Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf

Bring Me Their HeartsBring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If anyone is wandering whether they should pick up this book…my answer would be a thousand times YES!!!!

Zera is a Heartless, meaning a witch has her heart in a jar on a mantle which turned Zera into a monster of sorts. She can control the hunger by what she eats and the witch is her ruler/protector. Her witch sends her on a mission and as her reward for completing her mission, she will earn back her heart. Her mission, you ask? Get the Prince to fall in love with her and steal his heart giving him her same fate. Can she do it?

I loved the cast of characters in this book and I was hooked from the very first chapter. I could tell that Zera had that snarky whit that I enjoyed in my female heroine. I also liked the fact that it was easy to tell when Zara’s monster had taken over.

There is no insta-love in this story which is very refreshing. I must add that if you have a weak stomach, this may not be the story for you. It was not horribly graphic but there are some parts that may make some squeamish. I personally love that factor of the storyline…but hey, I am a little strange:)

Thanks to Entangled Teen for the adorable surprise box of goodies and the book! I adored it and cannot wait for the next installment!

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2 thoughts on “Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf

  1. Thanks Tessa! I hate having to wait so long for the next book! Especially when we are left wanting so much more!! The sass is always my favorite part! It keeps the reader on their toes never knowing what will be said next and I love when a book makes me giggle out loud!!


  2. I totally agree with everything in your review! I loved pretty much every part of the novel and I would recommend it to everyone. I also love how the story is kind of a twist on Snow White and the Huntsmen, like a more violent and gender-swapped version. I am not normally a fan of gore and blood and icky stuff like that, but I had to appreciate how Wolf used it well to emphasis the monster part of Zera and not just for shock value.

    Even though I loved the whole writing style, I do have to say that the sass was my favorite part. The sarcastic back and forth between Zera and Lucien was SOOOO much better than instalove. I am so excited and scared for the next book because the ending literally made my heart stop. I NEED ANSWERS!

    My ranting aside, I loved your review!

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