work, while I was driving my car (okay, I peeked at red lights), and when I was in the shower. I had my eyes glued to this book while eating dinner, blow-drying my hair, brushing my teeth, walking up the stairs (which is kinda dangerous), etc. I didn’t part with this book unless it was absolutely crucial, and when I had to put it down, I was still thin

  2. I have to begin by saying how very much I love the cover of this book. It’s so beautiful, very attention grabbing. But does the book deliver on what the cover portrays?

    Absolutely!

    Tessa is a strong woman, who has managed to rise above the less-than-stellar lifestyle most people are subjected to in post-communist regime in Romania. In the romance department, she doesn’t always make the wisest choices, but overall, life is going well for her. Then, tragedy strikes. I don’t want to give anything a

  3. Wow, this book was a great surprise! When i started reading i thought this was gonna be one of these ordinary romance book, but it was so much more. This book involves so many subjects in life. Love, death, sorrow, happiness, rape and even almost-incest.

    The reader gets to follow Tessa (Anastasia) during a few, emotional years, which is a rollercoaster ride of everything life can throw at you.

    HIdden Heart is anything but boring. It is kinda a slow burn in the beginning but it soon picks upp and

  4. I know it’s a cliché but I was hooked the moment I saw the cover. When I picked this book I knew very little about Romania and nothing about the author, but I decided to give it a try anyway. To my surprise I finished the book not wanting the story to end. I know it’s a work of fiction, but I wonder how much of the Romanian society and post-communism life was the author’s creation and how much is true. ased on the articles I found on the internet, a lot of the social aspects–the bribery, the co

  5. Drama galore, a hero to die for, a heroine with brains, that’s my kind of book. Hidden Heart delivers that and more. I’ve purchased the book mainly because of its cover more than anything; there were a lot of books on the stand but this one called me back whenever I looked away. I’m glad I gave it a try.
    Camelia Miron Skiba has a wicked talent to bring to life well-rounded characters, with flaws and qualities that one can relate to. The storyline took me by surprise over and over again until this

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