Open Thy Heart
It’s summer in Shaver and, frankly, Dahlia Kennedy is bored. Even though she and Eva are throwing a party for David and she gets to visit Rowan in Ambrosia easier on account of summer hours, it seems like senior year is never going to come. Worse yet, it’s looking like the one thing she’s planned on doing for forever isn’t going to happen.
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‘Open Thy Heart’ was a great sequel in the ‘Flora’ series that really built on the tension, drama and mystery that we see in novel one, ‘If I Speak True’. The characters were awesome, funny and generally superb (excluding the evil villains). And let us not forget the ending! Because the ending was just………………beautiful. *cries tears of regret at ending the book*
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Admittedly, I already am a big fan of this series, so yes I love this book. Every new release in this Flora collection keeps getting better, with new revelations and exciting developments abound. It's got everything you could want in a book with magical realism - pretty covers (not essential but it definitely helps), well rounded characters, fascinating storyline and ...more
I still had some of the same problems with Dahlia that I had in the first book, as she was slightly annoying and I found myself unable to relate to her or, well, really like her that much. She was so narrow-focused, seeing things only through her perspective and yelling at everyone ...more
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Open Thy Heart was a delightful read! I don't think I liked it quite as much as If I Speak True, but it still felt like a great book.
Just like in book one, I loved Dahlia's POV. It was fun, fresh, and real. She was a great character with a personality that I really enjoyed. Actually, I really liked most of the characters' personalities. They were easy to sense and just seemed to shine throughout th ...more
I hadn't read the first book when I signed up for this book. I didn't even know this was the sequel. :/
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Anyway, all the way through reading this book I wanted to read the first book. I think I will be doing that as I really enjoyed this one.
This book made sense even without reading the first as our memory was refreshed in the amusing voice of our protagonist Dahlia. I soo enjoyed reading from her perspective. ...more
Every girl dreams of falling for a dark and mysterious prince, and that is exactly what happened to Dahlia. Open Thy Heart but Jessica Brooks, the second book in the Flora series, picks up in the summer before Dahlia's senior year. She has been separated from her love, and going insane at home with her protective mother. Once she returns to Ambrosia, she discovers there's more discontent brewing then she realizes and has to join Rowan, her prince, to help protect ...more