"If Fools rush in, then most people in love are idiots. And I'm the biggest
one of all."
Meet Jasmine Coleman. She's the girl that's outgoing, beautiful, and full of self-assurance- a confidence that’s forced to cover the scars she hides. When rushing into love becomes a heartbreaking mistake the last piece of it disappears. Now she is left uncertain, weak, and full of self-loathing. But her strength is needed now more than before.
Mason Reed is the quiet computer geek that's always the friend and never the boyfriend. Putting his social life on hold to help his single mother has left him shy when it comes to the opposite sex. And Meeting Jazz is no different. However being in love makes you do crazy things and his crazy has major consequences. Especially when the truth is revealed to others who are determined to rip them apart. Rash Decisions have major consequences. Some good. Some bad. All Life Changing.
"The Truth doesn't always set you free. Sometimes it breaks you apart and leaves you in pieces."
Review by Brittany
R.D. Cole started writing after she received a concussion from falling off a horse. She faces many challenges every day, yet she can write a story like nobody else can.
Learning to Heal follows the story of Jasmine “Jazz” Coleman and her brother’s best friend Mason Reed. Jasmine became pregnant with her professor’s child, but then found out he was married with children. When Jazz refuses to tell who the baby’s father is, Mason jumps in, claiming it’s his.
Jazz has no other choice but to follow along with this ridiculous idea of Mason’s. When the two get extremely close and eventually find love with each other, the real father comes in and is determined to ruin their lives. Will he be able to succeed in his threat of taking the baby from them?
R.D. Cole had me from the prologue of the first book, Learning to Live. When an author can grip me hard like that from the very beginning, I know I’m in for a treat. This book took me on a roller coaster ride of emotions. I was happy, sad, angry, scared, and then happy again. Mason and Jazz go through an obstacle course before they finally realize they are meant for each other, and I loved going on that journey with them.
The characters are amazing and R.D. makes it so each character has a story, no matter how little. I heard the next book is going to be explosive, especially with how this book ended. I can’t wait!
R.D. Cole is a fantastic writer. I can’t believe I waited so long to read her series. I highly recommend this to everybody. It’s a story of love, struggles, and healing. Like I said, fantastic.
R.D. Cole receives five stars again from me. I can’t wait for Learning to Forgive! Lyric’s story is going to be explosive.
About RD Cole
My name is Robin and I live in Alabama. I grew up an army brat and traveled a lot until we finally settled down along the Gulf Coast when I was 4. My husband is 9 years younger so I guess that makes me a COUGAR. I have a little girl who is 9 and is blind as well as autistic. My life is not boring with them two in it. Believe me. I have always loved creating and I would constantly draw on my walls. I love painting and reading. Writing is something I wanted to do but didn't think I could, until I woke up at three a.m. a few months back and started writing. Life has a way of throwing rocks at you and putting cracks in your soul. Either you can duck and cover or you can make something beautiful from the cracks.After that, the story took over. Even though some pieces of my life experience are within it, it is Tru and Jax’s story now. I have truly fell in love with this story and hope you all do too.