Series Review: Two Hearts Trilogy by Harper Bliss

A small-town lesbian romance about accepting who you truly are.


In the small town of Donovan Grove, Anna Gunn’s life is organized just the way she likes it: work from home, walks with her dog, Friday night drinks at the bar.

But Anna’s strict routine is challenged when the local bookstore is taken over by city slicker, Zoe Perez.

Will Anna let Zoe into her life, despite the major disruption she will have to tolerate?

And can Zoe look past Anna’s eccentricity and embrace her unconventional behavior?

I think in every single review for the “Two Hearts Trilogy” by Harper Bliss, I wrote: “I love this series!” Absolutely true!!!

This is my favorite series by Bliss. This might surprise most as it is a clean and sweet romance for two out of the three books in the trilogy and we all know that I do like my books to have a lot of “fun” in them (laugh). Bliss makes the story so good that it does not matter (laugh I am not a pod). 

Bliss tackles a subject I did not know a lot of about, but I am definitely reading up on now. I also love how Zoe and Anna approached their relationship. I cannot say that there was one thing I did not love about this book (except Zoe’s ex (laugh)). 

This is a series that will have you laughing out loud, “awwing”, and saying “hot damn.” The third book might have squirming as some scenes should not be read in public (laugh). 

I love this series. I cannot say this enough. These are a set of books that I will take out again and again because they have already brought me comfort and happiness. I already have my Forever with Zoe and Anna and you should too.

I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Further Details:
Publisher: Ladylit Publishing
Pages: 92k words
Settings: Donovan Grove, NY, US
Sex: Rated R – but only in the last book
Photo credit: Book cover is from Harper Bliss.

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