Guest Post: MV Ellis & Finding Marnie

Guest Post: MV Ellis & Finding Marnie

“This book is angst with a side of heartache and will leave you feeling ALL the feels. These two really broke my heart in the writing, but it was so worth it in the end. I love them almost as much as they love each other.”—MV Ellis

 Finding Marnie is the fourth installment of the Heartless Few rock star romance series, but can also be read as a standalone novel. The previous three books in the series focus on the tumultuous relationship between the Heartless Few’s bad boy frontman, Arlo Jones and his love interest, London Llwellyn, while Finding Marnie follows on Arlo’s twin brother Luke and the pair’s long-time friend Marnie. 

 “I. See. You. I always have. I see you trying desperately to make yourself small—physically and emotionally. I see you choosing to avoid commitment, permanence, and real life in favor of all things temporary, transient and meaningless. I see you constantly trying to hide in plain sight.”Luke Jones

 Though physically identical to moody, broody Arlo, when it comes to personality, the two are as different as night and day, which makes for some epically high highs, and dramatically low lows between them. This story follows the serious and broody “quiet twin,” and the tragically troubled Marnie, as they struggle to balance their love for each other with the ghosts that haunt them from the past. 

 “I’m damaged goods. I couldn’t inflict that on anyone. Especially not on you. You’re too good. You don’t deserve someone like me marring your world.” Marnie Harloe

This story packs a punch, covering some heavy and emotive themes that will bring a tear to some reader’s eyes. Throw in a complicated relationship between Arlo, Luke, and Marnie, loyalty, loss, and a huge dose of sibling rivalry, and you can expect angst, tragedy and heartbreak aplenty, as the two battle their way to their happy ever after. 

 “Know this. Every time you tell me something else about you that you think will scare me away it just draws me closer. Every horrible thing in your past that you think defines you, and repels me makes me want to know you better. To see you. To find you in amongst that complex maze that life has built around you, and through the wall that you’ve built around yourself.” Luke Jones



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