Two Hearts – One Mind by RJ Nolan

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Book Four in the L.A. Metro Series

Author: RJ Nolan


Kim is a woman on a mission: She wants to propose to her partner, Jess, on Valentine’s Day. But things don’t turn out as planned, because Jess has a plan of her own…

Note: Previously published in the anthology Connected Hearts. Four Lesbian Romance Stories.

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Publication Date

August 2014


epub (for Kindle Reader/Kindle Apps, for iBooks, Nook etc.), mobi, and pdf




7,000 words




978-3-95533-225-9 (mobi), 978-3-95533-226-6 (epub), 978-3-95533-227-3 (pdf)


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2 reviews for Two Hearts – One Mind by RJ Nolan

  1. Betty Harmon


    Two Hearts-One Mind by RJ Nolan is a lovely short story about how Kim and Jess from the book L.A. Metro celebrate a very special Valentine’s Day. This tale occurs after the first book and before the second in the series.
    This is a sweet and romantic short story that will leave you feeling happy. It will also make you want more stories about these two characters. It took me less than a half hour to read and I was smiling at the end. I can recommend this to anyone who loves a good romantic short story. You don’t have to have read L.A. Metro first to enjoy this short story, but I would encourage you to read that one as well. They are both great tales.

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  2. Talaith Gladvert


    A feelgood story that is perfect for those wishing to know more about what happens to Jess and Kin from LA Metro. The ending can be seen coming from some distance – but that doesn’t detract from the overall cuteness of it. What can I say, I’m an unashamed romantic at heart. Anyone who like LA Metro should buy this, but it works OK on its own and might be a good idea to buy if you’re thinking about buying LA Metro, as a taster, so to speak – although it’s set after LA Metro. )

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