(Separate Schools, Book 2) Open Hearts

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Harrison and Taylor’s Open Relationship

With Taylor gone far away to a different school, Harrison can only suffer the imagination of relationships with other guys that will bloom around his beautiful girlfriend.

Kay tells him to be strong. Be smooth. Be the guy who can do this.

Taylor and Harrison are going to be open. They’re adults—new ones, at least—they can figure this out, they’ve been best friends since they were little. They love each other…

Everything in Taylor’s new school isn’t exactly like her boyfriend imagines it. Fitting in isn’t as easy as he might think, and besides, she didn’t go to California to meet guys or to fall in love. She’s there to get an education.

But it can all change very fast…

This book deals with polyamory and open relationships. There is jealousy and angst and heartache, sometimes hurt. If you consider open relationships cheating, this series will be a difficult read. It’s a love story and the emotions are paramount, but I can never guarantee an HEA.

1 review for (Separate Schools, Book 2) Open Hearts

  1. davidndaria

    Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me
    April 30, 2019
    Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
    For the movie, “Lost Boys”, Roger Daltrey (of The Who) covered “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”. It’s a very appropriate song for this, the second part of the KT Morrison series, “Separate Schools” titled “Open Hearts”. The meat of the Taylor saga takes place in the town where “Lost Boys” was set, Santa Cruz, CA. Harrison is in Central Michigan, near Saginaw, two thousand five hundred miles from his lady love, Taylor.

    College life is turning out to be horrible for Taylor, Harrison’s girlfriend of three years and best friend since the age of ten. They have a history, but the summer changed them in ways that neither could have predicted even though Taylor knew they were going to separate schools, thousands of miles apart. Taylor went to Santa Cruz and Harrison made the drive from the Saginaw, Michigan area to Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. Before Taylor left her boyfriend in Michigan, they made a pact to have an open relationship. Well, one where Taylor was free to do as she chose and Harrison was to be guarded by their mutual friend, Kelsey Kay.

    This book is beautifully written by KT, and again, KT’s research is second to none. KT writes about locations as if KT’s been there. KT uses real locations and settings to write very believable scenes. While reading this book, use your favorite search engine to check on the areas for yourself. For the most part, they’re there. For example, the gym KT mentions is there. It’s real.

    So, what happens when Taylor gets to Santa Cruz and when Harrison attends MSU? Does Taylor get Tripped up? Does she pray to the Heavens to take her back to Michigan and Harrison? Does Taylor fall prey to the mystique of the long-abandoned house used in “Lost Boys”? Does something unplanned happen?

    How will Harrison react when he hears that something “did happen”? Is he going to be afraid the sun is going down for him? You’re going to have to read this book to find out, but we promise you: You will be in for an angst filled, ride.

    This series has the potential to go many ways, but for now, we’ll take it at face value. We give it five stars!

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