The Book of Love
In the magical sequel to The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers by Lynn Weingarten, Lucy must break the sisterhood's curse before she loses her chance at true love. Since she joined the Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers, Lucy's life has been perfect. Girls want to be her. Boys want to date her. She has access to magic. And her broken heart has completely healed. Her only regret is that her best friend, Tristan, is still hurting from her rejection. As she searches for a way to heal Tristan's heart, she discovers the truth behind her initiation into the sisterhood--and that her sisters have unimaginable secrets they've been keeping from her. Trapped in a group she no longer trusts, Lucy realizes it just might be better to risk a broken heart than to never fall in love again.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 134.87 x 203.2 x 15.49mm | 504g
- 01 Jun 2015
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, NY, United States
Praise for THE SECRET SISTERHOOD OF HEARTBREAKERS: "A truly original tale with plenty of tantalizing twists and turns to keep you under its spell."--Kate Brian, author of the New York Times bestselling series PRIVATE.
Back cover copy
When you gain a heart that can't be broken, what do you lose?he Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers has given Lucy everything she thought she wanted. Gone is the poor, innocent girl pining away for a guy who didn't deserve her, and in her place is a fierce, fabulous Heartbreaker with glamorous sisters, an unbreakable heart, and access to magic. The only problem is this: Lucy's best friend, Tristan, is still heartbroken. And she's powerless to help him. Or is she?It's time for the annual Heartbreaker competition--a chance for Lucy and her sisters to win The Book of Love, an ancient tome containing centuries' worth of Heartbreaker wisdom and maybe, just maybe, enough magic to fix Tristan's heart for good. As Lucy goes deeper into the world of the sisterhood, she learns that even those closest to her have unimaginable secrets and that when there's magic involved, nothing comes without a price. . . .