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Beyond Repair by [Lincoln, Kelly]
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Length: 295 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Product Details

  • File Size: 735 KB
  • Print Length: 295 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Kelly Lincoln (October 31, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017FPHG3G
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,506 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My 5 star review of Beyond Repair
I love discovering new to me authors, and Kelly Lincoln is no exception. This is only her sophomore novel- and I was totally wowed by her writer’s voice. She did an excellent job outlining where the story was headed, but I was always second guessing. Now- this story does deal with rape, so there are some triggers and flashbacks included- but I always thought they were written in a way that wasn’t really scary, just truthful and upfront about the whole deal. And while it did take the heroine a while to deal with her demons, it was expected- as it was very traumatic.

Brooke is the heroine, and she has her whole like ahead of her, she is good at what she does in graphic design, and she has the love of a good man, until the good man decides that she isn’t good enough for him anymore and publicly dumps her, and moves on to the next one- Brooke’s ring finger still has the ghost of a white line where her engagement ring sat. And if that wasn’t bad enough- something terrible happens to her to shut her off. And fast forward, now she is a single mother to Mia, with an obsession over hand sanitizer and keeping herself closed off. Until she meets Chris.

Chris is the hero, and I am so in love with this man. He is a great character and has his own unlucky in love story too, that makes him a bit cynical for relationships. He has his reasons and they are totally valid. He does flip houses and remodel a lot, so when he was finished with his last remodel and his friend Kyle called about moving into his old townhome, he jumped at the chance, and the change. And it put him closer to Brooke- who you can’t help but love. He has his nephew, Ryder- who in turn falls for Brooke’s daughter Mia- and a great relationship forms.
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I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

My rating: 4.5

I've never had one story, just about 30 chapters, make me feel so many emotions! I would be swooning over Chris and his gorgeous abs and melting over the emotional relationship building between him and Brooke... then the next thing I know, I'm having an anxiety attack right alongside Brooke, or screaming mad, or just plain bawling my eyes out. This book took me on a roller coaster, much like every day life tends to do. It is such an incredible story of two broken people learning to love again when everything from their past is making them question every decision they are making.

I really enjoyed the organic and emotionally charged relationship between Brooke and Chris - they both enterted the story as broken people and by the end, they found solace in not having to deal with life's hard parts all alone. My heart broke into a million pieces about halfway through, but Kelly Lincoln did a great job of putting all those pieces back together again. I don't want to give anything away, but the story builds to a scary climax, then ends well. Just like all books should, in my personal and biased opinion!

You feel like you really get to know Brooke deep down in this story - who she is, why she is how she is, and I loved her relationship with her sister & brother-in-law. They are so supportive of her, while still pushing her to move on with her life and to get past all the negative weight that's been holding her down for years. Congrats to Kelly Lincoln for writing this book in such a way that we understand Brooke so deeply.

To me, this story was about overcoming fears and expectations.
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“I needed nothing more at that moment than to feel him against me, taking me back to last night when everything was perfect. I put my hand on his arm, letting out an involuntary sigh as I looked at him. God, he was so frigging tall. He leaned down toward me. I stood on my tiptoes… And got the worst cramp in my foot ever. ‘Sh*t!’ I exclaimed as I tripped over into him.” Talk about the worst c*ck block ever and not to mention such an embarrassing moment.

From gaining some grounds to losing more grounds. In Beyond Repair by Kelly Lincoln, a mother takes on many hardship as well as challenges in order to once again find happiness and Peace with herself and others.

Brooke is a single parent who is raising her three-year-old daughter, Mia while living next to her older sister, Zoey and her husband Kyle. Brooke is a graphic designer who has been through a lot. There are times when she has panic attacks, and in order to keep herself calm she uses hand sanitizer. Zoey wants Brooke to get back into the dating game, and tries to hook her up with guys. But Brooke wants no part of it and often denies the guys. Deciding to only focus on Mia and their needs, as well as keeping Mia’s father away from her. But one guy has managed to breach Brooke's barrier and caught her attention, and that is Kyle’s best friend Chris.

Chris works as a construction worker and he helps build houses for charities. He’s also a great uncle who loves his five-year-old nephew, Ryder. Chris has just taken over Kyle and Zoey's old condo next to Brooke’s, and the first time they meet she doesn’t like him. But after talking to him and spending time together, he becomes important to her. Chris quickly feels strong feelings for Brooke and Mia, and hopes to develop into something more.
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