- File Size: 3674 KB
- Print Length: 157 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GT9Y13K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,754 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Break Me Down (The Breaking Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Mabie has knocked another one out of the park with Myra and Abraham. Watching Myra grow into herself is kind of amazing. With the ending of book 1, I wasn't sure where Break Me Down would head, but I'm on pins and needles for the last book. I absolutely love Myra and her innocence.
Abe and his insistence on consent and his heart make my heart explode. He is an understated kind of sexy, and it works so well for this series. In fact, I'd love to read more characters like him because he isn't an entitled prick -- and ya know what? That is hotter than entitlement - be it in fiction or in real life.
Overall, Break Me Down is the perfect center piece for this trilogy!
After the way Break My Fall ended, I had no idea what to expect in book 2, Break me down. All I know is that I was counting the days until I could get more Abe & Myra. This book did not disappoint. Abe tugged at my heart while Myra stole the show. I adored her before, but now I love this freaking woman! She grew exponentially throughout this book.
After being lied to her whole life, she questioned everything including herself and especially Abe... By taking time for herself she gained strength, courage and independence. All the while Abe was realizing just what she meant to him.... Absence does make the heart grow fonder! Their relationship was rocking, unconventional and highly unlikey yet they had this magnetic pull towards each other. I loved their honesty and vulnerability. Abe believe or not was even more swoon worthy. This man wears his heart on his sleeve. His main priority was Myra's happiness, whether they were together or not. I had so many butterflies swarming throughout.
Gahhhh I love just everything about Abe & Myra! Their journey has just begun... I am so excited and nervous to see where Mo will take them in the next book.
I also love how the whole series revolves around faith... "God put me in her life, and her in mine. I'd be forever grateful for it."
Abraham’s feelings are evident. His realizations and determination make him even more beautiful. He’s still the kind and caring man and there are also subtle changes that I took notice of.
Myra’s fear and anxiety of the unknown is heartbreaking. But her growth and coming into her own is wonderful. She’s becoming a different woman than the one originally introduced.
The angst of the unknown had me flipping the pages quickly. The slow build of getting to know one another was perfect. Again there are outside elements that may or may not influence the outcome and roles. The ending left me on edge wondering what will come next and looking forward to Break the Faith coming in December.
With that being said, I am not totally sure where I stand on book 2- I am stuck between a 3 star read and a 4 star read and let me tell you why. I was a little disappointed to see the minimal turn the book took when I was expecting something EPIC with the previous books ending. To me this book took a complete 180 from the first book. This book had more of a feel good, flowers feel like the authors City Limits books which don't get me wrong I enjoy- I just felt like book 1 left me hoping for something a little different.
Outside of all that, I REALLY enjoyed seeing Myra grow although, I can't tell if she is growing into her own or what other people are telling her to do, but its eye opening to watch a character transform before your eye. And Abe, Abe steals the show every time- I'm head over heals for him and will continue in this adventure to see how things turn out for him. Here's to being excited for a little more in the finale of this trilogy.