Heart of Light

  • by T. K. Leigh
  • Narrated by Lisa Zimmerman
  • 12 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Twelve years ago Jolene's adoptive mother died. Twelve years ago a man showed up at Jolene's door and promised to take care of her. Twelve years ago Jolene was happy. Then it all changed.
Jolene Bergio has spent the last 12 years of her life asking one question: Why? Why was she left in the custody of a man who would sell her each and every night to the highest bidder? After a few years, she shut off, giving up hope that anyone would ever find her. Until her luck changed one night and she escaped.
Twelve years later she finally feels something she hasn't felt in a long time: free.
Scared that her past will find her unexpectedly, she hides away in a rented beach house, trying to distance herself from everyone. Until Dr. Cameron Bowen enters her world and slowly tears down the walls that she has built up over the past 12 years of her captivity. Jolene begins to learn to love again.
And trust again.
But when a man from Jolene's past emerges, will she be able to keep her identity hidden? When lies are told and hearts are broken, will the truth surface in time to bring Jolene back from the shadows that threaten to expose who she really is?
This is a stand-alone novel. It is not part of a series. Recommended for ages 18 and up due to explicit sexual situations, strong language, and graphic violence.


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Customer Reviews

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Really bad dialogue

*A little spoiler in review*
This was a struggle to finish. I had to fast forward though dialogue, this was a first for me. I got so tired of the you're perfect, you're so wonderful you're my everything thing conversations. Don't get me started on I'll always be here you(epic fail). There was no real consequences for bad behavior it was instant understanding and forgiving. There was a good storyline here but it just got cheesy, annoying and emotionally inconsistent.
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- Crystalew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-19-2016
  • Publisher: T.K. Leigh / Carpe Per Diem, Inc.