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- Print Length: 424 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1516847067
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 18, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B011CF0XOE
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #586,374 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Faith is an interesting character, to the point I found her to be believable and totally adorable. She’s suffered an abusive relationship, one that she finds the strength to leave, setting up the story so that we immediately root for Faith and her continued fight for independence. I, for one, desperately wanted Faith to quit depreciating herself to the point of destruction. She struggles with her self-worth throughout the entire book but I do see subtle changes in her as she gains strength with the help of her “new family”. Obviously, this is only the first part of the series, so I look forward to more growth to come here!
The JackholeS! I still don’t understand why the “S” is capitalized. I think I may have missed something, but it doesn’t even matter. Eileen knows how to develop characters. I want to be friends with this entire group, especially Kill . . . as long as that “friendship” is defined the same way Faith and Kill define it. For me, there’s nothing better than the “exception to the rule” relationship. Kill is the ultimate bad boy, rocker. He’s hot, has a dirty mouth, and all the ladies want him . . . but he just wants Faith. As frustrating as the relationship can get between Faith and Kill, it’s so much fun to read!
There are so many memorable moments, my favorite being much of the clever dialogue woven throughout the story. Jet and his cocky one-liners every time he busted into the bar had me chuckling every time. Kill and Faith’s banter was great. Even some of the sideline drama was intriguing, and again, I’m looking forward for more.
Breaking Faith ends at a cliffhanger but luckily we don’t have to wait too much longer for the next one!!! And we are awarded with a sneak peek into the second book of the series, Surviving Faith. Can’t wait!
Highly recommend to readers of New Adult, Rocker Romances, Contemporary Romances, and Romantic Comedies.
It's emotional, & intense. Joy Eileen really puts you in her main character's head, so that you really feel for Faith. The trauma she goes through is awful, and the book details the struggle she goes through to get back on her feet again.
The romance is all build up to the next book, which I can't wait to read!
And then there's the JackholeS themselves, who are really a lovable bunch of goofballs. They make me want to go see them in concert. If only! And the best friends: Amy, a lovable sugar addict, and Jessie. Oh Jess, I hope she gets her head screwed on straight in the next book!
First, the way Kill spoke to an abuse survivor in the beginning of the story was brutal and bothered the crap out of me. I get he has hang-ups but you don't take it out of someone in that position.
Next, Faith was an over-thinker. It made the book go on way too long. Also making the story go on too long, the numerous day-to-day details. It felt like quite a bit could be cut out and the same impact would have been felt.
This lead to that sinking feeling you get when you get so far in a book that you know there's no possible way everything will get wrapped up, which guarantees there will be a book two. Well, I hit that mark at 77%. Given the book's history of too much information and the fact that we hadn't started to approach any of the major issues, there was no possible way for us to reach the climax of the story and resolve anything.
I'm going to continue the series, assuming this doesn't go past two books.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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