Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2

Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2✭ Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2 Books ✯ Author Valentina Heart – Heartforum.co.uk When his children are taken away from him without living at all Merin is at the end of his rope and still has to save Rin from the clutches of sorrow But not even in his grief can he find peace becaus When his children are taken away from him My Heart Kindle Õ without living at all Merin is at the end of his rope and still has to save Rin from the clutches of sorrow But not even in his grief can he find peace because the attacker is plotting and Owner of eBook ✓ his newly united kingdom must prepare for war against a vicious invading armyWill working together save the kingdom and their family from giving in to the continuing challenges Can love truly conuer all or will their enemies finally achieve victoryCONTENT ADVISORY This title includes HFN ending.

I would say that I am first a My Heart Kindle Õ reader and then a writer My fascination with books goes way back into the past when I didn't even know I could read something that wasn't given to me in school Writing came later First when I tried writing Owner of eBook ✓ down the plots of the movies I found overwhelming and later in the form of a very dark blog that connected me with people I still consider very good friends Whe.

Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2 ePUB ¸ Owner of
  • ebook
  • 133 pages
  • Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2
  • Valentina Heart
  • English
  • 02 December 2016
  • 9781614955504

10 thoughts on “Owner of My Heart Mending the Rift #2

  1. Susan65 says:

    WowI really really loved this one The parts that disappointed me in the first book were all explained and then put to rest in this one I am soooo glad I kept with it and read on I was completely engrossed from page one had my heart ripped out cried at the beginning and then slowly all was put back to right before finally ending the story with a smile on my face and in my heart Love it

  2. Gwendolyn says:

    The stupid book blurb spoils the book by telling us all the babies died WTF? Who does that?

  3. Serena Yates says:

    The seuel to ‘King's Conuest’ begins right where the first book ended and starts with a truly heart wrenching bang I was certainly glad the blurb warned me about the children's fate but reading the details was very emotional and touched me deeply This whole second book was a lot deeper than the first truly building on what the first volume had started The characters grew and changed but so did the circumstances and this world gained some depth The emerging new enemy added a nice touch of tension and added to the continuing struggle of Rin and Merin's growing relationship the whole story just took off for meMerin is the one telling the story this time and I really loved hearing from him The depth of his feelings for Rin his loving attempts to help his husband over the loss and his desperate attempts to stop Rin from wanting to become pregnant again had me fascinated Add the threat of an invading army and the sense of adventure is completeRin is determined than ever to do the right thing for both their kingdoms He knows the only way to ensure permanent peace is to provide heirs for the newly united country even if that means risking his life His love for Merin continues to grow but he also realizes he can be a partner in than name Despite the fact that he was never meant to rule his own kingdom he turns out to be a pretty good leader I loved how he discovers this and doesn’t uote know how to deal with this newfound ability If you like a good fairy tale that masuerades as a fantasy in foreign lands if stories that deal with deep emotions and serious loss are your thing and if you enjoy seeing two men deepen their relationship despite the odds you will probably like this novellaNOTE This book was provided by Pride Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  4. Barbara➰ says:

    35 StarsThis one was better than the first one but holy shit was it sad in the beginning I cried big fat ugly tears It should have come with a warning because it broke my heart I'm going to spoiler it because I think people should know beforehandview spoilerRin miscarries the babies and almost dies himself hide spoiler

  5. Sadonna says:

    I remember how mad I was at the ending of the first book when I didn't realize that it was the first of a series This story begins right after the events of the first book and both Rin and Merin are looking forward to the birth of their children However once again tragedy strikes and the children are lost Rin barely survives the ordeal and Merin thinks that he will lose Rin as well from grief and heartbreak Then just when things are starting to settle down there are assassination attempts and then yet another war While things are still not clear and peaceful I definitely liked this ending better and look forward to the final book in this series This is another fast paced read that kept me glued to the pages until the end The roller coaster ride of emotions and events and the romantic and playful nature of the relationship between Rin and Merin kept things interesting

  6. Kinny says:

    We finally find out who the assassin from book 1 is and that person gets it good Yes the twin babies die but Rin gets pregnant again and gives birth before the book ends It is listed as a HFN ending because they are still at war with the Riki and Rin and the babies are in the camp with their soldiers so they are at risk I was expecting tragedy and angst but this is an overall easy read

  7. ♥️Victoria ♥️ ♥️love books♥️ says:

    Overall book rating 45 Stars Audio book na Book cover 35 stars MC1 Prince Rinin MC2 King MerinejAnd it just keeps getting better WOW WOW WOW

  8. Jacq ~ says:

    This is such an adorable read

  9. Maya says:

    Owner of My Heart by Valentina HeartMending the Rift Book 245 StarsReviewed for wwwheartsonfirereviewscomview spoilerReview The book picks up exactly where book one left off and this time it is told from King Merin’s POV Rin is pregnant with twins and after another attempt on his life loses both children due to their early birth and his injuries Merin is heartbroken and Rin is nearly catatonic in his grief Merin’s greatest fear is losing Rin and decides that having children and continuing his royal bloodline is not worth the risk of losing the man that he has come to love above all else It takes Merin’s begging before Rin finally snaps out of his depression and rejoins the living The marriage of King Merin and Prince Rin allowed the joining of the Jede and Kari kingdoms but there is unrest from the leaders of Kari because Rin has not taken an active role in ruling at the king’s side Rin steps up and takes his rightful place beside Merin As he is still learning what is involved in running a kingdom the person responsible for all the attempts on Rin’s life and the death of the royal children poisons and stabs Merin It is a long recovery for the King and Rin now has the responsibility of running everything It is during this time that Rin comes into his own and truly lives up his full potential and becomes the person he is meant to be Almost losing the love of his life has given him the courage and determination to get pregnant again and he doesn’t give Merin much choice in the matter as he is still bedbound and recovering Rin realizing that Merin will not live without him promises that he will use his magic to heal himself during the childbirth and he will leave the healing of the children to Merin Both men are thrilled when it is confirmed that they are expecting again and Merin fully recovers The Kari’s come under attack by a ferocious race of people called the Riki As leader of his armies Merin has to go into battle to protect them Because of Rin’s pregnancy and the necessary magic that Merin provides for the well being of the children Rin cannot be separated from Merin and accompanies him to their army camp Rin safely gives birth to the royal heirs amidst the continuing battle with the Riki The fighting wages on with heavy casualties of Merin’s men and there isn’t an end in sight hide spoiler

  10. Elisa Rolle says:

    Aside from being among the Bestsellers in Gay Romance for last year I was drawn by this series for the m preg theme I think someone suggested this to me and being the first one a novella I thought why not? The commitment is not too much if I don’t like it and if I like there is always book 2 I read it in one night and bought the second novella the same nightValentina Heart doesn’t shy away from the chosen theme and actually it’s the main reason why Prince Rinin is able to barter a marriage instead of being a sex slave to King Merinej Rin is now alone his kingdom lost the war against Merin’s one and now the council has decided for him he will be the pawn to beg mercy Since he was born Rin wasn’t fated to be a warrior too fragile and precious; he was special a man able to give birth but that is also coming with the almost certainty of death if he tries And now he is supposed to be a sex slave to Merin him that doesn’t have any idea of what sex or even the simple contact with a man means But for once Rin decides to rebel and proposes to Merin a marriage he will bear Merin’s child a child of two kings someone destined to be powerful and of perfect lineage If death will come for Rin it will be better than a life as a slaveThis is for sure a story that appeals to many but at the same that is not suitable to all This is a gay version of the Savage Romance with many of the clichés of that genre but also with all its attractiveness It’s not realistic it’s not about euality in a relationship it’s about a strong character in relationship with a fragile one but fragility doesn’t mean stupidity Rin is not stupid he is naïve; he is the first to admit he was not raised to be a leader and he doesn’t want to be But at the same time he is proud of his ancestry and wants the respect he deservesI strongly suggest to approach these two novellas as a whole and to read both of them close to each otherhttpwwwdpB008LXYZHM?

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