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this is a very heartwarming book however I was relentless with the same things happening over an over again I had a hard time finishing this book it took me longer than normal the storyline was good one I havent come across in a book to date but the it was very long winded Keely Johannsen Idolized Mark Jefferson From The Time She Was A Little Girl He Was Everything She Wasn T Strikingly Attractive, Irresponsible, Daring They Were Friends, But Then He Took Her To Her First Dance And Gave Her Her First Kiss She Was Devastated When He Died Racing His Mustang Down A Residential Street Eight Months Later, She S Still Living In A Grief Filled Haze She Doesn T Even Look At Boys Until She Meets A Stranger Outside Mark S House Jonathan Michael Andrews III Tripp As In Triple Is About Her Age, Tall, With Light Brown Hair And Coffee Colored Eyes He S Everything Mark Wasn T Cautious, Reliable, Considerate He Even Volunteers At The Hospital, Entertaining Children In Coronary Care Keely Finds Herself Drawn To Tripp, To His Sensitivity And Honesty, And He Seems Drawn To Her She S Delighted When She Discovers He Ll Be Spending The Summer With His Aunt, Mark S Mother Keely S Heart Starts To Heal As She And Tripp Grow Closer, But As The Summer Reaches Its Peak, She Discovers That Tripp Is Not Who He Says He Is He S Been Lying To Protect A Secret A Secret That Could Shatter Keely S Heart All Over Again.Reviews HEART STRINGS Is A Unique Story Tender, Moving, Funny, Gripping And Intelligent, A Perfect Mix, Excellently Written With A Wonderful Ear For Modern Teenager S Dialogs The Serious Issues Organ Donation, Recklessness, Honesty Melt Seamlessly With The Smoothly Flowing Plot HEART STRINGS By Betty Jo Schuler Will Capture Your Heart For Eternity Is It Ever Okay To Withhold The Truth Tripp Finds It Extremely Difficult To Confide In Keely His Secret Should He Take A Chance And Tell Her The Heart Transplant He Received Was Donated By Her Recently Deceased Boyfriend How Will Keely React When She Discovers The Truth Will She Believe Tripp Truly Loves Her, Or Will She Think It S Mark S Heart This Tale Isn T For Only Young Adults, I Recommend It For All Those Hopeless Romantics Kim S Reviews Reviewed By Kim Gaona Also posted to Jen in Bookland1.5 starsHeart Strings is a quick and easy read, though not a particularly good one It wasn t horrible, but I wouldn t recommend it either Maybe you need to be younger to enjoy reading it I don t know Everything came together and worked out a little too easy It wasn t really believable Keely is so hung up on Mark still, who died 8 months ago in a racing accident Then suddenly Tripp shows up and she is almost instantly starting to like him There were two brief freak outs, but then it was just like Tripp all the way for her Alright I guess, but if you are so in love with Mark shouldn t it take a little to get over him Then Tripp I get his whole new lease on life thing, but he is pretty much instantly in love with Keely I just didn t see it He seemed like a nice guy, but there wasn t enough character development for me to really know either of these characters or see a relationship between the two Every time Keely and Tripp were together it felt a littlewooden Something was just off so it didn t seem real So I didn t really care about either of them That and they are both keeping secrets which once found out cause a short freak out, but super quick and easy working everything out All of the drama in the book also seemed a bit pointless I don t know It just wasn t a very good read for an adult The end just left me shaking my head like really It is that easy Alrightwell on to the next book. It was like a 2.5 but I m a sucker for a happy ending. It was a cute book but I just didn t find it very interesting. beautiful book i loved it DescentDescent read Good wee story to pass the time Bit short but liked the thought behind it This is definitely a book that you need to be in the correct age group to read, I think It was cute, but it didn t catch my interest at all and I just kind of paged to the end without getting caught up in it. Didn t finish Will try and re read later this year.