BREAKER: A Brother's Best Friend Standalone Romance Kindle Edition
|Length: 342 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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From the Publisher
- Publication date : October 22, 2019
- File size : 710 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Crooked Tree Press (October 22, 2019)
- Print length : 342 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07ZHGN3CK
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,060 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When Grady goes all in, he's in 100% with no turning back, and when he channels his inner romantic, gah! Get ready to swoon and be swept off your feet. His words are downright poetic, revealing the beauty that resides deep in his soul. Grady is it, my reader friends. This is what we all dream of. To be loved by someone who loves as deeply, purely and fiercely as Grady loves Sutton.
Lest you think it's all hearts and roses for these two, that is far from the case. After time and distance no longer separates them, it takes some time for everyone to get with the program. And then there are outside forces conspiring against them and posing a serious threat to their happily ever after, critically testing the depth of their love and level of commitment to each other.
Admittedly, I’ve been in a bit of a book funk, struggling to get through a perfectly fine book and just never connecting. Then this ray of sunshine comes into my reading orbit and Grady and Sutton chase my funk away. With writing this talented it's as if the words are dipped in magic with perfect, soul-stirring moments at every turn. In one sentence my heart is slayed and in the next I’m laughing out loud, experiencing the best kind of wild, emotional whiplash throughout the book. Enchanting perfection that touches your heart and makes your soul smile, you'll want to put this one at the top of your TBR.
Breaker is gutwrenching, full of longing and second chances. An adult story about commitment and denial. And yet… it’s so much more. Harloe Rae is one of those authors who doesn’t fit neatly into little boxes, and this story shows off her narrative gifts and her romantic heart.
“His memories are full of smiles.” I LOVE THIS LINE! I want Gray’s future to be so full of smiles too. Rae writes their love story with so much care. She lingers in moments between them, and builds to their intimate scenes of rapture like she’s painting a delicate piece of china. I was blown away.
Truth, I may have groaned a little and sobbed quietly. It’s really gewd. Even the erotic touches are built on a desperate vulnerability, some of Rae’s best heartbreaking and romantic passages.
Everyone should read it. It’s a fantastic portrait of choices, between want and responsibility, between selfish and selfless love. Told with her lyrical style that spins a dark thread of hope and connection. It’s beautiful. You won’t be able to look away.
Breaker beats with so much longing and brutal truths. Grady and Sutton are real and honest, devoted friends driven apart by fate. And I love how they find each other, and find love. Plus, there's a dog. And happy somethings, and sometimes that's all Grady had. Sigh I love this story.
Sutton grew up as the bright buoy to all the chaos and tragedy that Grady swims in most of his life. She sustains him and keeps his head above water. They had a life long relationship built on ritual and trust.
When Sutton leaves, Grady is forced to move on as well. Only after she returns, can they begin to examine themselves and their relationship as adults. The set up to this story is so well told. I loved it. I loved them falling.
“A floating sensation sweeps over me. There’s serenity whisking within the pain.” Yeah, I know. This book is bulging with these moving sensations. Honestly, my emotions were all over the place. Tears and laughter and a lot of heartache, I was pulling for them so much and fighting my own emotional reactions.
Grady and Sutton deserve each other. If you love great leads, a good cry and a angsty love story, you will love Breaker.
Grady is broody and moody, but has a sensitive, vulnerable soul. Life has been rough on him, causing him to surround himself in an impenetrable darkness in order to block out any feelings. But at age nine, a light in the form of seven-year-old Sutton pierces his darkness.
Years of secretly basking in her warmth and light and sharing happy somethings still isn’t enough for Grady to let her all the way in. He refuses to sully Sutton with his darkness, always thinking he isn’t worthy of her.
After four years apart, will Sutton’s persistence and love finally be enough for her to be the breaker of Grady’s defenses and lead them to a happily ever after?
Top reviews from other countries
I suffered a book-hangover and couldn't find the right words.
At first: it's one of my favorite tropes: brother's best friend.
You really feel from the start, that Grady is Sutton's everything and it doesn't change after the prologue or the first chapter.
I wanted to be in Grady's head after this chapter, no, I really wanted to know what he thought in the prologue. Finally in chapter 2 I got an insight and was lost with the words:
"She's the only happy something in my life."
I fell in love with him.
I wanted to hug him.
He is holding back although he loves her deeply, too. It's not because of said trope. He is feeling unworthy for her because of where he is coming from.
....but he was still hoping....the things he made for her because all of the happy something's they shared a long time ago.
Sutton is so perfect for him!
She's there for him, always was, and showed him that he is more than he thought he is.
There is a tiny bit drama for what happened to Grady. No break-off - thank you! Sutton's and Grady's love never wavers as they started their relationship.
I just want to tell you all: read this book!
I can't wait for Keeper now!