Release Package: Mended Hearts by Lisamarie Kade


Title: Mended Hearts
Author: Lisamarie Kade
Genre: Contemporary/NA Romance
Release Date: March 25, 2021
Cover Design: Black Widow Designs

Ashton Carpenter Left her boyfriend and small-town behind just after graduation without so much as a word.

Now, years later, she has no other choice but to return to her roots. She has plans to lay low and get her life together until Clay comes barreling back into her life.

Clay Williams was left heartbroken and confused by his girlfriend's decision to up and leave him, especially after all the years they spent together. He's grown into a heartless man who still holds a grudge after all these years.

Now that Ashton's returned, Clay makes it known she's not welcomed back and goes out of his way to make sure she doesn't forget it.

As Clay tries his hardest to continue hating Ashton, the tension between them begins to fester along with the feelings they once shared.

Yet, as they both try to work through their emotions, the past rears its ugly head, bringing a dark secret to light.

Will Ashton and Clay be able to face this new reality hand in hand, or will their second chance at love go down with the truth?



Lisamarie Kade is a romance author living in the sunshine state with her husband and small army of children.
When not writing, she can be found chasing the kids around or volunteering for one of their many activities.
Lisamarie enjoys chocolate peanut cups, music, and reading something steamy while sipping sweet wine.


This is only the second ever book released by Lisamarie and she has honestly hit it out of the park.
There is something very special about small town romances. Every time I read one I wonder why I don’t read more of them. Ashton and Clays story is a second chance at love, with Ashton finally returning home after leaving seven years ago she’s not exactly welcome with open arms except for a few people. It’s storylines like this that I cannot get enough of and Lisamarie’s version was outstanding. Then add in great minor characters and it was especially difficult to put this book down. I would definitely read more from this author in the future. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.


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