REVIEW: Heartbreak Warfare by Kate Stewart & Heather M. Orgeron

Title: Heartbreak Warfare

Author: Kate Stewart

Author: Heather M. Orgeron

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Publication Date: November 1st, 2018

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One of our fav reads this year and now a book on our Read or Die list.

Hands down one of the most emotional and angstiest (not sure if that's even a word) books I've ever read. Heartbreak Warfare is adequately titled. This book is the very definition of Heartbreak Warfare. It will literally make you feel like your insides are being torn out. I feel so attacked right now. From the get go I could tell that this book would pull at my emotions. Just at page three I could already feel the tears at bay. But I don't think I was fully prepared, in fact I wasn't prepared at all for the onslaught of emotional grenades that were thrown at me in this story. If you've read the blurb you will have an inclination that this book deals with a few sensitive subjects. War and the effects of war. My heart, my heart is still in pieces and I'm still trying to come to terms with everything that happened in this book. This read was raw, and absolutely gut wrenching and at times I could feel myself shaking as I read this. But I love books that make me feel and man oh man did I feel EVERYTHING. Every touch, every tear, every scream, EVERYTHING. The heartbreak, the worry, the anger, the despair and it's been awhile since a book has utterly CONSUMED me. Scottie, Briggs, Gavin and Noah they CONSUMED ME. They gutted me. This is one of those books where I didn't know how I wanted it to end. At times I wanted one way, and at other times I wanted it a different way. I went back and forth. I'm still going back and forth now typing this up. I could go on and on and potentially write a short story about what this book did and I will probably tell everyone I come in contact with to read this story. This book was just WOAH !!!

Briggs,

Remember when we parted ways in Germany? It was the day I broke your heart. What you didn't know was that I was breaking mine too.

I thought they’d be enough–my husband and my son. That I’d get home and everything would go back to the way it was . . .

Before the war.

Before the ambush.

Before you.

But, no matter how hard I try, I can’t erase the trauma we shared. I can’t seem to forget the way my heart beat in time with yours.

The truth is I’m lost without you.

I thought the nightmare was over when they pulled us from that hole in the ground, but nothing could have prepared me for the war I’d face at home.

I know it’s selfish of me to ask, but, please, I have to see you one last time. . .

All my love,

Scottie