Pierced by Love by Laura L. Walker

December 12, 2014 | 3 Comments

Pierced by Love by Laura L. WalkerPierced by Love
Author: Laura L. Walker
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 224
Date: December 9, 2014
Publisher: Cedar Fort

Being dumped the week before her scheduled wedding was certainly not Noelle Jensen’s idea of fun. But being dumped twice—this time by her boyfriend, Chase, in favor of her sister Melody—is simply humiliating. Bemoaning the fact that she has now become the “institute freak” at Northern Arizona University, Noelle turns to Pierce Logan—the institute “player” and last person she expects to distract her with love—to help her through this trial.

Meanwhile, Pierce is dealing with his own family crisis. Having never really gotten over his parents’ divorce while he was serving his mission, Pierce is astonished to learn of his father’s sudden reactivation in the Church and subsequent marriage to a woman he’s never met.

Can Pierce help Noelle endure the drama of her sister’s engagement and find the courage to forgive Melody and Chase for their betrayal? Can Noelle uncover Pierce’s insecurities before Kasey Hamilton, a jealous girl in their ward, destroys any chance they might have at happiness? Or has a forever love eluded Noelle once again?


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About Laura L. Walker

Laura L. Walker

Laura L. Walker grew up in the beautiful Gila Valley of southern Arizona and met her real-life hero at Northern Arizona University. In addition to mothering their six children, she enjoys putting her imagination to good use by creating stories that connect lives.

3 responses to “Pierced by Love by Laura L. Walker

    When two people spend a lot of time together the heart creates a mind of its own 🙂 And slowly they are both “pierced by love.”
    I LOVE the play on Pierce’s name for the title…very clever!
    I thoroughly enjoyed this one!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    This was a cute LDS contemporary romance. I thought a lot of the story felt pretty realistic, but there were also a few things that characters did/said that seemed inconsistent. I was hoping for a little more plot conflict/tension in the story. But I did like the college setting and the happy ending!

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